Meet M.TEC from May 14-15 at the symposium „fuse box meets dryer - Plastics in E&E applications“ in Veitshöchheim near Würzburg

Meet M.TEC from May 14-15 at the symposium „fuse box meets dryer - Plastics in E&E applications“ in Veitshöchheim near Würzburg

Together for a sustainable future.

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M.TEC stands for innovation, sustainability and the development of technically durable, environmentally friendly products. The plastics engineering expertise was the basis of the start-up idea. M.TEC has continuously expanded and has been developing excellent solutions for renowned customers in the automotive and electrical appliance sectors for more than 30 years. Both markets are confronted with the central sustainability issues and deal with:  

  • Use of sustainable materials such as recyclates
  • Availability of resources 
  • Circular Economy
  • Reduction of Carbon Footprint
  • Optimisation of sustainable product processes 

M.TEC uses a specially developed AI-integrated engineering method to realize economical and sustainable products that help to master the fluctuating material properties of recyclates. The use of the simulation-based method results in significant benefits. You can find out more about this on May 14th in Veitshöchheim close to Würzburg in the exciting speech on "AI-based design of components made from recycled material" presented by Ulf Seefeldt, Business Development Manager, M.TEC ENGINEERING (LinkedIn-Profil). 

When: Tuesday, May 14, 2024 at 3 pm

Where:    Mainfrankensäle, Mainlände 1, 97209 Veitshöchheim/Würzburg

Topic: „AI-based design of components made from recycled material“

  • Changing development principles for sustainable products
  • Challenges with technical components and recyclate
  • Warpage optimization of a structural component with recycled content

The 17th E&E Conference "fuse box meets dryer – Plastics in E&E applications" is a popular industry get-together and is the only specialist conference that establishes a link between the household appliances sector and the electrical and automotive industries. Current trends and challenges from the world of the plastics industry include sustainability and carbon footprint in the E&E sector as well as material requirements with regard to digitalization, processing technology and e-mobility.

Further information on the SKZ event, the program and the accompanying exhibition can be found here.

Join us and learn more about how you can integrate sustainability aspects into your projects and save resources with AI-based design when using recycled materials

Do you have questions about the engineering method or are you looking for technical solutions for products and processes? 
Feel free to contact us via phone +49 2407 9573-7361 or by E-Mail


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