New Production Technologies in Aerospace Industry

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New Production Technologies in
Aerospace Industry
Machining Innovations Conference
September 18
th
2013 from 11:30 a.m.
September 19
th
2013 until 2:30 p.m.
Agenda
Dipl.-Ing. Hans-Joachim Peters
Chairman of the Machining
Innovations Network e. V.
Head of Core Business Unit Part
Production, Premium AEROTEC
GmbH
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Berend Denkena
Member of the Board of the Ma-
chining Innovations Network e.V.,
Head of Institute of Production
Engineering and Machine Tools,
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Dear Sir or Madam,
The aerospace industry is characterized by a high degree of
research intensity and rapid developments. Due to this, aerospace
industry has a high strategic importance in the development of
innovative technologies.
The Institute of Production Engineering and Machine Tools, in
cooperation with the Machining Innovations Network, presents
in 2013 the Machining Innovations Conference „New Production
Technologies in Aerospace Industry“. A total of 26 experts from
industry and science will report on two halfdays in plenary and
technical presentations of the latest innovations and trends. For
the second time the event takes place in conjunction with the
EMO Hannover.
For the first time in the 13 year history of the conference, scienti-
fic presentations will be presented with the latest research results
on the key topics of the conference in an extra session.
We are looking forward to a lively exchange with you.
Berend Denkena
Program Overview
Session 2
Scientific
Presentations
Session 1
Manufacturing
Technology
Session 4
Planning and
Organization
Keynote Speeches
Keynote Speeches
Guided Tour through the Produktionstechnische
Zentrum Hannover
EMO – Guided Tour
Session 3
Machine Tool
Technology
Postersession
September 18th
September 19th
Hans-Joachim Peters
Agenda
The conference will be hold on two half days on September
18th the morning of September 19th, the participants will have
the possibility to visit the EMO 2013 as well. Additionally there
will be a framework program including a guided tour through
the Produktionstechnische Zentrum Hannover, a conference
dinner and guided tours through the EMO 2013.
September 18
th
:
Morning: Guided Tour through Produktionstechnische
Zentrum Hannover with Live -Demonstrations
Afternoon : 1. half day of conference with presentation for
Session 1 und 2
Evening: Conference Dinner
September 19
th
:
Morning: 2. half day of conference with presentation for
Session 3 und 4
Afternoon: EMO-Guided Tours
Seminarprogram September 18
th
Seminarprogram September 18
th
11:30 a.m. Welcome Address. Hans-Joachim Peters, Chairman of the
Machining Innovations Network e.V., Head of Core Business
Unit Part Production, Premium Aerotec GmbH
11:40 a.m. Welcome Address. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Berend Denkena,
Head of Institute, IFW, Leibniz Universität Hannover
9:00 a.m. Welcome Address to Guided Tour of PZH. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Be-
rend Denkena, Member of the Board Machining Innovations
Network e.V., Head of Institute of Production Engineering
and Machine Tools (IFW), Leibniz Universität Hannover
11:50 a.m. Welcome Address. Martin Kapp, Chairman of the Verein
Deutscher Werkzeugmaschinenfabriken e.V.
12:00 a.m. Welcome Address. Olaf Lies, Minster of Economic Affairs
of the state of Lower Saxony, Niedersächsisches Wirt-
schaftsministerium
9:15 a.m. Live presentations in the Machining and Machine Tool
Laboratory
10:15 a.m. Transfer to fairground via shuttle service or own vehicle
Welcoming Speech
Guided Tour through the Produktionstechnische Zentrum Hannover
12:10 p.m. Advanced Materials Science for Metalcutting Tooling for
Aerospace Applications. Bernard North, Vice President
Industrial Technology, Kennametal Inc.
12:40 p.m. Success by Innovation – Challenges for the Supply Chain
of MTU. Dr.-Ing. Rainer Martens, Member of the Board of
Management, COO, MTU Aero Engines AG
1:10 p.m. Lunch Break
Keynote Speeches
Program
EMO Hannover 2013 - International Trade Fair of
Metalworking
From September 16th to 21st 2013, international manufactures of
production technology present „Intelligence in Production“ at the
EMO Hannover 2013.
The world‘s leading trade fair for metalworking shows the full
spectrum of modern metal processing, which is the heart of each
industrial production.
