12/17/2019 | 3 MINUTE READ

DMG MORI to Present Machining Solutions at Pfronten Open House

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DMG MORI will present itself as a driver of innovation in digitlization and automation at the company’s Open House in Pfronten, February 11th ​​​​​​-15th.

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DMG MORI will present itself as a driver of innovation in digitlization and automation at the company’s Open House in Pfronten, February 11th ​​​​​​-15th. The focus will be on end to end connectivity as the standard for all machines, a Celos update, a new customer portal and TULIP as an ideal entry into digitalization.

The app-based operating and control system Celos is used in the control systems of more than 20,000 DMG MORI machines worldwide. Celos customers can now perform a PLC-independent Celos update to their current version. This applies to all existing Celos versions over the past six years. The DMG MORI Messenger uses configurable dashboards to display the current status of the machines at a glance and can now also be used for all machines and devices networked with DMG MORI Connectivity in production.

The customer portal my DMG MORI has been offering unique efficiency, with visible success. Service requests are thus able to be started and sent virtually at the press of a button via my DMG MORI. Specific service requests and optionally attached photos or videos directly reach the right DMG MORI service expert, and the “Tracking & Tracing” function ensures transparency for all service processes and procedures. 

The cooperation between DMG MORI and the U.S. software provider TULIP is also celebrating its Pfronten premiere. Several hundred networked TULIP workstations will be in use by then and ready to be presented at the Open House. 

DMG MORI has set another milestone with its strategic investment in the software company up2parts, which has opened up the world of artificial intelligence to metalworkers. The aim of the alliance is to simplify and accelerate the creation of work plans with an AI-supported geometric component analysis.

In the future, DMG MORI will offer all machine tools in its portfolio with automation solutions in order to meet the hugely increasing demand. The company will be demonstrating 15 automation solutions at their Open House.

The PH-AGV 50 is an autonomous system for pallet automation. This innovative solution offers a flexible automation layout with free access to the machine and an intelligent safety concept for human-machine collaboration.

The Robo2Go Vision is a further development of flexible robot automation and enables direct loading of Euro pallets.

With the DMC 65 H monoBLOCK, DMG MORI presents a highlight in horizontal machining. The unique machine concept unites the flexibility and ergonomics of a five-axis vertical machine with the productivity and process reliability of a horizontal machining center.

A new PH CELL pallet system with a footprint of 10.7 m² will be presented by DMG MORI on a DMU 65 monoBLOCK. The side loading into the machine tool guarantees optimal ergonomics and accessibility to the workspace. 

The new Lasertec 400 Shape expands the DMG MORI portfolio in five-axis laser structuring into the range of large molds. The ergonomic and thermo-symmetric gantry design of the Lasertec 400 Shape ensures maximum precision and outstanding texturing quality, and it opens up the possibility of an infinite number of textures in reproducible quality and with functional features such as scratch resistance, water-repellent properties or gloss.

DMG MORI consistently takes this into consideration in the further development of its Lasertec 3D hybrid, Lasertec 3D and Lasertec​​​​​​​ SLM model series. The main topics are the technical availability of the machines, their productivity, the component quality and occupational safety. As a highlight in Pfronten, the innovator is presenting the new Lasertec​​​​​​​ 125 3D hybrid. 

Based on a comprehensive five-point Economic Stimulus Program, DMG MORI is able to provide its customers on the economic level with long-term support in the area of further training as well as service and machine technology. All measures perfectly complement one another and are all from a single source. The DMG MORI Economic Stimulus Program includes buy back, i.e. a machine buy back for more liquidity, attractive financing concepts without risk such as renting, buying or leasing by DMG MORI Finance as well as training courses at the DMG MORI Academy to increase manufacturing expertise. 

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