Siemens Industry, Inc.

Phone: 847-640-1595
Toll-Free: 800-879-8079
Fax: 847-437-0784

Motion Control Business -- Machine Tools
Please visit: Siemens Industry, Inc.

Mailing Address:
390 Kent Ave.
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 US

A Special Message from Siemens Industry, Inc.

Now, anything is possible in machine tool control and automation...

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Visit us at IMTS booth E-5010 to see the newly expanded SINUMERIK CNC platform.
SINUMERIK Operate HMI expanded for plant-wide performance

At IMTS 2012, Siemens will demonstrate the expanded SINUMERIK CNC platform of control package options, synergistically bringing faster and easier production to all levels of aerospace, automotive, medical and job shop machining.

All SINUMERIK CNC packages feature our advanced Operate interface, for a seamlessly cost-efficient approach to plant-wide machine tool programming, operation and maintenance.The HMI has been widely proven to increase productivity, making the barriers of g-code intensive CNC programming obsolete, and simplifying part setup and machining. 

Uplift the performance of your operations with the most experienced provider of totally integrated automation. Visit us at IMTS booth E-5010 and see demonstrations of our latest machine tool automation products, many of which have been specifically developed to answer the cost-productivity challenges faced by business owners.

Company Profile

You expect more from your machining operations and Siemens answers, with the most innovative CNC solutions. Anything is possible when better technology and problem-solving innovation come together, which is how our company has approached the needs of the machine tool industry.

The Siemens SINUMERIK CNC platform has expanded significantly in recent years, and now offers advanced products and services for every level of CNC based machining -- and of course these are all backed by the most experienced provider of totally integrated automation in the world.

Product Categories of Siemens Industry, Inc.

  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Software (Sold Independent of Hardware)
  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Units
  • Machine Monitoring Systems
  • Retrofitting, Rebuilding, Remanufacturing Services
  • Servo Motors, Linear
  • Servo Motors, Rotary
  • Software, CAD/CAM
  • Software, NC Program Optimization
  • Software, NC Verification
  • Spindles
  • Training of All Types, Including Audiovisual/Internet

Trade Names

  • ePS
  • ePS Network Services
  • ManualTurn
  • MCIS
  • Mechatronics
  • Motion Control Information System
  • power line
  • powerline
  • ShopMill
  • ShopTurn
  • Siemens Retrofit
  • Siemens-Weiss
  • solution line
  • Virtual Production
  • Weiss
  • Weiss Spindle Technology
  • Weiss Spindles


Product Announcements Provided By Siemens Industry, Inc.

NEW! CNC series to be unveiled at the show

As seen in MMS

Symposium Explores Manufacturing Resurgence
The Manufacturing in America Symposium will take place March 19-20.

CNC Improves Accuracy of Milling, Turning Machines
Siemens’ Sinumerik 808D Advanced CNC offers a range of design features said to improve the accuracy, surface finish, safety and communication of the control for basic milling and turning machines.

Siemens to Acquire TESIS PLMware
The acquisition will help Siemens customer integrate the company’s PLM software.

SFS Survey Indicates Rise in Asset Financing
A recent study from Siemens’ Financial Services indicates a growing interest in leasing and renting arrangements for manufacturing equipment.

Servomotors Simplify Field Maintenance
Siemens offers the second generation of its Simotics 1FK7 servomotors, which are configurable to suit a variety of applications.

CNC Provides Energy-Efficiency Options
Siemens' Sinumerik 840D sl CNC provides energy-efficiency options for turning centers.

Siemens and Kuka Announce Cooperation
The companies will integrate products to streamline robotic loading and machining tasks.

Video: Machine Shop of the Future
Siemens produced this attractive video to illustrate what it sees as a likely representation of the machining facility of the future.

CNC Operator Panel for Advanced Machine Tool Applications
Siemens’ OP 019 CNC operator panel enables design integration into the Sinumerik Operate graphical user interface and Sinumerik840D sl CNC for use on milling, turning, grinding, laser-cutting and other machine tools.

Control Package Helps Speed Production
After cutting precision parts in one third of the original time, Task Force Tips was able to justify its initial investment in an Index automatic production lathe fitted with a Siemens control package.

CPU for Compact Modular Controllers
Siemens’ S7-1217C CPU for the Simatic S7-1200 modular controller features the company’s version 4.0 firmware and Profinet iDevice functionality.

Siemens Acquires Preactor
The acquisition will expand Siemens’ software offerings.

Webinar: Easy CNC with Sinumerik Operate: Part 3—Programming Options and Commonality
A free webinar on Thursday, August 22 from Siemens explains programming options for machines with Sinumerik CNCs, including ShopMill, programGuide, CAD/CAM & ISO-compatible mode.

Operator System Enables Direct Connection
Siemens’ Sinumerik OP 019 operating panel can directly connect to the Sinumerik 840D sl CNC control for milling, turning and laser machining with the TCU 30.2 thin client unit, an operator system for CNC applications.

Siemens Launches Thought Leadership Tour
A series of events explores challenges and rising trends in manufacturing.

“CNC Retrofit” Often Means More
This video testimonial provides an inside look at the myriad benefits Major Tool & Machine has realized from a new CNC platform—but like other, similar projects, implementing that platform required a complete motion system overhaul.

Retrofits Done Right
Manufacturers considering anything less than a total motion system upgrade could be selling themselves short.

Automation Summit Site Announced
New Orleans was chosen as the 2013 event location.

Robotics Integration for Workpiece Handling
mxAutomation for Sinumerik CNC is a joint development between Kuka and Siemens for operating both a machine tool and robot from a single control panel.

Lean from the Beginning
How would you design a new plant if you could begin today? Rolls-Royce Crosspointe is a major manufacturing site that was planned from the outset with the expectation that continuous improvement would always be part of its culture.