EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September

    EMO Hannover 2019, 16 - 21 September
    Manufacturing and process automation

    Eight world premieres on the 'Path of Digitization'

    As a leading specialist partner for metal cutting production technology and digitization, DMG MORI is hosting a soccer field-sized trade fair stand at EMO Hannover 2017. Visitors from around the world have the opportunity to explore eight world premieres on the company's 'Path of Digitization'.

    06 Sep. 2017

    Digitization, automation, additive manufacturing and technology excellence - these are the topics DMG MORI is focusing on in Hannover, as it showcases the future of production technology. Besides innovative machines, the company is also exhibiting holistic system solutions for the digital factory. Among the eight world premieres DMG MORI is unveiling in Hannover are the CTX 2500|700 as the prelude to the fifth generation of this successful series and the NTX 2500 as another new turn-mill center. The CLX 550 is extending the range of European universal turning centers, while the third generation CTV 250 is rounding off the program in vertical turning. A new concept for the multi-spindle automatic turning center is also being presented in the form of the MULTISPRINT 25 and MULTISPRINT 36. Moreover, DMG MORI has expanded its milling portfolio, with the DMU 200 Gantry and DMU 340 Gantry and the second generation of the NHX 6300 horizontal machining center being on show in Hannover.

    In recognition of the growing pace of the digital revolution in the world of machine tools, DMG MORI is exhibiting CELOS and the 'Path of Digitization'. The company is pursuing a consistent strategy in this area - starting with the CELOS machine, continuing through CELOS manufacturing and extending all the way to the digital factory. The new CELOS versions and products are designed to support the continuity that is needed in production. The latest version of CELOS features new apps such as CELOS CONDITION ANALYZER and CELOS PERFORMANCE MONITOR that lay the foundations for optimized workflows and processes in the immediate machine environment. At EMO Hannover 2017, a greater emphasis is being placed on solutions for digital workflows at shop-floor level. "We are presenting an extensive portfolio of data-based digitization modules within the framework of the 'Path of Digitization' - for production planning and tool management, among other applications," announces Dr. Holger Rudzio, Managing Director of DMG MORI Software Solutions GmbH. "These either complement or build upon each other. With these connective solutions for the CELOS digital factory we enable gradual, and above all, practical entry into the future of digitized industry for SMEs in particular."

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