DMG Mori to focus on automated, digitised manufacturing solutions at AMB

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Innovative solutions for autonomous manufacturing will feature on the DMG Mori stand C10, Hall 10 at AMB 2022 that takes place next month in Stuttgart from 13-17 September.

Twenty-two machines, half of them automated with innovative workpiece or pallet handling, will be displayed across an area of 2,000 m². There will be a full range of CNC prismatic machining and turn-milling solutions, reinforced by further integration of gear cutting and grinding.

In addition to showing the MATRIS Light cobot and the Robo2Go MAX for automating large lathes and turn-mill centres, DMG MORI will premiere the PH Cell Twin for automatically suppling, for example, two DMU 50 5-axis machining centres with up to 30 machine pallets. Two further compact automation solutions will be on display - the WH 3 Cell modular workpiece handling system and the TH-AGV automated guided vehicle, which will be loading tools into a DMC 80 FD 5-axis mill-turn centre.

Digitalisation tools will be demonstrated, from customer-oriented engineering with Digital Twin, through connectivity solutions for open machine-to-machine communication, to intelligent planning and control systems. Completing the portfolio will be TULIP, a no-code app for shop floor operator support, and the successful online service portal my DMG MORI, which 30,000 customers have opted to use since its launch in 2019.

Automation of production is currently the most important topic in machine tool manufacturing, which is why DMG MORI aligns its entire product portfolio with this goal. From standard systems to turnkey projects, it designs and implements holistic manufacturing solutions that increase productivity.

The company will exhibit, among other things, the RPS 14 circular pallet storage system feeding an NHX 5000 horizontal machining centre, as well as the Robo2Go MAX on a CTX gamma 2000 TC lathe and Robo2Go Milling on a DMU 40 eVo vertical machining centre.