SIEMENS will present its hardware automation and software technology portfolio at IMTS 2022 – at booths 133346 and 433028 – highlighting the first digital-native CNC platform for machine tools, SINUMERIK ONE.
In the Controls and CAD-CAM pavilion (East Hall, booth 133346), Siemens will demonstrate the end-to-end production and installation of a transmission housing and bracket for the eRod, an autonomous electric vehicle that will be in the booth for visitor inspection. The parts are made by additive and subtractive machining processes, including machining, and display kiosks will take visitors through the digital process.
In the Additive pavilion (West Hall, booth 433028), Siemens will demonstrate its CNC implementation into the additive and additive / subtractive production worlds, displaying part production processes from design to the finished part. Visitors can discuss their manufacturing challenges with Siemens to determine the optimal method of part design and manufacturing.
Also demonstrated will be machine tool digitalization that shortens the machine builder’s time-to-market, through Digital Twin technology, where all machine design and operational kinematics are simulated prior to any manufacturing. This development enables savings for the builder and end-user.
With SINUMERIK ONE, the Siemens is driving machine tool digital transformation. The new controller works with software to create the machine controller and the associated digital twin from a single engineering system and so contributes to total integration of hardware and software.
With Create MyVirtual Machine for machine tool builders, and Run MyVirtual Machine for machine users, the new CNC platform is provided with software to create the universal concept of the digital twin, powerful hardware and integrated IT security.
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