With 4 world premieres and many other technological innovations DMG MORI introduces to you the highlights in the first six months of 2015. Experience all trend setting developments and highlights from DMG MORI in 6 topic sections.
In July 2012, DMG MORI opened a 200,000-square-foot factory on a 14.5-acre site in Davis, California. This state-of-the-art, $50-million manufacturing facility now produces high-quality machines to help meet rising market demands in North America and keep costs down for domestic customers.
CELOS from DMG MORI – from the idea to the finished product. CELOS APPs allow the user consistent management, documentation and visualisation of order, process and machine data. CELOS combines workshop and higher level company structures and thereby creates the basis for a consistently digitalised, paperless production. CELOS is compatible with pps- and erp-systems and can be linked to CAD / CAM applications. CELOS is open for future-oriented CELOS APP extensions.
Even before the U.S. manufacturing facility, DMG MORI had established a strong presence in the Davis area. The company's Digital Technology Laboratory (DTL) is a sprawling R&D center where a team of more than 60 design, engineering and software experts work in concert with customers and peripheral equipment companies to develop groundbreaking machining technologies and software.
On May 02, 2015 the 6 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps took place. The Porsche Team was looking forward to having its first three-car line-up, as it has entered a third 919 Hybrid prototype.
Following Porsche 919 Hybrid’s maiden win at the 2014 season’s final race in Brazil more podium finishes are the aim for the future of the Porsche 919 Hybrid in the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). The Porsche team started the season 2015 with the presentation of the new Porsche 919 hybrid.