Laempe Mössner Sinto

Focus on overall efficiency in core-making: lowest costs per core thanks to digitization

Hall 17 Stand B40



As the world's leading supplier of core-making technology, Laempe Mössner Sinto will present its product portfolio at GIFA. Under the motto "Discover the true potential of the modern core shop", the company from Barleben (Saxony-Anhalt) will focus on data transparency, digitization and overall efficiency this year. With state-of-the-art technology in the areas of core production, data analysis and visualization, as well as automatic visual inspection, Laempe Mössner Sinto demonstrates the combination of total core shop efficiency for lowest costs per core at GIFA.

Laempe exhibition stand: The modern core shop in the center

The focus of the almost 600 square meter stand is a large plaza for the presentation of machines. Within the framework of an innovative stand concept with an open and expansive architecture, Laempe Mössner Sinto will be exhibiting several core shooting machines and other equipment. Among the exhibited core shooters will be, for example, an LHL40, which has already been sold to the Jiangsu Wencan foundry in China, where the machine is used for the production of electric motor housings. The exhibit will also introduce a range of innovations to interested GIFA professionals. In addition to the LHL, also smaller core shooting machines will be exhibited on the Laempe area.

Digital Cockpit for the visualization of key figures

The topics of data transparency, visualization and digitization in the core shop are covered by a demonstration on the LHL machine and two special presentation desks. At one of these stations, Laempe Mössner Sinto will present the "Digital Cockpit", which was developed jointly with INACORE and has been in use for more than a year. INACORE, a joint venture between Laempe Mössner Sinto and R. Scheuchl GmbH, has been producing inorganic sand cores under the most modern conditions since the beginning of 2018. The efficiency gain (for example lowest unit costs) through the implementation of a consistent digitization strategy can thus be demonstrated in practice using the example of INACORE – the results and realization will be presented with the "Digital Cockpit" at GIFA. The visualization software can be used to display the most important key figures in the core shop, such as machine parameters, productivity, standstill detection, energy consumption and much more.

Automatic visual inspection as a special competence

Another component in the digitization strategy of Laempe Mössner Sinto is the automatic visual inspection of sand cores and castings for quality assurance. At its second presentation desk, Laempe Mössner Sinto will present the "Disc-Inspector", with which brake discs can be automatically inspected for defects. The robotics area with automation solutions from Laempe Mössner Sinto completes this year's stand at GIFA.

Source: Laempe Mössner Sinto