DMG MORI Manufacturing Days Presents Technological Innovations
During Manufacturing Days at the factory in Davis, CA, October 8-9, DMG MORI will present the latest developments and innovations in horizontal machining, automation, additive manufacturing and digitization.
During Manufacturing Days at the factory in Davis, CA, October 8-9, DMG MORI will present the latest developments and innovations in horizontal machining, automation, additive manufacturing and digitization. Visitors will have the opportunity to see 13 innovative machine tools. Additionally, the Manufacturing Days schedule includes multiple training sessions and seminars.
At Manufacturing Days, the ALX 2500|500 with GX, the CMX 1100 V with Matris and the NHX 4000 with LPP are three of the many automation highlights at Manufacturing Days. In the field of complex five-axis milling, the company will demonstrate the DMU 50 with PH 150.
The company presents the LaserTec 12 SLM as a US premiere, which achieves its precision with a focus diameter of only 35 µm (0.0014 in) and offers material changes in less than 2 hours by changing the rePLUG powder modules. Designed for applications in selective laser melting, the company also offers the new OptoMet software, which has self-adjusting and learning algorithms that calculate the required parameters of the SLM process, reduces material development efforts by 70% and adjusts parameters so that material properties, such as hardness, porosity and elasticity, can be optimized.
The event will showcase that in the future, all new machines from the company will be connectivity compliant in major industry standards, MTConnect and MQTT protocols as well as the new umati (universal machine and tool interface) branch standard based on OPC UA, as the new IIoT interface.
Seminars and training sessions for Manufacturing Days visitors will provide insights into the development and future of machine tool manufacturing. Experts will talk about the benefits of automation solutions, the digital factory, and complex machining applications. Additionally, DMG MORI offers a factory tour that explains the anatomy of a machine tool first-hand.
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