EMO 2023 Turning and milling in one CAM software
Software company Open Mind will focus on turning, milling, and the importance of CAM software and MES in connected manufacturing environments at EMO 2023.
The CAD/CAM manufacturer Open Mind has upgraded its booth at EMO to be larger and feature better media tech than ever before. Located in Exhibition Hall 9 at the Hanover Exhibition Grounds, Booth A05 covers 150 square meters and will be where visitors will get the chance to learn everything there is to know about the Hypermill CAD/CAM suite from 18 to 23 September 2023.
Live demonstrations on a Grob G350T mill-turn machine will be held at the booth to display what the milling-turning technologies of Hypermill Turning Solutions can do. The live demos will also include milling, drilling, and angle head support, as well as how to use a virtual machine to simulate machining of finished NC code. Hypermill Turning Solutions include technologies for turning, turn-milling, and mill-turning, meaning they can be used for all corresponding machine configurations. Last but not least, the company’s demonstrations will also feature automation solutions to help make creating error-free NC programs simpler and faster.
Connected manufacturing will also be on the agenda at EMO — under the motto “Create the future of manufacturing together” — to highlight the important role of the CAM system in a connected manufacturing environment.
The software company will again have a large number of show parts at its booth to help visitors understand what optimised machining looks like. The examples of industries in which Hypermill is particularly valued range from tool and mould making to aerospace and medical technology. There will also be components for equipment in the semiconductor industry on display. These components have to meet particularly high requirements in terms of dimensional accuracy and surface quality.
Open Mind will take part in the Nachwuchsstiftung Maschinenbau’s special education show as a cooperation partner, which will be held in Hall 8 at EMO. The show is expected to attract over 3,500 students and around 1,500 trainers and teachers have been invited to attend. The new generation will have the opportunity to get a firsthand look at the Hypermill CAM system and understand its practical importance for the process chain.