Digital factory, integral automation solutions and technology excellence – DMG MORI will be showcasing its complete range of manufacturing competence at the traditional DECKEL MAHO Pfronten Open House from 30. January to 3. February 2018. On over 8.500 m² of exhibition space the leader of technology will be presenting 70 high-tech machines including the new NTX 3000 as a world premiere as well as innovative manufacturing processes such as ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING with a total of three complete process chains. With the DMG MORI Qualified Products (DMQP) the machine tool manufacturer offers perfectly matched peripherals and accessories for production and with VCS basic a new technology cycle is launches for volumetric compensation and automatic calibration.
DMG MORI Path of Digitization
The digital transformation in machine tool manufacturing will also be one of the key issues at the DMG MORI Open House in Pfronten. The presentation on the exhibition will consistently pursue the Path of Digitization in Pfronten. The digital transformation follows a bottom-up strategy from the CELOS machine on to CELOS manufacturing and right through to the digital factory.
End-to-end solutions for the digital factory
First presented at the EMO, digital workflows for data-supported production planning and automated tool management have meanwhile undergone fine tuning. They will be available for customers as CELOS apps as early as the first half of the year. Other digital focus topics include the continuous expansion of the monitoring possibilities for optimising processes and production as well as the digital products and services. Embedded in the new manufacturer-neutral IIoT platform ADAMOS, DMG MORI offers its customers and suppliers integral and open end-to-end digitisation solutions.