DMG MORI Digital Event Kicks Off Feb. 2-4
With a focus on digitalization, automation and sustainability, users will experience live presentations, expert talks in six languages and a digital showroom with over 25 exhibits.
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From February 2-4, 2021, DMG MORI (Bielefeld, Germany) is presenting its groundbreaking trends and developments in the industry with a focus on automation and digitalization via its interactive, live event, the DMG MORI Digital Event. With live presentations, expert talks in six languages and a digital showroom with over 25 exhibits, the company offers its customers and interested parties a contemporary alternative to the traditional open house at DMG MORI’s Pfronten Technology Center in Germany.
“As long as physical events are only possible to a limited extent, our focus will also be on interactive exchange with our customers and interested parties,” says Irene Bader, director DMG MORI Global Marketing. “That is why we are continuously developing in the area of digital product presentations.”
Live presentations will be expanded to include expert talks supplemented with market-specific content. This includes Q&A rounds, where viewers can ask speakers live questions. Customers and interested parties can also conduct personal online video chats with their contacts under the motto “Meet your Expert” for more in-depth information on specific topics. Additionally, an interactive joint tour of the Digital Showroom is offered also possible in this way.
Dr. Masahiko Mori, president of the DMG MORI Co. Ltd., and Christian Thönes, chairman of the executive board of the DMG MORI Aktien-Gesellschaft, will be opening the event with an interview on the most important future fields: Digitalization, automation and sustainability.
In line with these thoughts, DMG MORI will be premiering three of its products, the CLX 450 TC, the M1 and the DMF 300|8:
- According to the company, its CLX 450 TC redefines universal turning. In order to meet increasing production requirements with smaller quantities and greater part diversity, a B-axis with compactMASTER turning/milling spindle replaces the traditional tool turret. On board are an automatic tool changer with tool magazine, the usual powerful main spindle and the tailstock, or an optional counter spindle. Overall stup time is reduced.
- The M1 3-axis CNC universal milling machines is an all-purpose weapon for everyday use. The high static and dynamic rigidity, perfect damping behavior and high thermal stability of the vertical machining center are said to be unique in this class. DMG MORI says the M1 impresses with its performance even under difficult milling conditions, achieving excellent precision and offering sustainably longer tool service lives. The M1 combines a working area of 550 × 550 × 510 millimeters and a table measuring 850 × 650 millimeters for workpieces weighing up to 600 kilograms.
- The DMF 300|8 offers an enlarged worktable, reportedly giveing users the ability to machine workpieces up to 3,000 millimeters long and eliminates non-productive time. With the partition option, customers get two separate workspaces. Another highlight includes the optionally available mill-turn machining. DMG MORI says the DMF 300|8 benefits from the same innovative machine concept as the DMF 200|8; constant cantilever ensures consistent milling performance across the entire workspace, and the newly developed tool change takes place behind the worktable in a process-safe manner, with a tool length of up to 400 millimeters. Rounded off with an integrated cooling concept, the DMF 300|8 ensures high long-term thermal accuracy.
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