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8/3/2017

Presetting, Measuring Machine Works in Digital, Networked Environments

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EMO 2017: Zoller will showcase its Venturion presetting and measuring machine, which is designed for process reliability in a digital, networked environment and is also offered with BIS-V RFID technology for data transfer to the machine.

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Zoller will showcase its Venturion presetting and measuring machine, which is designed for process reliability in a digital, networked environment and is also offered with BIS-V RFID technology for data transfer to the machine. The machine’s modular Pilot 3.0 software is designed to measure and set any type of tool, and its tool management solution facilitates tool data management, storage location management and communication with external systems. A tool assembly assistant software function enables customized tool assembly and traceability of tool components. Other features include 3D core and 3D editor for digital replications in 3D.

The company will feature its Smile presetting and measuring machine; three individually available software packages, Inspector for tool inspection, Communicator for exchanging data with the machine and Commander for tool management; and its software-supported Smart Cabinets, which are designed for transparent and efficient storage of single components, complete tools, consumables and accessories.

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