SPRING Technologies will demonstrate a complete, real machining cycle on a FANUC Robodrill 5-axis machine, connected to flagship solutions for tool management, technical documentation and NC and DNC simulation review, and machine status monitoring on Panasonic’s fully-rugged touch tablet at EMO 2013, Hall 25, Booth G27.
The company is also driving forward its NCEXPERIENCE© vision with a live demonstration of its flagship solutions for machining simulation (NCSIMUL Machine 9 and NCSIMUL Player 9), tool management (NCSIMUL Tool), and DNC/machine status monitoring (NCSIMUL DNC), implemented on Panasonic’s fully-rugged professional tablet, connected to FANUC Robodrill machine-tools.
Here is a preview of other the leading-edge technologies:
- Panasonic’s unrestricted mobility: the Toughpad FZ-G1 embodies more than 10 years’ experience in the development of rugged computers for professionals on the move. With eight-hour stand-alone operation (optionally extended to 16 hours with a marathon battery), a magnesium chassis and elastomer edges, the fully rugged tablet is optimally protected for a full day’s work in the field, with resistance to bad weather, water, and dust. Thanks to Panasonic-SPRING Technologies “ISV” partnership, the Toughpad is now fully integrated to NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS offering.
- High-performance FANUC machining: FANUC’s aD21MiA5 Robodrill is a complete CNC machining center offering unrivalled quality and precision, and very high hourly output, according to the company. Its optimal acceleration and deceleration control enable efficient machining and shorter cycles. It delivers more than 40 percent energy savings with reduced weight and mass, pneumatic power supply, implements smart control technology and has an excess energy recovery system, the company states.
- SPRING’s integrated machining process: NCSIMUL SOLUTIONS range is now accessible and mobile to anyone involved in the production process, throughout the workshop. It is fully synchronized with production devices (machine-tools and NC, measurement benches, etc.). For example, access to documentation in the machining environment and real machine operation display are automated, eliminating the need to download documentation as a separate task.