Wednesday, January 20, 2016

SPRING Technologies shows NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS for Intelligent CNC Machining at the VDI "Industrie 4.0" Conference

Simplified programming and flexible production in the Smart Factory

SPRING Technologies is participating in the upcoming "Industrie 4.0" conference of VDI (Verein Deutscher Ingenieure – Association of German Engineers) with an exhibition booth and live demo-point showcasing its innovative NCSIMUL software platform including the new module NCSIMUL CAM. The conference takes place on 27th and 28th of January 2016 in the Maritim Hotel in Düsseldorf/Germany and provides a platform for high-class knowledge sharing and the exchange of experiences on important aspects around the topic "Industry 4.0".
The term "Industry 4.0" describes the fourth industrial revolution and stands for a new generation of business organization embracing the entire value chain of the product lifecycle. According to the experts of VDI the Factory of the Future requires the availability of all relevant information in real time, connecting all assets involved in the value chain, as well as the possibility to deduce at any time from the data available the optimal value flow. Expert lectures, panel-discussions as well as the exhibition area within the VDI "Industry 4.0" Meeting will demonstrate to the visitors innovative solutions for the Smart Factory, concrete examples of use cases along the complete IoT - value chain from connectivity right up to simulation.
Maximizing Productivity, flexibility and collisions safety
With its unified software all-in-one platform NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS, SPRING Technologies supports manufacturers with CNC machines to achieve maximum flexibility, productivity and collisions safety in a smart factory environment.
According to Herbert Schönle, General Manager at SPRING Technologies and responsible for the DACH region, the topic "Industry 4.0" in the CAM process means primarily the following: "Manufacturing companies need to rely on seamless and interconnected process chains in order to achieve high-speed error-free programming, simulate machining operations and be able to produce with maximum flexibility within their shop floor."

Furthermore he adds: "With our NCSIMUL Solutions we can support manufacturers in automating their machining process, which can still be characterized as very labour intensive and prone to error, and maximize their production capacities on increasingly complex CNC machines. Programming errors are detected automatically -even before implemented- and set-up times reduced. Intelligent optimization means that we achieve great results in the reduction of machining time; at the same time we increase tool life and downtimes."
"With our latest release we make it possible for our users to switch their part machining between the different CNC machines without reprogramming and under consideration of the kinematics and CNC controller format of the machine. This is a revolution in NC Manufacturing, for our customers this means huge savings in costs and time, as well as maximum flexibility in their production", Herbert Schönle concludes.
Where? Maritim Hotel Düsseldorf
When? January 27th and 28th 2016

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