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Presentation „Development of New Steels for Lightweight Construction“ of the research network „Lightweight Forging“

On the anniversary celebration of the „Research Association for Steel Application“ on 26 June, 2018 in Berlin, the research network „Lightweight Forging“  gave a presentation „[more]


Lightweight Forging III: 480 Project Ideas for Lighter Vehicles – Initial Project Results at the IAA Commercial Vehicles

In the third phase of The Lightweight Forging Initiative, 39 steel manufacturers and forging companies from Europe, Japan and the US came together in 2017 with the aim of uncovering the lightweighting...[more]


Results of the “Lightweight Forging” Research Network Available - Invitation to the Final Presentation

After more than three years of intensive research work, the results of the “Lightweight Forging” Research Network will be presented during a comprehensive closing event on October 11, 2018 in Düsseldorf. ...[more]


New Lightweighting Ideas from a Single Source

The Lightweight Forging Initiative, which launched Phase III in summer 2017 with 39 international partners from Western Europe, the USA and Japan, will present its results from fall 2018.     ...[more]


Hannover Fair 2018 – Forging Companies Represented with Current Industry Trends at the Integrated Lightweight Plaza Forum

Forging companies will come together this year at the Integrated Lightweight Plaza Forum of Hannover Messe in Hall 5 with an exhibition space spanning 20m².             ...[more]


IPEK Presents its Work Results on the Topics of Lightweight Transmissions and Go-To-Market Strategies for New Steel Materials

The Institute for Product Development (IPEK) has been commissioned to work on several subprojects during the third phase of The Lightweight Forging Initiative. The focus is on optimizing and thus reducing the...[more]


Lightweight Forging III: International Lightweight Forging Initiative Meets in Aachen for Hands-On Workshop

42 kg in a passenger car, 99 kg in a light commercial vehicle – following on from these impressive results from the first two phases of The Lightweight Forging Initiative, 39 steel manufacturers and forging...[more]

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