The pandemic has not greatly influenced the digitalization and robotization already taking place up to 2019, automation and smart working will not mean workers disappear from factories. In the foundry world, the introduction of new automation technologies and artificial intelligence herald a fundamental shift in terms of safety, the lightening of employees’ workloads, the efficiency of the production process and quality control. However, advanced manufacturing requires increasing levels of training, this is the future of blue-collar workers in the fourth industrial revolution.

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  • Nel 2020 la produzione mondiale di getti è calata.

The global production of castings dropped in 2020

5 May 2022|

Although the health emergency caused by the Covid-19 epidemic has had a major impact on all countries, with some very restrictive measures implemented to contain the pandemic and blocks on production, according to the latest [...]

Energy efficiency and efficiency titles

27 March 2022|

The search for sustainability is one of the cornerstones for any company that wishes to adapt to efficiency standards both for the use of raw materials and for energy resources. Current trends reward companies that [...]

People: the heart of projects and innovation

13 March 2022|

The fear that machines may one day replace people within the company runs through the entire history of technological innovation from the very beginning until today. Looking at the past, however, it is clear that [...]

  • Alarm for the exhaustion of stocks of raw materials

Alarm for the exhaustion of stocks of raw materials

11 March 2022|

The invasion of Ukraine has accelerated the rise in the prices of raw materials, gas and electricity that form the backbone of our production system. Now the real risk for foundries is that of soon [...]

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