International Machining Technology Summit of the Aerospace Industry


Nov 18, 2013 (4 years and 7 months ago)


Organized and sponsored by:
International Machining Technology
Summit of the Aerospace Industry

April 21 – 23, 2013

Titanium – Trends and Technologies

Dear Experts,
We are pleased to invite you to attend the
International Machining
nology Summit of the Aerospace Industry.
Titanium experts,
engineers and scientists from the global aerospace industry will discuss
future titanium developments and display the latest achievements and
applications of titanium machining and technologies.
Please register online via:
For more information please contact:

Blaser Swisslube AG
Ms. Joana Cattilaz

Phone: +41 34 460 02 79



Blaser Swisslube AG (headquarters),
Hasle-Rüegsau, Switzerland
Sunday, April 21, 2013 Event: Enjoy the Beauty of Switzerland

Monday, April 22, 2013 Summit Part 1

Tuesday, April 23, 2013 Summit Part 2
Places at the summit are limited and assigned on a „first come“ basis.
register before
February 23, 2013
. Registrations after that date may not be
After registering we will contact you with the details of the event.

Registration fee
The registration fee of
950.— CHF
per attendee includes the participation
the summit, accommodation (three overnight stays), the social event and the
catering during the summit.

Prof. Dragos Axinte, PhD, CEng, FIMechE, FCIRP

Chair in Manufacturing Engineering,

Rolls-Royce, UTC in Manufacturing Technology (United Kingdom)

«Evaluation of cutting fluid performance when machining Ni-based super alloys:

methodology and efficiency»
Christian Décaillet – VSMPO (Russia)

Sales & Business Development Manager

«Titanium machining, a challenge to face»
Dr.-Ing. Jan-Hendrick Dege – Premium Aerotec GmbH, an EADS company (Germany)
Head of Technology
«Productive machining of titanium structural parts for the aircraft industry»
Bruno Gardes – Sandvik Coromant (France)

Director Aerospace Division Europe, European Aerospace Technology Center

«Challenging the manufacturing processes related to the material changes

within aerospace»
Dr. Clive Hickman – MTC Manufacturing Technology Center (United Kingdom)
Chief Executive
«The future for titanium part production»
Brian K. Hovik – Boeing (USA)
Boeing Research & Technology Machining & Finishing Technologies Group

«The challenge of machining titanium from the production and finishing perspective»

Rüdiger Schwarz – Eurocopter (Germany)
Senior Manager Components, Product & Sites Services
«Titanium machining at Eurocopter»
Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt. Ing. Alexander Krämer
«Innovative lubricoolant strategies for machining of turbine materials»
Experts Team from
RWTH Aachen University (Germany)

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr.-Ing. E. h. Dr.
h. c. Dr. h. c. Fritz Klocke; Dipl.-Ing. Dieter Lung;

Dr.-Ing. Klaus Gerschwiler; Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt. Ing. Alexander Krämer
Markus Kühni – Blaser Swisslube AG (Switzerland)

Head of Global Customer Service

«Reduced coolant drag-out saves costs and makes titanium chip recycling easier»
Max Zuber – Blaser Swisslube AG (Switzerland)
Industry Partnership Manager

«The best machining strategy and the best tools are not enough»
Blaser Swisslube AG
5 Hasle-Rüegsau

Tel. +41 (0)34 460 01 01

Fax +41 (0)34 460 01

Introduction of the hosts
Trading company Abamet was established in 1989 with the purpose of
bringing advanced machinery into Russia. Our mission is to change life
for the better by introducing modern technologies, providing the best
in class services, transmitting know-how, enhancing local production

and business culture.
Blaser Swisslube
Blaser Swisslube AG is a globally active company in the metalworking
fluids sector.
Founded in 1936 as a small local business, this Swiss family-
owned company is now an international player with 500 employees
worldwide. Blaser Swisslube specializes in the development, production
and marketing of high quality metalworking fluids. Their customers
worldwide manufacture products ranging from tiny parts in the watch-
making industry to
enormous components in the aerospace industry.
VSMPO-AVISMA Corporation is the world’s largest manufacturer of
titanium products
and a key supplier of the aerospace market for both
airframe and engine applications, maintaining strong partnerships with
Boeing and Airbus especially.

The Russian market represents around 30% of the VSMPO sales and the
export business is made through a fully integrated sales & distribution
organization, operating under the name of Tirus, with offices in USA,
Germany, United Kingdom, China and Switzerland.