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7/16/2018

Control Interface Focuses on Digital Workflows

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IMTS 2018: The Celos control and user interface from DMG MORI creates a consistent ecosystem for digital production, according to the company.

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The Celos control and user interface from DMG MORI creates a consistent ecosystem for digital production, according to the company. The interface focuses on digital workflows for adaptive production planning and integrated tool management.

The interface’s Open Connectivity feature enables network integration with machines from other manufacturers, technological areas and manual workstations.

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