Connected Machining – the workshop as focal point
Connected Machining – our trade show topic in Hanover
The discussion about digitization in production raises big expectations and presents new challenges:
- How can you use a digital network in your company to analyze your own production and to improve internal processes?
- Which software and hardware solutions are suitable for your purposes?
- How about data security and protection of your own know-how?
We answer these questions with the Connected Machining package of functions live at the EMO:
- Twenty machines with TNC control at the show are connected via Connected Machining to our Booth D48 in Hall 25.
- We also show you in Hall 25, Booth B60, production in which all work steps are networked, ranging from design to ready-to-deliver components.
Connected Machining places the user in the workshop at the center of digital job management through the control of his milling machine or lathe. The HEIDENHAIN control is networked entirely individually with all areas accompanying production within the company.