Connected Machining Catalog A Must Have For Manufacturers

HEIDENHAIN CORPORATION offers its “Connected Machining” catalog detailing solutions that place the TNC operator at the center of digital order management and networked with all production-related areas. Connected Machining deliberately makes control of the machine in the workshop the focal point of digital order management. HEIDENHAIN is therefore consistently pursuing what it already began with its established TNC control.

 

A simple HEIDENHAIN TNC control system with its standard functions integrated into the company network via Ethernet offers a wide range of options for receiving and using digital job data directly on the control. Beyond this, the following control solutions and options are now also offered:

Fierce AI Week

Register today for Fierce AI Week - a free virtual event | August 10-12

Advances in AI and Machine Learning are adding an unprecedented level of intelligence to everything through capabilities such as speech processing and image & facial recognition. An essential event for design engineers and AI professionals, Engineering AI sessions during Fierce AI Week explore some of the most innovative real-world applications today, the technological advances that are accelerating adoption of AI and Machine Learning, and what the future holds for this game-changing technology.

 

  • The StateMonitor software creates transparent processes through data acquisition and data analysis.
  • The Remote Desktop Manager (option 133) allows access to PCs and the installed software right at the control
  • The HEIDENHAIN DNC interface (option 18) connects the control to enterprise-resource planning and production-activity control systems
  • The Extended Workspace display provides clear representation and processing of the job data on the machine

Free of charge, the catalog is available for download.

Read more on

Suggested Articles

Fact.MR sees global growth for current sensors at 8% a year through 2030. The situation for ADAS sensors is bleak for now, but up over a decade.

Broadband gaps include rural areas and poor neighborhoods and at-home student access, ITIF notes in new report

HP leads the pack, but Apple sees 36% surge in notebooks, desktops compared to a year ago