IMTS 2022 takes place September 12th - 17th in Chicago, Illinois. The Exhibit hall floor will be loaded with new products and services. Here is a preview of some things to look forward to at this years event.

IMTS 2022 Product Preview
IMTS 2022 Product Preview

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IMTS 2022 Product Preview 

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Shop Floor Automations at IMTS 2022

HP 3D Printing at IMTS 2022

CIMON at IMTS 2022

ATI Industrial Automation at IMTS 2022

HEIDENHAIN at IMTS 2022

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HEIDENHAIN has two booth locations this year at IMTS

IMTS Booth #339449 & 215600

Our large booth is in the South Building level 3 #339449 and we are also part of the Student Summit in the North Building level 1 #215600.  

Digital manufacturing starts here.  HEIDENHAIN is giving machine manufacturers and experts at the machine new capabilities that are intuitive, task-focused, and customizable. As the new level in CNC control, the TNC7 supports the user at every stage along the way, from initial design to the finished workpiece, from one-off jobs to serial production, from simple slots to complex contours, and from machine setup to program execution. The TNC7 takes your manufacturing to a new level.  Dynamic, convenient, intuitive. Intuitive operation of highly complex applications? Now it's possible, directly on the touchscreen. Many integrated solutions for standard tasks simplify your daily work. In fact, the entire user guidance system is designed around this idea! For example, use the newly developed probing cycles to be guided systematically through the probing process.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATI’s QC-29 Robotic Tool Changer unlocks productivity for smaller robots!

IMTS Booth #236111

The QC-29 Robotic Tool Changer brings the powerful and rugged technology of ATI’s Heavy Duty Tool Changers to the 25-35 kg payload class, and is the first standard ATI Tool Changer designed to mount directly to 40 mm and 50 mm robot wrists.

ATI’s QC-29 also includes in-body lock/unlock sensing and our Fail-Safe locking mechanism. Built-in pneumatic pass-through ports and three module mounting flats make connecting utilities easy and ensures maximum repeatability for high-precision tool changing.

HP 3D PRinting @ IMTS 2022

IMTS Booth #433000

HP 3D PRINTING SOLUTIONS.  LET'S
MANUFACTURE POSSIBILITIES.

By partnering with HP Personalization and 3D Printing we can make any idea, large or small, simple or complex, a reality.

 

 

 

 

Zaber LC40 Non Motorized Linear Stage Gantry Systems 

IMTS Booth #236576 & 134335

A Zaber gantry kit comes with everything you need to build a customized XY gantry system or XYZ gantry system. These gantry systems feature coordinated multi-axis motion, plug-and-play operation, easy integration with end-effector options, and built-in IO and E-Stop capabilities.  An intuitive ASCII interface allows the user to easily communicate with the gantry systems using our free software, either Zaber Motion Library with APIs for several popular languages or Zaber Console. Third party terminal programs that can communicate over a serial port can also be used.

Hypertherm’s Robotmaster Team will demonstrate the latest version of its offline programming software for robots.

IMTS Booth #236311

Robotmaster offline programming software for robots helps manufacturers maximize their productivity and profitability with an intuitive and powerful programing and simulation solution ideal for production runs of all sizes and varying part complexity as a result of integrated CAD/CAM functionality.

Manufacturing facilities around the globe are adopting automation to maximize their productivity and remain competitive. Manufacturing robots have many advantages such as high accuracy and consistent production which result in a much better ROI in comparison to completing processes manually. Robots do have a downside, however, when it comes to programming—most of the time, they must be offline to be updated or programmed, which means production delays and lost revenue.

Offline Programming (OLP) software like Robotmaster allows manufacturers and integrators to generate robotic code in an offline environment (on a computer) and then upload it to the robots without any downtime.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The  Xometry Instant Quoting Engine®: Start Your Custom Manufacturing Project Today

IMTS Booth #433012

The Xometry Instant Quoting Engine makes ordering parts fast, easy, and affordable. Anyone with a CAD file can upload their design to the platform to receive pricing, production leads times, DFM feedback, and more within seconds, thanks to Xometry's impressive AI-powered technology.

Innovators of all backgrounds trust Xometry to get their parts made with quality and speed in mind, from hobbyists to Fortune 100 companies across all major industries. Powered by Xometry's immense network of over 5,000 manufacturing suppliers based all around the world, Xometry offers its customers over a dozen manufacturing processes, like 3D printing, CNC machining, sheet cutting, and injection molding, along with thousands of material and finish options. 

Make Data-Driven Manufacturing Decisions with DataXchange OEE Machine Monitoring Visibility

IMTS Booth #133240

With greater capacity and productivity clarity, you can convert manufacturing data into true manufacturing intelligence to activate actionable results. The strength of Scytec DataXchange machine monitoring software lies in its unlimited, real-time OEE dashboard views, reports and anayltics to effectively condense your equipment data for easy consumption and data-based decision-making. Through the automated capture of cycle times, run rates and more, your teams can be well-equipped to prioritize assets for targeted continuous improvement and lean activities, such as kanban events.

Compare the data values of your assets against OEE targets by displaying charts and metrics on the DataXchange Real-Time Manufacturing Dashbord to discern high-performing machinery over lower-performing equipment. Chart templates may be configured and saved for quick access across teams with export options to Microsoft® Excel or CSV. Learn how you can track real-time equipment data for each of your machines on the floor - anywhere and any time - by visiting the Shop Floor Automations booth at IMTS 2022 at East Building - Level 3 - 133240 for a free demonstration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CIMON-XPANEL - Industrial Operating Touch Panel

IMTS Booth #134500

CIMON-XPANEL is a Windows CE based HMI unit. A combination of software and hardware, suitable for various monitoring needs within industrial sites. 

 

 

Hexapod 6-Axis Stages for Metrology, 3D Printing

IMTS Booth #135952

PI Hexapod 6-axis stages are extremely versatile micro-motion robotic systems for precision multi-axis metrology, laser machining, precision alignment, 3D print etc.

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A traditional gantry system employs X-Y or X-Y-Z range of motion. Mounted on a base plate, usually granite, 2 parallel rails constitute the synchronized Y axis motion while the cross axis (bridge axis) provides the X motion. A vertical axis can be added on the bridge for the Z motion. A Split Bridge system can be less complex than a traditional gantry system because synchronization of the two parallel linear motors is not required. Both systems are used in industrial production, testing, and additive manufacturing.