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Electric mobility: BOGE chassis parts for NEVS

For the automotive supplier BOGE Rubber & Plastics, innovation also means dealing intensively with the subject of electric mobility. NEVS, a Chinese manufacturer of electric vehicles, has now placed an order with BOGE for chassis suspension components in China. The front and rear top mount, control arm bushing, trailing arm bushing, and toe link bush come from BOGE: The parts were developed and will be produced at BOGE's Qingpu location. BOGE Elastmetall Shanghai Co. Ltd. has been located in Qingpu for over ten years with sales, development, prototype production, simulation, materials engineering and production. The product portfolio includes rubber-metal components (noise and vibration damping) for chassis and powertrain as well as plastic components and modules for the global automotive industry.

BOGE Rubber & Plastics enhances service in China

With its new Customer Service Center Asia (CSC Asia) in Zhuzhou/China, the BOGE Rubber & Plastics Group is consistently continuing its globalization strategy. The CSC Asia is an essential cornerstone for meeting the requirements of local customers even better, further increasing service quality for customers and continuing to grow in Asia. With over 1,200 employees, the automotive supplier generates sales of over 200 million euros in China.

BOGE Rubber & Plastics is a top player among the leading worldwide automotive suppliers in the field of rubber-metal and plastics technology. The company headquartered in Damme (Germany) is represented internationally at ten locations - Damme, Simmern, Bonn (Germany), Trnava (Slovakia), Fontenay (France), Sorocaba (Brazil),Hebron (USA), Qingpu, Zhuzhou (China), San Luis Potosí (Mexico). The owner of BOGE Rubber & Plastics is the Chinese Zhuzhou Times New Material Technology Co., Ltd. (TMT). TMT is a subsidiary of China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation Ltd. (CRRC).

Brake pedal 40-55 percent lighter than steel

Innovative lightweight technology enables volume production, is affordable and hybrid. That’s why the automotive supplier BOGE Rubber & Plastics Group has developed an additive manufacturing process for endless fiber materials. It is applied to brake pedals,  a safety critical component – 40-55 percent lighter than steel, fully automated and quality controlled.

Core of the process is the local adaption of fiber architectures by printing unidirectional reinforcements (UD-Tapes) to organo-sheets. In a second step these tailored blanks are then draped and consolidated in a way, that fully welds the tapes to the organo-sheets. This makes mechanical properties of endless fiber-shells programmable. Increased fiber efficiency reduces the amount of equipped endless fiber materials by 30 percent, reducing wall thickness and thus weight and cycle time.

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Exhibitor: BOGE Rubber & Plastics Group


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