EMO Milano World premiere of new NZ turning platform

Editor: Alexander Stark

From 4 to 9 October 2021, DMG Mori will be presenting their latest developments in two locations at once: on the company's exhibition stand in Hall 1 and in its EMO Milan showroom, where nine high-technology machine tools will be exhibited, five of them as automated production solutions. The locations, approximately ten kilometers apart, will be connected by a free shuttle service

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With the new NZ platform, DMG MORI is redefining production turning, with up to four turrets and four B-axes in a 17.8 m2 footprint.
With the new NZ platform, DMG MORI is redefining production turning, with up to four turrets and four B-axes in a 17.8 m2 footprint.
(Source: DMG Mori)

The latest developments of DMG Mori will be presented at tow locations during EMO Milano, the highlight being the world premiere of the NZ series for production turning. An automated NZ TRE will be presented in the company's showroom, while the NZ Quattro will attract visitors' interest on the DMG MORI stand at the exhibition. Available in two sizes, the machines redefine productivity and versatility in production turning. The short version is designed for workpieces up to 690 mm in length, while the long version can accommodate parts up to 1,290 mm long. Chucking is possible on both machines up to a diameter of 120 mm, while bar up to 65 mm can be turned. The compact design means that the NZ including a 3-metre bar feeder requires only 17.8 m2 of floor space. A special feature of the NZ platform is the number equipment options, enabling a user to specify a manufacturing solution tailored to his or her exact requirements. Due to the modular machine concept, the machine is offered in NZ DUE, NZ TRE and NZ Quattro versions with two, three or four turrets. Each can act independently and has an 80 mm Y-axis travel and a B-axis swivel of -10 to +100°.

Due to the modular machine concept, the NZ platform includes the NZ DUE, NZ TRE and NZ Quattro with two, three or four turrets.
Due to the modular machine concept, the NZ platform includes the NZ DUE, NZ TRE and NZ Quattro with two, three or four turrets.
(Source: DMG Mori)

The new PAYZR business model for software and equipment as a service will also be a topic of conversation. It allows customers to subscribe to both machine and software solutions at low cost, without risk and flexibly. The machine engineering company announced that it will be demonstrating digitisation as an essential component of future-oriented production using the Digital Manufacturing Package as an example.

The manufacturer offers a total of 53 automation solutions across twelve product lines from a single source. The company will show four manufacturing solutions live in its showroom during EMO. For milling, one is the compact DMP 35 machining centre with the space-saving WH 3 Cell workpiece handling system. The DMU 65 H mono Block with a PH Cell will also be on display. Its pallet handling system is of modular design and can accommodate different pallet sizes according to requirements. For turning, DMG Mori will show the flexible Robo2Go on the CLX 450 TC, a high-performance, entry-level turn-mill centre.

In their efforts to digitise processes, the group offers solutions for networking machine tools and digitisation of the value chain. Users can get off to an easy start with the Digital Manufacturing Package. It includes DMG Mori Connectivity for networking the manufacturer's machines and selected third-party makes, a PLC-independent update to the latest version of Celos, and DMG Mori Messenger.

The Monitoring function shows the current status of all networked machines at a glance, on a PC as well as on mobile devices. The free my DMG Mori customer portal ensures end-to-end digital service processes for their machines, while DMG Mori Netservice enables direct remote communication with customer service.

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