XXL Machines Shine in New, Modern Design
DMG MORI’s two XXL machines, the DMU 200 gantry and DMU 340 gantry, are pulling the crowds at its booth, not just due to their large size and five-axis simultaneous machining capabilities, but also because of the new stealth design.
DMG MORI’s two XXL machines, the DMU 200 gantry and DMU 340 gantry, are pulling the crowds at , not just due to their large size and five-axis simultaneous machining capabilities, but also because of the new design.
For DMG MORI, “Design Thinking" is an essential approach that the company follows in order to unite different requirements of construction, production and the user. According to the company, a good design must first and foremost bring functional added value and reflect the value and quality of all products to the outside world.
The influence of design is particularly important for DMG MORI at the human-machine interface (HMI). The design makes a significant contribution for the user to be able to carry out their work processes with increased efficiency in an ergonomical environment. For example, DMG MORI says that the arrangement of doors and flaps are taken into account in the design, the result of which which simplifies regular maintenance and contributes to the longevity of the product.
In addition to production- and assembly-compatible design, the focus is primarily on the needs and ergonomic requirements of users in their work processes, the company explains. The principle of sustainable design applies to the machine design, it must convey modernity and innovation to the customer even years later. DMG MORI’s new Stealth design unites all that.
All surfaces, joints and edges represent an unmistakably intentional design in their interaction. Apart from the DMU 200 Gantry and DMU 340 Gantry, the new Stealth design can also be seen on the Lasertec 30 SLM during the show.