How you can apply

 Automatic Process Monitoring to replace worn tools, avoid crashes, and reduce costs with lean manufacturing

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS INCLUDE:

MULTI-SPINDLE AUTOMATICS AND DIAL MACHINES

Use STRAIN/FORCE sensors on cam levers to monitor changes in force

Use ACOUSTIC EMISSION and VIBRATION sensors on tool holders, slides and spindles to monitor tool wear and breakage

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   SMALL DRILLS AND MILLS    < 0.080" [2 mm]

Use ACOUSTIC EMISSION sensors to monitor tool wear and breakage

Sensors can be mounted on workholding unit or use fluid transducer

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TURNING, BORING, AND FORM TOOLS ON CNC LATHES AND AUTOMATIC MACHINES

Use POWER CONSUMPTION Sensors on Spindle Motors to measure overloads, tool wear and breakage

Use STRAIN and ACOUSTIC EMISSION sensors on turrets, tool holders and slides to monitor tool wear and breakage

Program for different tools and times in machine cycle

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DRILLS AND MILLS > 0.080" [2 MM] ON CNC AND AUTOMATIC MACHINES

Use POWER CONSUMPTION Sensors on Spindle Motors to measure overloads, tool wear and breakage

Use ACOUSTIC EMISSION and VIBRATION sensors on workpiece clamping to monitor tool wear and breakage

Program for different tools and times in machine cycle

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Contact us to see how to monitor your application.

Ask about a trial installation.

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