531,662 active members*
3,633 visitors online*
Register for free
Login Register

Seven world premieres at the open house Pfronten

DMG MORI open house at DECKEL MAHO Pfronten, 18 - 22 February 2014

Bielefeld/Pfronten. At its traditional open house event in the DECKEL MAHO factory in Pfronten, Germany, DMG MORI starts into the new year presenting CELOS, the Corporate Design and 66 machines in operation – seven of them world premieres. Additionally, visitors can inform themselves in four technology seminars about the current developments and trends in the topics LifeCycle Services, Die & Mold, Aerospace and Automation.

For the open house event in the DECKEL MAHO factory in Pfronten from February 18 to 22, DMG MORI expects more than 6,000 trade visitors from all over the world.
A crowd puller will be the seven world premieres and the new Corporate Design with CELOS – from the idea to the finished product.

CELOS offers a common interface for all new high-tech machines from DMG MORI. CELOS APPs provide the user with integrated and digitised management, documentation and visualisation of order, process and machine data. International visitors to the event can also experience the new Corporate Design on 18 machines: the new long life surfaces provide a higher scratch resistance and better protection against damages.

A total of 24 world premieres will be presented in 2014 – seven of them will be exhibited during the open house event in Pfronten. Among them the CTX beta 800 TC, the two new models DMC 850 V and DMC 1150 V to complement the DMC V series, the DMC 80 FD duoBLOCK® and the DMC 80 H duoBLOCK® – two additional machines of the fourth generation of duoBLOCK® machines –, the DMU 270 P as well as the DMU 70 ecoline.

The LASERTEC 65 AdditiveManufacturing, which premiered at EUROMOLD 2013, will be among the highlights in Pfronten. Here, DMG MORI is showcasing demanding milling processes as well as additive manufacturing in one setup. On the one hand, the unique combination of laser metal deposition via powder nozzle and milling accelerates the process. Complete workpieces can be generated up to 20-times faster as compared to the powder bed process. On the other hand, unique machining operations are possible – for instance the realisation of geometric features with negative angles. Thanks to these characteristics, additive manufacturing opens up new perspectives in the machining of large workpieces as required by the aerospace or other industries.

This year’s Open House Pfronten focuses on new technologies in die & mould, high-speed-cutting and aerospace applications, which will be complemented by seminar series tailored to visitors’ interests. Other highlights include XXL-Machining and DMG MORI Automation which will be presented in dedicated areas at the
DECKEL MAHO factory. Moreover, DMG MORI will focus on LifeCycle Services, an area gaining more and more importance in the light of the company’s steady global growth.





DMG MORI Open House at DECKEL MAHO Pfronten, Germany

18 – 22 February 2014


Opening times:

9 am - 5 pm




Deckel Maho Straße 1

87459 Pfronten


Ph: +49 (0) 83 63 / 89-0

Fax: +49 (0) 83 63 / 89-222

Responsible for the content of this press release: DMG MORI Global Marketing GmbH


DMG MORI Global Marketing GmbH
80807 München
+49 (0) 89 / 24 88 359 00
+49 (0) 89 / 24 88 359 02

Route planner

Route planner