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But the system is not just window dressing. The compre- hensive machine control also aims to assist in effi cient manu- facturing management, with documentation and visualization tools, data collection and organization, as well as system


integration. CELOS was also designed with modern advanced manufacturing integration in mind, so it’s compatible with ERP and other systems and it can be networked with CAD/ CAM programs.


CELOS can be installed on all new machine models from both Mori Seiki and DMG, and CELOS-equipped models are now being shipped.


# Productivity Gains


The specific geometry of the Multi-Carb was designed with a large, uneven flute count for a smoother cutting performance that increases tool life and positively impacts cycle times*


* SGS helped an aerospace company


GAIN over 27 days of production


while REDUCING


the cost per part by nearly


78%.


** The Multi-Carb accomplished a tool life of 25 parts with twice the axial engagement where the competitor only obtained 4 parts. This yielded a 625% improvement in tool life and 338% more material removal.


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While CELOS was a major thrust of the event, DMG MORI did also premier several new machines in the US. Among them: two new and improved universal turning machines, the NLX 3000Y/1250 and NLX 4000BY/1500; the four Generation fi ve-axis machining center DMU 80 P duoBLOCK; as well as compact CTX 450 ecoline, an entry- level turning machine.


In concert with the Innovation Days event, BIG Kaiser Precision Tool- ing, Inc., which is located next door, also held Breakfast & Learn events to showcase its latest technologies for tool presetting, deep hole boring and tap- ping, among other processes. ME


Manufacturing Growth Continues


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conomic activity in the manufactur- ing sector expanded in April for the 11th consecutive month, and the overall economy grew for the 59th consecutive month, according to the latest Manufacturing ISM Report On Business released on May 1. The April PMI registered 54.9%, an increase of 1.2 percentage points from March’s reading of 53.7%. Of the 18 manufacturing industries, 17 reported growth in April. The only industry reporting contraction in April was Non- metallic Mineral Products.


The ISM report is based on a survey of purchasing and supply executives,


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