Booth #135226 - Connected Machining products – – In order to truly showcase the new age of digital manufacturing, we will use our control systems during the show to connect equipment from many machine tool builders throughout the massive exhibition back to our booth.
Contributed by | Heidenhain
Tell us about your company.
DR. JOHANNES HEIDENHAIN GmbH develops and manufactures linear and angle encoders, rotary encoders, digital readouts, length gauges and numerical controls for demanding positioning tasks. HEIDENHAIN products are used primarily in high-precision machine tools as well as in plants for the production and processing of electronic components.
Our comprehensive product program offers solutions for all applications in which the highest possible accuracy, reliable reproducibility and repeatability, safe process management, high machine dynamics, simple operation and of course maximum efficiency are required.
Our products are therefore used primarily in high-precision machine tools, in plants for the production and processing of electronic components as well as in automated systems and machines. In addition, we supply our products to manufacturers of elevators, medical technology and others.
With our extensive experience and know-how in the development and manufacture of measuring devices and numerical controls, we create the groundwork for the automation of plants and production machines.
Your company will be exhibiting at IMTS, what is it that makes this an important event for your company?
This international manufacturing exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to connect with the movers and shakers of our industry.
Highlight a 2 or 3 products you will be showcasing at the event?
Connected Machining products – – In order to truly showcase the new age of digital manufacturing, HEIDENHAIN will use its control systems during the show to connect equipment from many machine tool builders throughout the massive exhibition back to the HEIDENHAIN booth. Connected Machining products on display include the TNC 640 control with StateMonitor software.
HEIDENHAIN’s TNC 640 with Touch Screen
HEIDENHAIN’s StateMonitor software
New ND 7013 DRO – This successor to the ND 780 digital readout includes those useful features, along with an improved user interface and a touch screen. An optional I/O function is available providing additional useful enhancements for supporting machine functions.
HEIDENHAIN’s ND 7013 Digital Readout
IMTS has many educational sessions & Demo’s, is your company involved in any of them this year?
Yes, our Dr. Jens Kummetz is speaking at opening day of IMTS Conference on “Efficient Manufacturing Down to Lot Size 1”.
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Many of today's disruptive technologies wouldn't be possible without a keen focus on precision. But in fast-paced corporate environments, the bottom line sometimes trumps superior engineering. At HEIDENHAIN, we're in a unique position to put R&D before net profit: In 1970, company founder Dr. Johannes Heidenhain placed his shares of the company into a foundation, enabling HEIDENHAIN to invest extensively in exciting new technologies. The result? Game-changing innovations that help our customers and their end-users gain an edge in competitive, ever-changing industries.
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