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KELCH KENOVA set line V6 – now in a package with TDM Modules

KENOVA set line V6 is the new compact premium tool presetter from KELCH

Kelch GmbH, which specialises in peripherals and services for manufacturers and users of machine tools for cutting processes, is now also launching the latest generation of KENOVA tool presetters in conjunction with modules produced by TDM Systems, the Tool Data Management specialists. The TDM Base Module minimises the time needed for the selection of tool data by up to 50%. The TDM Tool Crib Module organises components and complete tools, thereby saving time and costs. KENOVA set line V6 tool presetters are available for different development stages: from a manual to a fully automated version. “The new V6 range is ideal for the majority of measuring and presetting tasks. Combining it in a package with the TDM software enables companies ...

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Intelligent equipment for smart production

SCHUNK 스마트 그리핑

”Industrial production is on the verge of a fundamental change,” underlined Dr. Markus Klaiber, CTO of SCHUNK GmbH & Co. KG in Lauffen, Germany with a view to EMO 2017. ”In the years ahead, the digitalization, use of mechatronic products, and automation of production processes, collaboration between humans and robots as well as intelligent networking of all process-relevant components will promote a new concept of industrial production.” The primary focus will be on three aspects: communication between all the components involved, maximum transparency within the system, component, control technology and corporate levels, and flexible responses to external and internal events. ”The used types of clamping devices and gripping systems are of significant importance in all three of these areas,” the ...

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Are machine tools safe? Depends on it!

Heinrich Mödden, machinery safety expert at the EMO organizer VDW

The EMO Hannover 2017 will be hosting an EMO Safety Day The safety of machine tools is a major issue. Complex machinery, high speeds, and high power levels can be a dangerous mixture for the operator. Nevertheless, machine tools are very safe products. Many stakeholders have been collaborating for a long time to reach the current safety level: machine tool manufacturers, operators, health and safety experts, EU policy-makers and international standardisation groups. At the Safety Day for Machine Tools at EMO Hannover 2017, top experts will present their insights on the requirements and challenges entailed by the current state of the art, mapping out how practical solutions ensure high levels of safety and elucidating what remains to be done in ...

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VDMA invites to the event “Innovative Solutions for Industry 4.0” at the EMO Hannover 2017

Markus Heseding, Executive Director of The German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association’s (VDMA)

Industry 4.0 is progressively emerging as the crucial factor in the race for leading-edge technology and market shares in the future. And time is running out for the German machinery and plant manufacturers. On one side of the world is the USA, with its exceptional software competence and not least its digital entrepreneurship when it comes to new business models. On the other side of the globe is China, which with its “Made in China 2025” and “Internet Plus” programmes is channelling substantial resources into digital transformation. So despite the good starting position that German companies have created for themselves, they would be well advised not to rest on their laurels.     The German Mechanical Engineering Industry Association’s (VDMA) ...

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Cleaning without material loss

Erdwich cleaning

Hydraulic Easy Cleaning-Construction reduces cleaning of the Single-shaft shredder and facilitates work processes   Many materials have to be comminuted before further processing – this includes different chips and stamped parts made of plastic and metal, but also valuable precious metals such as gold and silver as well as laboratory samples. In this process, a part of the raw material often remains in the crushing machine. In order to recover the precious material, the plant had to be opened and cleaned demanding much time and effort up to now. Erdwich Zerkleinerungssysteme GmbH, therefore, has equipped its proven Single-shaft shredders M400 and M600 with a hydraulic Easy Cleaning construction, which allows to safely open the machines with little time effort and ...

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EMO Hannover 2017 builds bridges between academia and the business community

EMO Hannover

A window on the production operations of tomorrow The EMO Hannover 2017 is exploring new approaches for strengthening mutual feedback between the academic and business communities. In line with the EMO’s motto of “Connecting systems for intelligent production”, the German Machine Tool Builders’ Association (VDW) is therefore organising the Industry 4.0. Special Show area, on which Fraunhofer and university-affiliated research institutes of the German Academic Society for Production Engineering (WGP) will be showcasing the latest advances in networked production technology. Besides the WGP (a grouping of leading German mechanical engineering professors), representatives of the industrial sector will be showing what solutions they have already implemented in practical form. In an accompanying presentation forum, eminent academics will be elucidating their latest ...

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Safety harmonised with productivity

Peter Steger of Grob-Werke

Hard nuts to crack when it comes to machine tool safety Standards on the safety of machine tools are currently being revised by the VDW (German Machine Tool Builder Association). The VDW’s working group for “Safety engineering in metal-cutting machining” is especially tasked with the Type C Product Safety Standards coming first in terms of importance, e.g. ISO 16089 for grinding machines, ISO 16090 for milling machines and ISO 23125 for lathes. They all refer to the Type-B Standard ISO 13849-1, in which what are called safety functions are given probability-referenced ratings as models for control chains. This theoretical approach intermeshes with operationally validated practice already established in the field. Despite a demonstrably high level of safety in German machine ...

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Start-ups in the limelight at the EMO Hannover 2017

Dr. Schäfer of the VDW

For the first time, there will be a special stand themed around “Start-ups for intelligent production” at the EMO Hannover 2017, the world’s premier trade fair for the metalworking sector, to be held from 18 to 23 September. “We aim to offer young companies venturing something new in terms of production technology a platform for marketing their innovations,” says Dr. Wilfried Schäfer, Executive Director of the EMO’s organiser VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association). The rapid pace of technical change in the field of production technology, he continues, means that new firms are set up to write software for networking machines and processes, for example, for developing new metrological procedures, implementing virtual-reality applications, or offering new close-to-industry services. They are ...

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EMO Hannover 2017 heading for a record

EMO Hannover

World’s premier trade fair reports substantial increases as registration deadline approaches Just under a year before the fair begins, the figures for official registration at the EMO Hannover 2017 are looking rather impressive: more than 1,700 firms from 40 different countries have registered for the world’s most important trade fair for the metalworking sector, booking a stand area totalling 152,000 square metres for the period from 18 to 23 September 2017 in Hanover. This means the current registration status lies significantly above the comparable result of the previous event. “It looks very much as if the EMO Hannover 2017 will end up with a record number of exhibitors,” declares EMO General Commissioner Carl Martin Welcker. The reasons he cites for ...

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German manufacturers impress Vietnamese customers

VDW- Symposium Vietnam 2016

12 machine tool manufacturers premiere their capabilities in Vietnam The German machine tool industry has met with keen interest in Vietnam. For the first time, the VDW (German Machine Tool Builders’ Association), in conjunction with the German-Vietnamese Chamber of Industry and Commerce, in late November organised a one-day symposium in Ho Chi Minh City. Twelve prestigious companies like Chiron, DMG Mori, Heller, Hermle, Klingelnberg, Mauser, Open Mind, Peiseler, Siemens, SW Schwäbische Werkzeugmaschinen, Trumpf and Zimmer & Kreim showcased their products, solutions and services for modern-day industrial production operations. Around 100 customers from the relevant user categories in the metalworking sector responded to the invitation, and attended the VDW’s symposium in the cultural and commercial centre of Vietnam. The Vietnamese sales ...

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