Vollmer's VDays event is back

The Vollmer Industry Days is a three-day event scheduled for April 18-20.  The first two days the program will be presented in English. On, April 20, the program will be in German.

Vollmer’s third edition of VDays, and its theme is Back Again - As Sharp As Ever Before, features technology presentations, product demonstrations, company tours and networking opportunities with industry experts.
 Held at Vollmer’s facility in Biberach, the company says that visitors will be exposed to extensive knowledge for sustainable and efficient sharpening of rotary tools and circular saws. “Whether you are a tool manufacturer, sharpening service or sawmill, we have the right grinding, eroding and laser processing ideas for your business, the company says.
Register - the earlier the better: The number of participants is limited to 200 participants/day. 

Some of the equipment that will on display, includes:

  • VLaser 370 - With patented kinematics: Laser technology redefined.
  • VGrind-Reihe - The doubly efficient one: Thanks to double spindle.
  • VHybrid 260 - Grinding or EDM: If you want both, you can have both.
  • CS 860 & CSF 860 - The perfect grind with maximum flexibility: For tooth face, tooth top and the flank.

In addition, the event will also have technical partners at the event as well as experts from the world of academia. Technical partners include Gerling Automation, Haimer, Loroch, Num, Oelheld, Ultra Tec, Zoller and others.

For more information, visit Voller’s VDays website.


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