Recorded Webinar: Magnesium Parts in Serial Production: A Virtual Demonstrator
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Recorded Webinar: Magnesium Parts in Serial Production: A Virtual Demonstrator

Recorded Webinar: An expert panel of IMA members discusses magnesium automotive parts currently in use using IMA's virtual demonstrator.

 Export to Your Calendar 12/31/2030
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Contact: IMA Office
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Magnesium Parts in Serial Production:
A Virtual Demonstrator

Note: The link to the webinar recording will be provided by email after you complete and submit the registration.

Original Broadcast Date: Tuesday, April 21, 2020

3D Demonstrator

Using IMA's new virtual demonstrator, an expert panel of global leading die casting companies from IMA discusses magnesium automotive parts currently in use. IMA's automotive demonstrator provides an interactive tool for visualizing magnesium parts used in serial production.

As automakers strive to improve fuel efficiency and improve performance by reducing overall vehicle weight, the use of lightweight magnesium parts in vehicles is increasing. Currently, models in production use between 5kg and 30kg in magnesium parts. Given that magnesium is 33% lighter than aluminum and 75% lighter than steel, there is significantly more potential for lightweight magnesium applications across a broad range of product types.


  • Hartmut Fischer, STIHL Magnesium
  • Michael Just, GF Casting Solutions
  • Herbert Fackler, Meridian
  • Jan Schütz, castwerk

Moderator: Martin Tauber, IMA European Representative

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