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Engineering | innovation | Innovation to go? Every year thousands of people visit our test tower for elevators in Rottweil, North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany. Now visitors can get their hands on a miniature version of our tower. The new souvenir is not only nice to look at: it bears a lot of innovative 3D-print technology in its' 127,94 millimeters and 15 grams made of thermoplastic.
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Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | Engineering | innovation | From the first on-site visit at home to the installation of a stairlift, it often takes over two months – at least in the past. With HoloLinc we simplify the process considerably. And not only help our engineers, but above all our end customers, for they can see their proposed lift even before it is installed in the stairwell – thanks to Mixed Reality technology.
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Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | Smart factory | All over the world, our colleagues at thyssenkrupp are working to safeguard the future of our company by making it more flexible, more efficient and more high-performance. In our new strategy #newtk, we are putting performance center stage. For example, when ambitious female engineers like Qingyan Wu put their all into significantly reducing the scrap rate in our Chinese forging shop in Changzhou – and helping our tools find more “quality time.”
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Engineering | Smart factory | trends of technology | All over the world, our colleagues at thyssenkrupp are working to safeguard the future of our company by making it more flexible, more efficient, and more high-performance. In our new #newtk strategy, we are putting performance center stage – and innovate our business with smart ideas. One of them: using artificial neural networks to determine the quality of ball screws much more precisely than before.
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Automotive-sector | Engineering | innovation | trends of technology | For many years, high-tech wheels made of the ultra-lightweight carbon material were reserved exclusively for racing professionals. A start-up team at thyssenkrupp has finally made the dream of private motorbike fans come true: carbon wheels approved for road use. It is the story of a unique product that has now returned to the site of its first challenge – the Snaefell Mountain Course on the infamous Isle of Man.
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Automotive-sector | Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | All over the world, our colleagues at thyssenkrupp are working to safeguard the future of our company by making it more flexible, more efficient, and more high-performance. In our new #newtk strategy, we are putting performance center stage – just like our colleague Chenchen Zhang. At our Chinese location in Changzhou, he and his team have managed to optimize a crucial quality process in the area of steering support in such a way that it can be completed five times faster than before, which has enabled the team to meet the rapidly increasing customer demands.