Join MAGMA at the 2nd Edition of GIFA Southeast Asia in Bangkok, Thailand this September!

The second edition of GIFA Southeast Asia 2023, which will be held alongside METEC Southeast Asia, wire Southeast Asia, and Tube Southeast Asia, will feature comprehensive solutions for foundry systems.

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This includes casting machines and technologies, pouring equipment, molding, core making, die making, and much more. We are thrilled to announce MAGMA's participation in this exciting event, where we will be sharing insights into casting trends and sustainable solutions.

Event: GIFA Southeast Asia 2023
Date: September 20th to 20nd, 2023
Venue: Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC), Bangkok, Thailand

Come join us at Hall 103, Booth D19 (German Pavilion), where we will be presenting our products and innovative solutions designed to enhance your casting processes with a focus on sustainability.

Technical Conference

MAGMA will present at the Exhibitor Technical Presentations on 20 and 21 September 2023. Join us for insights into new product developments and advanced solutions. Admission is free but limited to 50 participants at Hall 103.

(1) 20 September, Wednesday (Day 1), 1.45pm – 2.30pm

Casting Process Simulation Helps to Produce Sustainably
What will you learn:
Metallic yield is a crucial indicator for cast iron foundries seeking profitability and casting quality. Improving yield reduces costs and environmental impact through material and energy savings. Fundimig, a cast iron company, demonstrated this in a case study that won the ecoMetals AWARD 2023 at GIFA Düsseldorf. They optimized production using casting simulation, achieving high yield and low scrap rates. MAGMA's module, MAGMA ECONOMICS, helps companies decide on the best compromise between profitability, quality, and sustainability by assessing cost impacts and offering simulation options.

(2) 21 September, Wednesday (Day 2), 1.45pm – 2.30pm

How to Achieve High Quality Large Aluminum Structural Castings with Simulation
What will you learn:
Structural aluminum parts for the automotive industry are predominantly produced via High Pressure Die Casting (HPDC). The rise of the EV car industry and demand for Giga-castings have led to cost reductions but pose challenges for die casters in terms of quality and productivity. This presentation aims to discuss quality requirements for large structural castings and how casting simulation can address issues like distortion, air entrapment, and cycle time in casting production and heat treatment.

To learn more about the event, click here and be a part of the world's premier trade fair for casting technology. We look forward to welcoming you and fostering dynamic face-to-face discussions amid a stimulating atmosphere with fellow global metal casting experts. 

And that's not all! MAGMA will also be exhibiting at the GIFA Exhibition in Indonesia from September 13th to 16th, 2023. For more information about the event, please visit MAGMA website. 


Company Info

MAGMA Engineering Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd

25 International Business Park #02-24/25 German Centre
609916 Singapore

Telephone: +65 65643435