Ten episodes of arburgXvision

Infotainment at its best!

Ten times already, our ARBURG experts have taken you on a journey through the world of plastics processing and presented you with an exciting mix of informative technical presentations, practical live feeds, and valuable expert discussions. We have put together a review of all ten broadcasts for you in a “best of” roundup. Enjoy!

Exciting mix: Informative and practical
The previous “arburgXvision” episodes gave viewers valuable insights and inspiration. At the premiere in January, ARBURG Managing Directors Gerhard Böhm and Guido Frohnhaus spoke on the topic of 0-ppm production of plastic parts. The shows continued to cover a broad spectrum of topics, from additive manufacturing and the GESTICA control system to Mould Strategy 2.0 and digitally networked injection moulding machines.
Oliver Giesen's technical presentation on increasing the machine utilisation rate was also memorable: like a squirrel, he threw a small nut into a jar for each potential saving, and it added up to a considerable amount. One of the particularly exciting experiences for viewers was a live link to Lossburg, where Andreas Armbruster “brought to life” a turnkey system on an assembly test stand.

arburgXvision: Episode ten
In the latest episode, experts Bertram Stern, Sustainability Manager, and Dr Philipp Kloke, Application and Process Development Engineer, explained important aspects of sustainable and future-proof production.During a link-up with Lossburg, process engineer Felix Beuter presented ARBURG's new recyclate package. Florian Schmitz took viewers high into the sky: the head of Building Technology explained from above the roofs of the ARBURG assembly plant how the company headquarters is supplied with renewable energy

arburgXvision to be continued in 2022
“The ten ‘arburgXvision’ internet TV programmes this year were extremely well received by the community, in some cases even enthusiastically,” sums up Dr Christoph Schumacher, Director Marketing at ARBURG. “With our exciting mix of topics and entertaining combination of informative expert presentations, practical links to our company headquarters in Lossburg, and in-depth panel discussions, we have obviously struck a chord with the audience. We will therefore continue this lighthouse project in 2022.”