Year after year hundreds of ship propellers of all sizes are leaving the MMG works, are delivered to their customers all over the world and drive ships around the globe, among them the largest and fastest of their classes.
We love challenges. Again and again during the past years MMG has pushed the boundaries and set new standards in ship propeller design.
Constantly MMG conducts research in view of a new generation of propulsion systems and the improvement of design methods. Next to the development of conventional propellers our engineers dedicate themselves to completely new propulsion systems.
With a long tradition of foundries at the current company’s location in Waren (Müritz) we as Mecklenburger Metallguss GmbH can look back on 150 years of experience as a foundry.
The production of special castings made from copper alloy in particular the manufacturing of large ship propellers characterise our company for more than 70 years.
Still today we take up that tradition and strengthen our market position by continuous improvement and innovative engineering.
Our customers can reach us through sales offices in the major shipbuilding nations all over the world. In this way, we guarantee individual and prompt support.
We offer attractive jobs in various sectors from the R&D department, manufacturing as well as the professional sales force in Germany and worldwide.
MMG thinks interdisciplinary and globally. Together with specialists and partners we solve complex problems and develop comprehensive solutions for the maritime industry of tomorrow.
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A "machine building institute" with iron foundry was established at the waterfront of lake Müritz.
Start of heavy metal dead-mould casting, in particular for the production of the ship propellers, in the course of the build-up of the shipbuilding industry in the German Democratic Republic (GDR).
Construction of a new foundry for larger ship propellers of up to 6,5m diameter and 25t finished weight.
Foundation of Mecklenburger Metallguss GmbH
Establishment of FEM methods for structural analysis of complex parts
Investment in a large CNC-milling machine
Completion of the new construction (2000-2004) of a foundry with mould- and melting capacity for propellers of up to 160t finished weight und 11,6m diameter.
Introduction of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) methods for the optimization of hydrodynamic components as well as methods of casting simulation for the improvement of component quality
New strategic orientation and first product developments for the efficient redesign of existing propulsions systems.
Introduction of state-of-the-art optical measuring methods to ensure geometric quality. Every product will be scanned by an optical measurement system with an accuracy of up to 1/100mm.
Commissioning of a laser-controlled robot machining center for large components.
Operational launch of a XXL-printer for model production and automated welding robot for "rapid prototyping".
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