CALL FOR PAPERS: GETPRO – 7th Conference on Gear and Drivetrain Production, Extended deadline for submission of abstracts: October 29, 2018

The successful GETPRO Gear and Drivetrain Production Conference has been held every two years since 2007. More than 300 leading experts and 35 exhibitors from industry and research come together at this event to exchange knowledge and experience. Since its foundation, GETPRO has developed into one of the most important trade meetings for the production of gears and drivetrains worldwide. In 2019, the GETPRO Conference is expanding to an international audience.

A platform for dialogue and knowledge sharing

The goal of the GETPRO conference is to promote the exchange of knowledge and experience between science and industry, engineers and technicians who are involved in or responsible for the design, development, production, assembly, logistics, and operation of gear drives. The individual technical presentations offer researchers, manufacturers of machines and components as well as users with practical experience the opportunity to share their knowledge.

Be part of the community and share your expertise

Become part of the community and help shape the program with your presentation. Submit a short version of your article here by October 29, 2018.

For more information on the submission process, please see the Call for Papers.

2019 Topics

  • Materials for transmission components and tools
  • Shaping and soft machining of transmission components
  • Heat treatment
  • Hard-fine machining
  • Tools and clamping devices for soft and hard machining
  • Bearings, shafts, and casings
  • Lubricants for metalworking, assembly, and corrosion protection
  • Coatings
  • Measurement technology
  • Assembly, handling, and quality management
  • Production of electric machines, with a focus on transmissions/drivetrains

GETPRO goes international!

In 2019, the congress on Gear and Drivetrain Production will open up to an international audience and invite experts from all over the world to engage in dialogue, exchange of knowledge, and networking.