Tubular structures without welding

Tubular structures are becoming increasingly present in different industries, partly due to the slight lowering of the price of metals, but mainly due to the reduction in the costs associated with manufacturing (mainly due to the emergence of new and cheaper manufacturing machinery). Today many more companies have laser and plasma machines capable of cutting tubes (as well as sheet metal) than before.

The Internet of Things, moving towards the full monitoring of machines

The Internet of Things (IoT) will transform companies, corporations, opening a new era of economic growth and competitiveness. In the not too distant future, the interchange of people, data and intelligent machines will have a far-reaching impact on the productivity and efficiency of the industry.

Implementation of changes and innovation processes in globally connected companies

The metal industry finds itself immersed in a phase of transformation. Digital technologies are at the epicenter of this change, allowing companies to connect their factories throughout the world. Although this brings clear benefits with it such as improvements in communications and greater efficiency in processes, it must also be said that this will not happen overnight. It will have to be taken into account that the application of these recent innovations to a global and multicultural team will require new and refreshed processes that adapt well to other cultures.