The RUBIG Group

Our synergy of technology, innovation and tailor-made service do not only shape metal, but also the future of our industry partners worldwide.

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RUBIG Group at a GLANCE

Die Forge

For 70 years, the RUBIG Die Forge division has been developing innovative solutions together with its customers, from blank parts to ready-to-install machined serial parts. Classics in the assortment are, among other things, linchpins, chain systems and hunting knives.

Industrial Furnaces

RUBIG Industrial Furnaces produces tailor-made heat treatment systems and, with its MICROPULS® technology, stands for premium plasma technology on the heat treatment market.

Heat Treatment

We are a recognized specialist for the heat treatment of steel and aluminum materials and have been working on a wide variety of individual customer solutions for over 40 years.

Coating Center

Do you have components made of metal, ceramics, glass, plastic or textiles and would like to give them the finishing touch with a coating? In our coating center you will be well advised.

Materials Engineering

An enormous wealth of experience is our basis for metal science, material examination and for the general understanding of metallic components. We share our knowledge with you!

RUBIG Elektrokraft

The world of electrical engineering at the highest level, both for private households and for companies.

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METAL COMPETENCE CENTER

At RUBIG, we drive progress through innovation in metal technology. Our products and services are represented in numerous industries worldwide, although they are often invisible, but indispensable. We are shaping the future in areas such as automotive engineering, aviation, wind energy, railway transport and beyond.

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Events

UPCOMING EVENTS

You will find us in Hall 5, Stand 5C56!

Venue: Messe Stuttgart

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Venue: Hinterstoisser Air Base

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Caution! The seminar will only be held in German.

Training objective: In addition to theoretical explanations, the participant is introduced to the world of heat treatment and materials science by means of practical examples and made fit for dealing with heat treatment processes. After this training, the participant knows the advantages and limitations of the individual processes; he knows component-specific selection criteria for technically and economically sensible heat treatments and he knows how this special production technology can be used specifically for component optimization and problem solutions.


Requirements: Basic technical understanding, specialized knowledge of heat treatment is not required


Training content:

  • Introduction to the topic
      • Role of heat treatment Introduction to component production
      • Expectations of heat treatment
      • Aim & purpose, tasks & benefits of heat treatment
      • Media, temperatures, process control
         
  • Basics of the heat treatment of steel
      • Time-temperature sequence during heat treatment
      • Classification of the main heat treatment processes
      • ZTU diagram, Fe/C diagram
      • Transformation processes, martensite formation
      • Strength increase mechanisms
      • Hardening and hardenability, hardenability scatter bands
      • Deep-freezing
      • Tempering
         
  • Annealing of steel
    • Basics and main processes
       
  • Hardening & tempering
    • in a reactive protective gas & in a vacuum furnace
       
  • Thermochemical treatments
    • Case hardening & carbonitriding
      Vacuum carburizing
      Nitriding & nitrocarburizing in gas and plasma
      Heat treatment tests on selected topics
       
  • Hard coating
     
  • Laser hardening and laser deposition welding
     
  • Decision-making aids for designers and manufacturers
    • Summary, evaluation and comparison of the different processes with regard to component properties
      Targeted use of heat treatment for component optimization & problem solving
       
  • Practical examples in the University laboratory
    • Microstructure examples under the light microscope
      Hardness testing, tensile testing, toughness testing


Target group: Basics for designers and manufacturers
 



Participation fee:

Combined offer Module 1 and Module 2: € 2,500
optional module 1 only: € 1.700,-
optional module 2 only: € 1.140,-


Early bird bonus:

Register before June 30, 2024 and benefit from our early booking bonus!
Module 1: € 150 discount
Module 2: € 100,- discount
Combination package: € 200 discount


Graduated discount: The second registered person from your company pays only 90% of the participation fee. The third and each additional registered person pays only 80% of the participation fee!


Registration deadline: September 02, 2024

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Caution! The seminar will only be held in German.

Training objective: In addition to theoretical explanations, the participant is introduced to the world of heat treatment and materials science by means of practical examples and made fit for dealing with heat treatment processes. After this training, the participant knows the advantages and limitations of the individual processes; he knows component-specific selection criteria for technically and economically sensible heat treatments and he knows how this special production technology can be used specifically for component optimization and problem solutions.


Requirements: Basic technical understanding, specialized knowledge of heat treatment is not required


Training content:

  • Brief introduction to materials science
    • Overview of the main material groups
    • Classification and standard designation of steel
       
  • Testing of hardened components
    • The most important standards
    • Hardness testing
    • Microstructure assessment
    • Measurement of residual stresses and retained austenite
       
  • Heat treatment specifications in drawings
    • Basic principles, minimum specifications
    • Examples from practice
       
  • Designing, manufacturing & planning for heat treatment
    • Residual stresses, shape and dimensional changes during heat treatment
    • Reducing the risk of cracking before, during and after heat treatment
    • Measures to reduce distortion
    • Avoiding soft spots in nitrided components
    • Roadmap for the right choice of material and heat treatment
    • The right tolerances
    • The correct application of heat treatment
    • Examples from practice
       
  • Introduction to systematic damage analysis
    • Tasks, objective and basic procedure
    • Things to consider in the run-up to a damage analysis
    • Dealing with damaged parts
    • Reporting
    • Examination methods
    • Mechanical fracture types (forced fracture, fatigue fracture)
    • Effect of notches
    • Fundamentals on the topics of defects and defect prevention
    • Examples from practice

Target group: In-depth training for designers and manufacturers
 



Participation fee:

Combined offer Module 1 and Module 2: € 2,500
optional module 1 only: € 1.700,-
optional module 2 only: € 1.140,-


Early bird bonus:

Register before June 30, 2024 and benefit from our early booking bonus!
Module 1: € 150 discount
Module 2: € 100,- discount
Combination package: € 200 discount


Graduated discount: The second registered person from your company pays only 90% of the participation fee. The third and each additional registered person pays only 80% of the participation fee!


Registration deadline: September 02, 2024

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Venue: Cologne trade fair, entrance east

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Venue: Columbus Convention Center

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Since the founding of RUBIG in 1946, the company has developed from a small die forge into a metal competence center.

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