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“Customers are looking for ease of use, intuitive interfaces and automation. The new generation of engineers and users have had a major paradigm shift and are coming into the industry expecting an HMI that allows them to be creative as well as being functional. With DMG Mori’s Celos control and HMI, we are addressing these needs and we are staying on the cutting edge of technology to deliver world-class solu- tions to today’s users as well as the next generation,” said Jeff Wallace, manager-five-axis Center of Excellence. “As in the past, moldmakers are looking to reduce polishing and hand work and to increase consistency and accuracy in their product,” said Wallace. “Advanced control functions, such as the ATC Technology Cycle [Automatic Tuning Cycle] allows the user to choose between multiple roughing, semifinishing and finishing cycles utilizing the same CAM programs and not having to create additional programs for these operations. This gives the CAM program- mers the opportunity to concentrate on the manufacturing processes and optimize the NC code before it is executed


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on the machine. This also allows the moldmakers to utilize their knowledge of moldmaking and leverage the abilities of the machine and optimize the cutting process in real-time, without having to make modifications to the CAM program.” This function enables users to optimize the new generation of linear motion die/mold machines and realize the benefits of high-speed and high-accuracy machining. “We have also seen an incredible increase in automation


inquiries from our customers. With today’s intuitive robot solutions, such as DMG Mori’s Robo2Go platform, we are providing mobile automation solutions that can be pro- grammed from an ‘app’ within the Celos control and gives the user, that is not a traditional ‘robot programmer,’ the ability to quickly and easily program a robot,” Wallace said. “New CAM routines, such as VoluMill, which is inte- grated into several CAM packages, such as OpenMind and Siemens NX, allow the programmer to optimize the toolpath and take advantage of the increased velocities of the new generation of linear drive die/mold machines.


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