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Virtual Manufacturing Day

24. November @ 09:00 - 17:00 CET


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This event is for manufacturers and innovators from the automotive and medical industry as well as all those who want to be up-to-date in terms of industrial automation and direct part marking. An exclusive range of exhibitors will share all the latest information about innovations in laser marking, automation robotics, vision technology and materials. Learn more about the importance of traceability in manufacturing and product application as well as about current developments in automation engineering by means of code reading and vision systems.


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Constant development of the medical technology brings a few challenges for the manufacturers of medical products. Zeltwanger Automation offers intelligent and flexible solutions, with which we accompany you on the way into the future and create technology for the production of tomorrow.


Alltec GmbH with its FOBA Laser Marking + Engraving brand is among the leading manufacturers and suppliers of innovative laser marking solutions. FOBA’s marking lasers or laser marking workstations mark a variety of materials and parts in all industries. FOBA’s vision assisted laser marking workflow helps manufacturers especially in Automotive and Medical.


Forécreu designs, manufactures and markets cannulated bars in stainless steels, special steels and titanium for the production of medical tools, medical implants and dental tools. Our process quality is ensured by various controls and covered by ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certification and meets the requirements of standard ISO 14000.


Founded in 1668, Merck is a leading science and technology company in healthcare, life science and performance materials. Around 50,000 employees work to further develop technologies that improve and enhance life – from biopharmaceutical therapies, cutting-edge systems for scientific research and production, to liquid crystals for smartphones and LCD televisions. This is as well as pigments of the Iriotec® 8000 series for clear and razor-sharp marking of cables, electronic components or food packaging. Laser marking is also suitable for silicones when using pigments of the Iriotec® 8000 series, which have wide food-contact suitability.

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The BARLOG Group develops and produces functionalized compounds and high-performance polymers. Furthermore BARLOG offers engineering and laboratory services to establish plastic solutions for mobility, household appliances, sanitary products and medical technology.


As one of the world’s leading suppliers of solutions for optical inline quality control and complete track & trace systems, Laetus can look back at more than 18,000 installations at over 3,500 customers. Seamlessly integrated into existing processes in the pharmaceutical, medical technology, cosmetics, food and FMCG industries, our systems ensure the highest product quality and efficient packaging processes.


ARA-Coatings is specialized in the manufacturing of „taylored“ coating-solutions for decorative and functional purposes in many areas.
By using the laser films from ARA-Coatings and a standard marking laser PVD-markings and -coatings can be applied on many products, on site, high quality, fast and low cost.


Viant is a global strategic manufacturing partner that helps medical device OEMs bring complex medical devices and components to market. Our deep materials expertise, combined with our experience in design and development, manufacturing, assembly, and packaging, allow us to bring our customers’ medical technology solutions to life. With nearly 6,000 associates across 24 locations worldwide, we are a unique combination of big-company scale and small-company attention. For more information, visit

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The VDMA Working Group Medical Technology is the platform for all production-related issues in medical technology. The network aims at the entire value-added chain, from material suppliers, mechanical engineering and medical technology manufacturers to applications in hospitals. The WG Medical Technology currently represents around 300 member companies and research institutes.


From 04–06 May 2021, T4M – Technology for Medical Devices will once again serve as a central meeting place for the medical technology industry, bringing together a trade fair, lecture forums, workshops and networking opportunities.  The exhibition will focus on production technology, production environment, services, as well as components and materials.


Alena Alekseeva

Forward-looking Automation

Gia Hung Hay, Zeltwanger
Sales Engineer

  • current status of the medical technology market
  • automation solutions for process flexibility
  • challenges in manufacturing in the industry


Alena Alekseeva

Meet Titus™, the world’s smallest laser marking head!

Philipp Febel, FOBA
Manager Product Management

  • why Titus™ is so unique
  • how simple setup and mounting works
  • the amout of potential savings that Titus™ generates


Alena Alekseeva

UDI compliance in the medical technology – how do I manage the technical implementation in terms of the regulatory requirements of the MDR?

Christian Söhner, FOBA
Global Vertical Manager Medical

  • why the UDI code is much more than a label and should not be underestimated
  • what has to be considered for the technical implementation
  • how to achieve process reliability during direct marking


Alena Alekseeva

Lasermarking of polymers and the improvement through laser pigments

Silvia Rosenberger, Merck
Technical Marketing Manager

  • how we enable the materials to keep up with the speed of modern lasers
  • why laser pigments are useful for marking of polymers
  • which industries benefit from the use of laser marking


Marion Pohlmann

Marion Pohlmann

Organizational issues


Tel: +49 (0) 38823 55-534

Manuela Opromolla

Manuela Opromolla

Digital environment (training, registration, etc.)


Tel: +49 (0) 176 3432 2415

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24. November
09:00 - 17:00 CET


Alltec Laser / FOBA