If there is a topic at EMO that has news value then it is certainly the FIELD System (FANUC Intelligent Edge Link and Drive System). Hosting an open platform for advanced analysis and deep learning applications to meet your production needs. FANUC presents technologies related to the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the “Industry 4.0” for the entire spectrum of manufacturing automation and the FANUC product range.
FANUC will be unveiling its latest robot developed specifically for industrial washing applications in extreme working environments at the EMO. The R-2000 i C/210WE robot is a new model of the R-2000 i C series featuring a further developed mechanical design, which is of particular interest for the automotive, its suppliers, tear 1 and other industries with washing needs.
Confirming its position as developer and manufacturer of the world’s most advanced EDM systems, Sodick will be demonstrating the very latest technology at EMO this year. Machines on the stand will include no less than four wire EDM machines; with two brand-new models, the ALC800G and VL600QH, as well as a Premium ALC600L, while Sodick’s extensive die-sinker EDM range will be represented by an automation-ready AG60L equipped with a robot, as well as one of its highly successful entry-level AD55L machines. In addition, the company will be demonstrating its unique, ground-breaking 3D metal additive manufacturing machine, with integral milling capability – the OPM250L, which continues to draw crowds wherever it appears.
Wessling (Germany), 19 September 2017 – True to EMO 2017’s theme ‘Networked systems for intelligent production’, CAM/CAD manufacturer OPEN MIND is debuting hyperMILL® VIRTUAL Machining, a key component for implementing digital production systems. The simulation solution creates a perfect virtual rendering of reality in the machine based on NC data. Built with Industry 4.0 in mind, the tool generates a bi-directional communication link between the machine control and the hyperMILL® VIRTUAL Machining Center, thus delivering a new level of process control and optimisation.
From heating and automation systems to forging presses and dies: Schuler has already implemented a large number of projects in ring preform production with great success. With its new series of ring rollers developed in close cooperation with the forging industry, the world market leader in forming technology now provides complete production lines from a single source. Schuler is presenting the machine for the first time at the EMO trade fair in Hanover, Germany (Hall 15, Booth E29), from September 18 to 23.