Highly complex milling and turning processes

Posted on 30 Aug 2019 and read 533 times
Highly complex milling and turning processes West Sussex-based Heidenhain (GB) Ltd (www.heidenhain.co.uk) will be showcasing complex milling and turning processes at EMO 2019 (Hall 9, Stand I32).

Among its new products will be the new TNC 640 control.

Its 24in-wide split screen allows the user to have other applications displayed alongside the main control screen to create a user-friendly workstation for organising jobs digitally — directly at the control.

Another new option for the company’s TNC controls is Component Monitoring, which keeps a close eye on machines in order to protect them from failure due to wear or overload; RCN 2001 optical angle encoders mean that the system accuracy is now even better and the maximum speed even higher, while the capabilities for monitoring the temperature have increased.

Gen 3 drives feature maximum performance, intelligent transmission technology, powerful diagnostics, easy installation and convenient connectivity.

Live demonstrations and presentations on the Heidenhain stand and within the ‘Industry 4.0 area’ at EMO 2019 will show visitors the process reliability, accuracy and productivity of Heidenhain controls for lathes and milling machines — even on batches of one.

The company will also demonstrate how easily and safely machine tools can be digitally integrated into the process chain through Connected Machining, and why encoders from Heidenhain for determining the position on linear and rotary axes are the standard for dimensional accuracy and high contour fidelity in closed-loop machining.

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