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Hirschvogel has been a strong partner in the production of ready-for-assembly rotor shafts for electric traction motors in the automotive sector for many years now. Our specialty lies in hollow rotor shafts, which are called off in high annual volumes by our customers. However, even for small quantities and for different power ratings, we can optimally adapt to the needs of our customers thanks to the production processes available.
To achieve this distinction, we had to undergo a certification process conducted at the end of last year by the Top Employers Institute. The central element of this process is an HR Best Practices survey with 100 questions relating to the areas of talent strategy, personnel planning, talent acquisition, onboarding, training & development, performance management, leadership development, career and succession planning, compensation & benefits, and corporate culture. We are delighted to have…
As system complexity in hybrid powertrains increases, so does the number of components required, thereby causing the costs for these systems to rise. This applies to the costs per unit, logistics costs as well as to investments in development and tools. An effective way of countering these cost increases is to reduce the number of components and suppliers and to eliminate manufacturing steps. The success of this approach can be illustrated by means of an input shaft for a double-clutch…
This is the title of a publication of two Hirschvogel experts which has been published in the trade magazine ATZ heavyduty 01/March 2019.
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Almost 1,000 lightweighting suggestions for the chassis, powertrain and transmission of a hybrid passenger car as well as for the powertrain of a conventional truck: That is the result of a unique worldwide initiative with companies from the steel and forging industries. The jointly developed ideas relate to lightweighting achieved through materials, design and manufacturing as well as to conceptual lightweight design. Further reducing the weight of vehicles is one of the decisive challenges…
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