Siemens Industry Inc.

390 Kent Avenue

Elk Grove Village, IL US

Machine Tool Division


A Message from Siemens Industry Inc.

Company Profile

Expect more from your CNC investment.

Get a higher Return on CNC.

Greater Return on MachinesIncrease machine speed, capacity and quality. “Our feed rates have already approached two hundred inches per minute and what comes out of the machine is a part cut in much less time, and that offers repeated high quality to the customer.”  -- Tim Rietsma, True Die, Inc.

Greater Return on Operations

Improve operating efficiencies shop-wide. “Our CNC technology purchases are based on where we want to be in ten years.

Greater Return on People

Uplift the productivity of your people. “The machinists that run our machines are professionals, they’re not button pushers, and with the SINUMERIK Operate interface, we can now rely on them to control and program certain parts right on their machines, while we programmers work on the more complex projects.” -- Tim Hayden, Major Tool & Machine, Inc.

As Seen In Modern Machine Shop

Machining in America 2018 to be Held in Detroit
Siemens and Electro-Matic are hosting the event March 14-15, focusing on collaboration and digitalization.

Automation Software Digitizes Subtractive, Additive Part Manufacturing
Siemens is releasing the latest version of the NX software for additive manufacturing, CNC machining, robotics and quality inspection, enabling the digitization of part manufacturing within a single, integrated end-to-end system.

Siemens Sinumerik Operate

CNC Interface Facilitates Manufacture of Complex Workpieces
Siemens Industry’s Sinumerik Operate integrates HMI-Advanced, ShopMill and ShopTurn into a single machine tool user interface.

CCAM Secures Funding to Build Apprenticeship Academy
The state and federal funds will be used to construct an academy that will create industry-driven curricula to enhance advanced manufacturing in Virginia.

CNC with part model on the screen

How Control Over Part Data Will Expand and Simplify Supply Chains
Digital rights management for manufactured part files will enable OEMs to enforce manufacturing requirements at a distance, as an alternative to in-person certification of suppliers.

Siemens Program Helps Partners Develop IoT Solutions
The MindSphere Partner Program leverages open platform-as-a-service capabilities and enables partners to develop business and technology solutions.

Data encryption secures digital value chain

Siemens Partners with Identify3D for Manufacturing IP Theft Protection
ID3D has integrated its security and traceability technology into the Sinumerik CNC and Siemens PLM portfolio for data encryption and decryption.

Siemens' Sinumerik 4.8 CNC software

CNC Software Compensates for Axis Nodding
Siemens is releasing new functions with its Sinumerik 4.8 CNC software, designed to significantly improve the speed, precision and safety of machine tools.

machine and computer screen

What Is an IIoT Platform?
The foundation of data-driven manufacturing is an IIoT platform: the hardware and software package that connects devices and equipment and enables management of data flows and applications.

Robot arm and control

CNC Directly Incorporates Robot Controls
As a result of a cooperative agreement with Comau, Siemens offers the jointly-engineered Sinumerik Run MyRobot DirectControl enabling the integration of robot kinematics into a CNC system.

demo center and lab at the DMDII

The DMDII Is a Showcase for Digital Manufacturing
A tour of Siemens’ Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute in Chicago revealed the potential scope of the “digital enterprise” concept. 

Dr. Wolfgang Heuring, CEO of Siemens AG's Motion Control Business Unit, and Dr. Jimmy Chu, Chairman of the Fair Friend Group

Siemens, FFG Partner to Consolidate Machine Tool Digitalization Efforts
The effort joins Siemens’ Digital Enterprise Suite and MindSphere operating system with the Taiwanese manufacturer’s machine tool technology.

Omative AVCM algorithm

CNC Software Is the Sensor
Recent developments in CNC technology enable the use of add-on software for monitoring cutting conditions in the machine tool.

Siemens Sinumerik CNC

Control Technology Provider Demonstrates How CNC Advances Factory Digitalization
How users and builders of machine tools can benefit from factory digitalization and integration is the main theme of the Siemens booth at EMO 2017. Highlights include enhancements to the company’s Sinumerik CNC software as well as the introduction of MindSphere, a cloud-based platform for hosting applications that enable manufacturing companies to more fully digitalize their operations.

Siemens' Sinumerik 828D CNC with software version 4.7 and the PPU 2xx.3

CNC Enables Simultaneous Machining with Two Tools
Siemens has expanded the scope of its Sinumerik 828D CNC family with software version 4.7 and the PPU 2xx.3.

Siemens previews its 2017 EMO exhibit at a press event in Chicago

Siemens Outlines Five Stages of Digitalization in EMO 2017 Preview
Siemens presented five stages of digitalization with end-to-end solutions from its integrated portfolio at a preview of its 2017 EMO exhibit.

ribbon cutting at expanded TAC

Siemens Expands Its Technical Application Center
The facility’s machine lab now has three milling machines, a turning center, a robotics center and an NX-CAM training station.

machine tool collision visualizations

ModuleWorks, Siemens Partnership Adds Collision Avoidance to CNCs
The latter’s Sinumerik 840D sl controller can now be equipped with the former’s real-time crash-detection and collision avoidance software.

Platform as a Service Bundles IoT Services for Manufacturers
Siemens has made an initial release of its MindSphere – Siemens Cloud for Industry, a key element of the company’s Digital Enterprise software suite.

Siemens Sinumerik blackline panels

CNC Panels Promote Clear, Efficient Operation
Eastec 2017: Siemens will present its Sinumerik 15" and 19" blackline panels for its Sinumerik 840D sl control system.

Product Categories of Siemens Industry Inc.

Communications Networks, & Data Transmission Equipment
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Software (Sold Independent of Hardware)
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Units
Conference, Seminar or Exhibition Organizers
Direct or Distributive Numerical Control (DNC) Systems
Linear Servo Motors
Machine Monitoring Systems
Maintenance & Repair
Non-Servo Electric Motors (Including Spindles, Drive Units, & Power Feeds)
Programmable Logic Controls (PLC)
Retrofitting, Rebuilding, Remanufacturing Services
Robot Controllers
Rotary Servo Motors
Software, CAD/CAM
Software, Database Management
Software, NC Program Optimization
Software, NC Verification
Software, Nesting
Software, Post Processors, Stand-Alone (Sold Independent of CAM System)
Software, Tool Design
Tool Condition Monitoring Systems

Trade Names

ePS Network Services
Motion Control Information System
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Siemens Retrofit
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Virtual Production
Weiss Spindle Technology
Weiss Spindles