The latest machines, plus efficient technical solutions, product sup-
port services, sustainability in production and more are presented.
The focus of the EMO Hannover is on metal cutting and forming
machine tools, manufacturing systems, precision tools, automated
material flows, computer technology, industrial electronics and
accessories. The visitors come from all major industrial sectors, such
as machinery and equipment, automotive industry and its suppliers,
aviation and space technology, precision mechanics and optics,
shipbuilding, medical engineering, tool and mold construction,
steelwork and lightweight construction. EMO Hannover is the most
important international meeting place for
the world‘s manufacturing technologies.
It positions itself as the world‘s leading
trade fair for metalworking including being
an innovation and trend forum for the
industry. This, of course, shows first and fo-
remost in the products of the exhibitors, but also in the high-profile
concomitant events.
Thus the conference “New Production Technologies in Aerospace
Industry” organized by the IFW Hannover is taking place there for
the second time. Suitable for the motto of the EMO „Intelligence
in Production“ the VDMA organizes the congress „More Intelli-
gent Production“. In the context of the EMO the market of India
is focused particularly. 2 000 exhibitors are expected for the EMO
Hannover 2013. 60 percent do not come from Germany, but from
39 countries around the world. The last fair trade in 2011 was visi-
ted by approximately 140 000 visitors from over 100 countries.
Room 3A
Room 3A
Seminarprogram 22nd of September
Session 2:
Scientific Presentations
2:00 p.m. High Performance Turning of High Temperature Alloys on
Multi-Tasking Machine Tools. Prof. Dr. Erhan Budak, Head of
Institute, Sabanci University, Turkey
2:15 p.m. Impact of Clamping Technology on Horizontal and Vertical
Process Chain Performance. Roman Kalocsay, Head of
Clamping Technologies, Fraunhofer Institute for Production
Technology IPT
2:30 p.m. Simulation of the NC Milling Process for the Prediction
and Prevention of Chatter. PD. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Zabel, Chief
Engineer, Institute of Machining Technology, TU Dortmund
2:45 p.m. Improved Quality of Drilled Holes in Laminated Carbon Fiber
Reinforced Plastics via Laser-Preprocessing.
Frank Schneider, Research Engineer, FBK - Institute for Ma-
nufacturing Technology and Production Systems, University
of Kaiserslautern
3:00 p.m. Coffee Break
3:30 p.m. Flexible Production of Small Lot Sizes by Incremental Sheet
Metal Forming with Two Moving Tools. Christian Magnus,
Team Leader Production Automation, Chair of Production
Systems, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
3:45 p.m. Dedicated Machine Tool Development for Blisk Milling. Dr.-
Ing. Bernhard Bringmann, Head of Engineering, Starrag AG
4:00 p.m. Surface Characterization of Components Subjected to Deep
Rolling for Cyclic Loading Applications. Prof. Dr. Alexandre
M. Abrao, Head of Institute, Universidade Federal de Minas
Gerais, Brasil
4:15 p.m. Small-Scaled Modular Design for Aircraft Wings.
Aaron Bentlage, Research Engineer, IPH - Institute of Integ-
rated Production Hannover gGmbH
Session 1:
Manufacturing Technology
2:00 p.m. Introductory Speech: High Efficient Materials and Techno-
logies to meet Upcoming Challenges in Aeronautic Industry.
Dr.-Ing. Hubertus Lohner, Airframe Architecture and Integ-
ration - Materials & Processes, AIRBUS Operations GmbH
2:20 p.m. “MONOZUKURI“ Technologies in Aircraft Engine Manufac-
turing. Yuji Matsuzaki, Senior Manager - Production Engi-
neering Department, Gasturbine Division, Kawasaki Heavy
Industries, Ltd., Japan
2:40 p.m. One Up Dry Drilling of Composites / -Titan, -Aluminium
Hybrid Stacked Materials. Dr.-Ing. Peter Müller-Hummel,
Head of BU Aerospace & Composites, MAPAL Dr. Kress KG
3:00 p.m. Coffee Break
3:30 p.m. From Innovations to new Standards in Tool Holding.
