Start into the New Year with five new World Premieres from DMG / Mori Seiki, unveiled in Germany.
At the beginning of February, DMG / MORI SEIKI expects around 5,000 visitors to the Open House at DECKEL MAHO Pfronten. On top of the exhibition program with its 60 high-tech machines in operation, among them five world premieres, an attractive series of seminars and lectures is on offer.
DMG / MORI SEIKI starts the year 2012 with a large traditional open house: As the largest supplier of the GILDEMEISTER group, DECKEL MAHO Pfronten GmbH provides, February 7-11, 2012, the perfect setting for presenting the innovative machine program – including five world premieres. DMG / MORI SEIKI expects more than 5,000 trade visitors from all over the world to this event offering them a showcase in the field of machine tools in addition to an extensive seminar program.
Combining innovative technologies and the worldwide as well as highly qualified sales and service network, DMG / MORI SEIKI offers their customers a unique range of services in the field of chip-producing manufacturing technologies. This is also demonstrated by the company exhibition at DECKEL MAHO Pfronten. Among the 60 machine tools, which will be presented live in operation by the manufacturer team, the trade visitors will come across numerous technological innovations.
Users in the machining industry are faced with the challenge of increasing efficiency and productivity. For this reason, machine tools must be powerful as well as versatile and flexible.
The highlight in the field of horizontal centres is the new DMC 60 H linear, which is characterised by high precision and is furthermore extremely fast and dynamic. Another interesting feature of this new development is the option to also perform 5-axis machining with a swivel rotary table.
The impressive exhibition also features the new NHX 4000 in the field of horizontal centres from the cooperation partner Mori Seiki. The horizontal machining centre can in future be optionally equipped with the Siemens 840D solutionline or the MAPPS IV control, whereby DECKEL MAHO Pfronten GmbH has in the meantime started production for the European market within the scope of DMG and Mori Seiki’s cooperation. Mori Seiki itself will emphasise the impressive range of new possibilities in the field of horizontal machining centres with its larger horizontal centres NHX5000, NHX5500 and NHX6300.
An impressive example for the milling-turning competence of DECKEL MAHO is the DMU 85 FD monoBLOCK, which will attract a lot of interest from the trade visitors. Furthermore, the universal machining centre DMC 65 monoBLOCK with pallet changer is another example for the fascinating possibilities of the up to 5-axis simultaneous machining in production.
The fourth new development in the league of world premieres is the DMU 80 eVo with pallet changer from DECKEL MAHO Seebach. To the usual excellent milling performance of this machine generation more impressive features are added such as the fast changeover cycles for short idle times and extremely compact construction for minimal space requirements.
The quintet of world premieres is completed by the new CTX beta 800 4A from GILDEMEISTER Drehmaschinen GmbH. Decisive features are the usage of two turrets in combination with the integrated cross stroke of the counter spindle tailstock combination. Innovative details like the “TRIFIX” precision interface for minimum tool setup times or the DirectDrive (to be integrated optionally) round off the positive overall picture.
The cooperation partner Mori Seiki impresses its visitors above all with the performance of its turning and milling machines from the new X-class, which already caused a stir at the EMO in Hanover. The NLX2500SY/700 targets the field of classic universal turning, which is however complemented by the possibilities of complex milling with powered tools based on BMT technology. Furthermore, turning without limits and milling with B-axis in one setup is the domain of the NTX series. Within this context, the NTX1000 focuses on highly accurate complete machining of smaller components for example in the field of medical engineering, while the NTX2000/1500SZ with counter spindle and bottom turret as second tool mount sets new standards in flexible machining of complex precision components.
However, the professional competence of DMG / MORI SEIKI is not just reflected in the machine tools presented at the open house. In ten technology seminars, customers and trade visitors are introduced to future-oriented topics in more detail, amongst others from the fields of 5-axis machining, aerospace, automotive HBZ or LASERTEC.
The topic of energy efficiency additionally runs like a thread through all facts of the open house. More fuel-efficient machine technologies, energy-saving manufacturing processes or automatic shutdown routines are just as popular as new software tools and service products for a sustainable increase of energy efficiency in developing, manufacturing and using machine tools. DMG / MORI SEIKI regards itself as directly responsible to support and promote the trend towards environmentally oriented usage of resources together with their customers.