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The first brand appearance of Zuse Hüller Hille at this year’s EMO was a full success. On 250 square metres, we presented our new corporate identity, our new brand appearance and, as a highlight, our horizontal machining centre NBH 800 5X. A lot of our visitors, roughly half of which were from outside of Germany, showed great interest not just in the NBH 800 5X, but also in other products like the NBV 700 or the MASTURN Line. For the first time, we also employed 3D screens to interactively present products and future developments. If you couldn’t make it, you can see some of the highlights in our picture gallery.

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At this year’s EMO, our first exhibition as Zuse Hüller Hille, we had many interesting discussions about the aerospace sector. Aircraft components are subject to extreme internal and external forces. Because of this, they are typically made of durable, highly resistant materials like titanium and titanium alloy. Aerospace machining is therefore mostly characterized by tight tolerances and hard-to-machine metals. Also challenging are the typical forms like turbines, turbine blades and aero-structural components determining the form of an aircraft.

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When machining turns fully autonomous, production possibilities multiply – from batch size 1 to fully autonomous volume production.

At the EMO this year, we had many interesting discussions about the potential and possibilities of autonomous machining. We at Zuse Hüller Hille believe that the individualization of our world entails the need to specialize production processes in just the same way. This is why we focus our R&D efforts strongly on autonomous machining, advancing the transformation towards a production that follows the product, and not vice versa.

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Eine hochdynamische deutsche Geschichte

In landschaftlich schöner Lage, an einem Berghang am Neckar bei Mosbach, liegt die Maschinenfabrik Diedesheim. Hier werden schon seit 1947 Werkzeugmaschinen hergestellt und in die ganze Welt vertrieben, seit 1994 speziell unter dem Markennamen „Hüller Hille“. Aber was hat es mit der Geschichte der international renommierten Qualitätsmarke für Hochpräzisions-Fertigung auf sich, und wofür steht der Name „Hüller Hille“?

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We celebrate the Zuse Hüller Hille Kick-Off-Days from June 28th to 30th 2017. And we have two grand reasons for celebration: first, our 70-year anniversary of a long-established, premium quality machine tool brand that originated in 1923 with engineer Dr. Karl Hüller in Ludwigsburg, and which has navigated through German history ever since then from the second world war up to the 1970’s oil crisis, to finally arrive at an unlikely handshake with the start-up called Zuse Automation.

Firmly planted on proven quality, driven by a new vision of shaping  products, Zuse Hüller Hille high-precision machine tools starts into the next 70 years to form the future we live in, from electric mobility up to smart medical technology and the discovery of open space. Zuse Hüller Hille gets it started, no ifs and buts. Follow all event highlights on this blog!

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