Andreas Haimer, Director - Member of Executive Board,
Haimer GmbH
3:50 p.m. Low Damage Drilling of CFRP/Titanium Compound Materi-
als for Riveting. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ekkard Brinksmeier,
Head of Institute, Stiftung Institut für Werkstofftechnik IWT,
University of Bremen
4:10 p.m. Drilling Advanced Aircraft Structures with PCD Drills. Jere-
my Bunting, General Manager, Precorp Deutschland GmbH
Seminarprogram September 18
th
Seminarprogram September 18
th
4:40 p.m. Short presentations of the postersession about Production
Technology
5:30 p.m. End of first conference day
4:40 p.m. Short presentations of the postersession about Machine
Tool Technology and Planning and Organization
5.30 p.m. End of first conference day
7:00 p.m. Conference Dinner at Castle Königsworth 7:30 p.m. Dinner Speech: Challenges of Modern Space Travel.
Bart Reijnen, Vice President, Orbital Systems & Space
Exploration, Astrium Space Transportation, EADS Astri-
um Bremen
Evening Program
Room 3A Room 3B
Seminarprogram September 19
th
9:30 a.m. Welcome Address. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Berend Denkena, Head
of Institute of Produktion Engineering and Machine Tools
(IFW), Leibniz Universität Hannover
Afterwards: Guided Tour of EMO 2013
Meeting Point: Foyer of the Convention Center
9:40 a.m. Cost Efficient Manufacturing Technologies for the Ramp-
Up of A350XWB and for Future Aircraft.
Michael Colberg, Member of the Executive Board, COO,
Premium AEROTEC GmbH
Seminarprogram September 19
th
2:00 p.m. End of Conference
10:10 a.m. Dialogue – Production systems for Aerospace Industry.
Dr.-Ing. Gerald Weber, CEO, MAG Europe
10:40 a.m. Coffee Break
Keynote Speeches
Welcoming Speech
Session 4:
Planning and Organization
11:00 a.m. Introductory Speech: Cost Efficient Production of High
Mix, Low Volume, High-Tech Milling Parts. Marc Evers, CTO,
KMWE
11:20 a.m. Challenges for Medium Sized Suppliers of the Aerospace
Industry. Joachim Schardt, Business Development - Techno-
logy, Aircraft Philipp Übersee GmbH & Co. KG
11:40 a.m. Virtual to Physical - Integrated PLM Process, from Idea to
Product. Werner Karp, CEO, JANUS Engineering AG / Ralf
Stetter, Managing Director, A+B Solutions
12:00 p.m. Lunch Break
1:00 p.m. Value of an Integrated Part Manufacturing Solution for
Aerospace. Armin Grünewald, Senior Director Part Manufac-
turing Solutions, Siemens Industry Software GmbH & Co. KG
1:20 p.m. Energy Efficient Configuration of Machine Tools by Means
of Automatically Captured Empirical Data. Dr.-Ing. Heiko
Noske, Managing Director, ProWerk GmbH / Karl Doreth,
Research Engineer, Institute of Production Engineering and
Machine Tools, Leibniz Universität Hannover
1:40 p.m. Optimized NC Programs by Using Physics-Based Simulation
for Efficient Metal Cutting Processes. Dr.-Ing. Claus Itter-
heim, CEO, ISBE GmbH
Session 3:
Machine Tool Technology
11:00 a.m. Introductory Speech: Machine Design for Titanium Appli-
cations. Mr. Shin-Ichi Inoue, Deputy Executive Research &
Development, Makino Milling Machine Co., Ltd., Japan
11:20 a.m. User Driven Product Development.
Werner Kirsten, Technolgy Development, Gebr. Heller Ma-
schinenfabrik GmbH
11:40 a.m. Process Monitoring in Small Batch- and Single Item Produc-
tion. Hans-Georg Conrady, Managing Director, ARTIS GmbH
12:00 p.m. Lunch Break
1:00 p.m. Innovative Grinding and Combination Centers - Complete
Machining of Landing Components. Gerhard Krautmann,
Managing Director, Donautec GmbH & Co. KG
1:20 p.m. Additive Manufacturing or what means: Print me a Jet
Engine? Udo Behrendt, Business Development Manager
Aerospace, EOS GmbH
1:40 p.m. Design and Operation of Energy-Efficient Machine Tools.
