Siemens Industry, Inc.
390 Kent Ave.
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 US
Machine Tool Division
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Siemens, Stratasys Form Partnership to Incorporate AM into Traditional Production
The companies argue that additive manufacturing ought to occupy an increasingly familiar role in volume production environments.
Slideshow: Trends and Technology at IMTS 2016
The size and scope of a show like IMTS makes it impossible to cover everything of interest, but here's a taste of the technology and trends we were taking note of this year.
CNC Operator Panels Reduce Chance of Incorrect Entries
Siemens Industry’s Sinumerik Blackline OP 015 Black and OP 019 Black operator panels are designed for the Sinumerik 840D sl CNC system and offer new options for machine operation.
Additive + Subtractive Won’t Need Further CNC Advances
Today’s control technology is ready for these machines, and for more challenging integrations than this.
Family of CNC Models Streamlines Setup of Automated Cells
Siemens introduces its family of Sinumerik 828 CNC units.
CNC Software Better Supports Multitasking Operations
Version 4.7 of the Sinumerik Operate graphical user interface (GUI) from Siemens is designed to improve machine tool multitasking.
CNC Enables Four-Axis Turning without CAD/CAM System
The expanded contour machining cycle for Siemens’s Sinumerik controls now facilitates four-axis turning on lathes, enabling two turning tools, opposite one another, to machine a workpiece simultaneously for reduced machining time.
Integrating Robot Programming into the CNC: One Example
This combination of robotics, CNC, workholding and machine tool technologies resulted in a streamlined way to integrate and program an automated machine-tending process.
Sophisticated Software for Solid Gear Design
Whether your computer platform is standalone or part of a suite, desktop or on the cloud, there’s a gear design package developed specifically to meet your needs.
CNCs Handle Milling, Turning Operations
Siemens’ panel-based Sinumerik 828D and Sinumerik 828D Basic compact CNCs are designed for milling and turning operations.
Operator Interface Equipped with Functions for CNC Turning, Milling
Siemens has added three new functions to its Sinumerik Operate graphical user interface for turning and milling machines.
Video: C-Axis Interpolation for Turning on a Machining Center
Controlling spindle revolution in time with the helical feed enables a single-point tool to “turn” the bore of this part.
The Foundry's Way Forward
An established supplier of short-run castings just opened and staffed a new, fully equipped, in-house CNC machine shop. Taking ownership of machining will improve the company’s range of services to customers as well as its quality control.
January 2015 Product Spotlight Slideshow: Robots & Automation
The January product spotlight includes automated solutions for machine tending, welding and more.
Standardized CNC Improves Production of Power-Generation Equipment
Voith Hydro standardized the majority of its machines with a CNC platform from Siemens Industry Inc. to help machine a variety of large, complex parts.
Technology Package Optimizes Robot Loading/Unloading
Siemens’ Run MyRobot technology package facilitates high-speed workpiece and tool handling via robots.
Video: "Technology Applied"—Adventure Episode
For students considering a career in manufacturing: This virtual field trip to the biggest manufacturing event in North America shows the manufacturing technology used to make components for bikes, a jet boat and the Mars rover.
CNCs Enable Small- and Large-Scale Production
The Sinumerik 828D family of CNCs from Siemens includes the 828D Basic T and 828D Basic M controllers.
Brochure Highlights Aerospace Offerings
Siemens Industry offers a brochure covering its products and services for the aerospace industry, ranging from product design and production planning to execution and service resources.
Symposium Explores Manufacturing Resurgence
The Manufacturing in America Symposium will take place March 19-20.