Lars Hülsemeyer, Research Engineer, Institute of Production
Engineering and Machine Tools,
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Room 3A
Room 3A
Room 3A Room 3B
Postersession
Postersession
Short Presentations about
Production Technology
September 18th in Room 3A
Scientific Presentations in Aerospace Industry
Due to increasing production requirements in aerospace industry,
there is a high need for scientific solutions. During the conference
a special session about the latest trends in science is offered.
During Session 2 presentations of eight research projects will be
presented to the audience at September 18
th
. Additionally results
of further 20 articles will be shown in a poster exhibition. The
exhibition will be supported by short presentations at the end of the
first conference day. In Room 3A of the Convention Center on the
Fairground Hannover papers about “Production Technology” will be
presented and parallel to that in room 3B papers about “Machine
Tool Technology” and “Planning and Organization”.
4:40 p.m. New Technology for High Speed Cutting of Titanium
Alloys. Abele, E., Hölscher, R.
4:45 p.m. Cutting of Lightweigth Construction Materials by
means of Surface Modified Tools. Barthelmä, F.
4:50 p.m. Influence of 5-Axis-Kinematics Geometrical Accu-
racy in Riblet Manufacturing Processes. Denkena, B.,
Köhler, J., Krawczyk, T.
4:55 p.m. Process Forces and Stability Prediction of End Mills
with Unequal Helix Angles. Grabowski, R., Denkena, B.,
Köhler, J.
5:05 p.m. High Rate Production of Laminar Wing Covers with
Modular „Shoe Box“ Tooling. Kleineberg, M., Grote, M.
5:10 p.m. Analysis of Methods for Increasing Accuracy of In-
dustrial Robots during Machining Processes of CFRP.
Kothe, S., Freising, M., Rott, M., Susemihil, H., Hintze, W.
5:15 p.m. Production of Customized Hybrid Fiber-Reinforced
Thermoplastic Composite Components using Laser-
Assisted Tape Placement. Brecher, C., Emonts, M.,
Stimpfl, J.
5:20 p.m. Efficient Production of CFRP Lightweight Structures
on the Basis of Manufacturing Considerations at an
Early Design. Denkena, B., Horst, P., Schmidt, C., Behr,
M., Krieglsteiner, J.
5:25 p.m. Influence of Fiber Cutting Direction on Workpiece
Temperature in CFRP-Drilling. Hintze, W., Schütte, C.,
Steinbach, S.
4:40 p.m. Increase of Process Stability with Innovative Spindle
Drives. Bickel, W., Litwinski, M., Denkena, B.
4:45 p.m. Special Tool Holders Reduce Manufacturing Costs.
Zierer, U.
4:50 p.m. Machine Tool Thermal Errors Reduction for Aerospace
Parts 5-Axis Machining. Jedrzejwski, J., Kwasny, W.
4:55 p.m. Towards a CAx-Framework for Adaptive Programming
using Genetic-Process-Blocks for Manufacturing.
Spöcker, G., Bobek, T., Klocke, F.
5:00 p.m. Traditional Ethernet as Effective Bus for HSM Process
Monitoring in Aerospace Industry. Szulewski, P.
5:05 p.m. Fuel Efficient Aviation by using Process Monitoring
and Documentation Technologies. Brinkhaus, J., Eck-
stein, M., Imiela, J.
5:10 p.m. Capacity Planning and Coordination with Fuzzy Load
Information. Eickemeyer, S.C., Schäfer, S., Steinkamp,
S., Schuster, B., Nyhuis, P.
5:15 p.m. Recycling of Aluminum Chips by hot Extrusion. Haase,
M., Jäger, A., Tekkaya, A.E.
5:25 p.m. Simulation of Residual Stress Related Part Distortion.
Denkena, B., Dreier, S.
Short Presentations about Machine Tool
Technology and Planning and Organization
September 18th in Room 3B
Conference Dinner at the first conference day
On the evening
of September 18
th

we invite you to
a conference din-
ner at the castle
Königsworth in
downtown Han-
nover. In the spe-
cial atmosphere
of an old beer
brewing cellar you will have the chance to get in touch with other
conference participants. We are looking forward to lively discussions
before and after dinner in an appealing and historical atmosphere
sitting between the old and impressive copper tanks.
Burg Königsworth
Königsworther Straße 27
30167 Hannover
Guided Tour through Produktionstechnische Zentrum
Hannover in behalf of the conference
At the beginning of the conference we would like to introduce
ourselves. During a guided tour of the Institute of Production En-
gineering and Machine Tools (IFW) we will present actual projects
to you. After a welcome address we are going to visit the IFW
laboratory where current projects will be exhibited in combination
with live shows of the experimental methods. The IFW is a leading
expert for tailored surfaces for frction reduction, cutting edge
preparation for an increase of tool life time, adaptive clamping for
large structural parts, sensible machine tools as well as machining
simulations.
We will have arranged a shuttle service from the IFW to the fair-
ground Hannover. Please register for this service in advance via
e-mail (dengler@ifw.uni-hannover.de).
Produktionstechnisches Zentrum Hannover
An der Universität 2
30823 Garbsen
Guided Tour of EMO 2013 after the
conference
After the presentations on the secound day we invite you to a
guided tour at the EMO 2013 fair ground for the rest of the day.
Special guides are
going to present
the important
stands according
to the conference
issues.
The presented
innovations and
trends will be
shown to you
directly at the stands. Additionally we will show innovations in
“Machining Technology”, “Machine Tool Technology” and “Plan-
ning and Organization” in aerospace industry during the tour,
which could not be presented in the conference before. You will
have the chance to get directly in contact with the producers and
discuss the exhibited topics.
Please register for the tour in advance via e-mail.
Fotos: Fischer (3), Sliwoni9k, (1), Burg Königsworth (1)
Location

Convention Center (CC)
on the Exhibition Ground Hannover,
Conference Room 3A and 3B.
Overview
Fairground
Hannover
Foyer
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Room Plan Convention Center
Participation
The number of participants is limited. The participation fee includes
conference documents, two lunches, one dinner, coffee and soft
drinks during the breaks and a shuttle service between the PZH and
the conference venue. All presentations will be translated
simultaneously into English and German.
The certificate of participation and invoice will be sent to you after
receiving your registration. If you cancel your registration by July
31
st
2013, we will refund the participation fee deducting an admi-
nistrative charge of 50 €. Otherwise, the participation fee must be
paid in full.
For further information about the conference and hotel reservations
please visit the website of the Machining Innovations Network e.V.
www.machining-network.com/conference
Conference Venue
Convention Center (CC) on the Exhibition Ground Hannover.
Host
The conference is hosted by the Machining Innovations Network
e.V. in cooperation with the Institute of Production Engineering
and Machine Tools of Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany.
Dipl.-Ing. Hans-Joachim Peters
Chairman of the Machining Innovations Network e.V.,
Head of Core Business Unit Part Production, Premium
AEROTEC GmbH
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Berend Denkena
Board Member of Machining Innovations Network e. V.,
Head of Institute of Production Engineering and Machine Tools
of Leibniz Universität Hannover,
Hannover Centre for Production Technology (PZH)

Contact
Wirt.-Ing. (FH) Barbara Dengler
Institut für Fertigungstechnik
und Werkzeugmaschinen
Tel.: +49 511 762 18003
Fax: +49 511 762 5115
E-Mail: dengler@ifw.uni-
hannover.de
Dipl.-Kfm. Oliver Bub
Machining Innovations
Network e. V.
Tel.: +49 4451 91845 300
Fax.: +49 551 49601 49
E-Mail.: info@machining-
network.com
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Company/Institute
Address ZIP Code, Residence
Phone Fax
E-Mail
If you wish to register further participants, please make copies and send the information separately. The
above-mentioned data will be included in the list of participants, which will be handed over to each conferee.
Place, Date Signature
Registration
Fax +49 511 762 5115
I hereby acknowledge my participation in
the conference “NEW PRODUCTION TECH-
NOLOGIES IN THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY” on
September 18
th
and 19
th
2013 in Hannover,
Germany. Please send me a certificate of
participation (please mark with a cross where
applicable).
550 € per person
(participation on September18
th
and
19
th
2013)
450 € for members of the Machining
Innovations Network e.V.
(participation on September 18
th
and
19
th
2013)
350 € per person
(participation on September 18
th
2013)
350 € per person
(participation on September 19
th
2013)
September 18
th
and
19
th
2013 in Hannover
at the EMO