The meeting point for expert know-how: The TNC Club
If you work with a HEIDENHAIN control, then the TNC Club Lounge is just the spot for you! Here you can swap ideas with experts, learn about interesting and exclusive training opportunities, and network with your peers.
We'll gladly show you directly on the TNC7 how quickly and easily the intuitive operation and task-oriented functions of this new control lead you to perfect machining results.
Talk to our digitalization experts about the software solutions offered by the Digital Shop Floor from HEIDENHAIN and their advantages for your company. For example, StateMonitor, PlantMonitor or the Digital Twin.
Let us advise you on how you can utilize your production resources even more efficiently. Because when your processes become more reliable, you become more productive!
So come to the TNC Club Lounge, relax for a bit away from the noise of the show, and enjoy some coffee specialties prepared by our barista.
We're looking forward to seeing you in person at the trade shows; not just in Germany, but also in the U.S., Italy, Netherlands, France and England. Personally meet your contact partners from the TNC Club.
The Digital Shop Floor from HEIDENHAIN
Software, consultation and services for a 360° view of your shop floor
The Digital Shop Floor: solutions for greater efficiency, transparency and reliability
The Digital Shop Floor from HEIDENHAIN bundles hardware, software, consulting, and services for digitalizing your entire production operation. These solutions can be combined as needed and don’t require cloud computing. Based on HEIDENHAIN expertise in shopfloor processes, the Digital Shop Floor gives small to medium-sized companies a digital 360° view of their processes, from initial quoting to quality control and shipment.
StateMonitor: transparent production processes, increased productivity
The StateMonitor software from HEIDENHAIN delivers a real-time window into the production status of your machine tools. It collects and intuitively displays data from your machines on your PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Acquiring machine data through StateMonitor gives you valuable data for evaluating key metrics and program run-times as well as deriving potential for optimizing your production processes.
PlantMonitor: Combine and analyze machines and multiple instances of StateMonitor
PlantMonitor is the new solution from the Digital Shop Floor at HEIDENHAIN for companies that already use multiple instances of StateMonitor and would like to consolidate and analyze data from multiple production areas in one place. Now machines situated in different production halls or even at completely different locations can also be networked. The machine data coming from a much larger range of machines forms the solid foundation for making decisions, reacting to changes and implementing enduring process improvements.
New: PartCalculator for calculating times and costs
Use your 3D models and technical drawings of milled parts to calculate times and costs. PartCalculator from HEIDENHAIN uses derived component properties and other information, such as machine data, material, or unit numbers, to estimate the expected production times and manufacturing costs. So it’s much easier for you to prepare your offers.
Digital Twin: realistic simulation for reliable production processes
The Digital Twin from HEIDENHAIN is a realistic model of a machine tool for use on your programming station. Live demonstrations will showcase the user-friendly and powerful interplay of the Digital Twin, StateMonitor, and OCM within a digital process chain. The moderators will use a Digital Twin to program a workpiece, upload it online to the new control, start the program via StateMonitor, and machine the part with OCM.
The HEIDENHAIN Automation Solution is a modular system for universal tool and workpiece automation. Automated equipment operators benefit from intuitive control of their automation solution without extensive training. Machine manufacturers and automation providers value the solution’s field-proven components and flexible adaptability.
OPC UA NC Server: exchange data reliably in paperless production
The HEIDENHAIN OPC UA NC Server is a standardized and platform-independent communication interface for safely integrating machine tools into networked production. It ensures reliable processes in paperless production and saves time since it networks the HEIDENHAIN control with other equipment on the shop floor, such as tool presetters, or with StateMonitor. Your benefits:
Using resources efficiently HEIDENHAIN reduces your TCO and CO2 footprint
Gain productive time and reduce costs
Use your resources more efficiently and reduce costs at the same time: HEIDENHAIN offers numerous exciting solutions for this. For example, the TS 460 workpiece touch probe makes it possible to reduce probing times by up to 30%, freeing up valuable productive time for the machinist. In many cases, the LC linear encoders and RCN angle encoders with optimized optics work just fine without any compressed air. This simplifies the sealing air system, thereby reducing system costs as well as the machine's CO2 footprint.
Encoders for each axis ensure process reliability and save costs
Linear and angle encoders from HEIDENHAIN and AMO offer more than highly accurate position measurement for perfect machining results starting with a lot size of just one piece. Thanks to the optimized optics, the new generation of LC and RCN sealed encoders requires less sealing air, thus reducing the CO2 footprint of a machine tool by up to 99%. The new rotational speed sensor from AMO stores the spindle's operating status data, thereby enhancing the diagnostic possibilities for optimal maintenance cycles and a longer operational lifetime.
The LB 383C sealed linear encoder from HEIDENHAIN is the new specialist for position measurement on machines with long axes. Its scanning unit is particularly tolerant to contamination and at the same time is very rigid in the measuring direction, thereby ensuring better process reliability and machine performance. The LB 383C also saves money, since its profiles are adapted to those of the LC 200 linear encoders. This not only reduces the amount of stock you need, but also obviates the need for special connecting pieces for compressed air.
Monitor tools and workpieces during the process, gain valuable productive time
Touch probes for tools and for workpieces, the VT 121 vision system for tool inspection as with the human eye, and the new TD 110 tool breakage detector – not only do these solutions from HEIDENHAIN increase process reliability in your production department, but the automated and time-saving in-process inspection in the work envelope also frees up valuable productive time for you. For example, how about 30% faster probing times with the TS 460?
The new RVM 4000: measure rotary tables and swivel axes
How good is the positioning accuracy of your rotary table or swivel axes? The new convenient RVM 4000 comparator measuring system from HEIDENHAIN provides a fast and accurate answer. Acceptance testing in accordance with ISO 230-2, for example, becomes easy to perform on the shop floor.
Reduce connection costs, and boost machine availability
Can a signal converter from HEIDENHAIN lower the cost of connecting a machine? How can HEIDENHAIN encoders contribute to Condition Monitoring? Our videos reveal how the EIB 5000 and the EIB 3392 reduce cabling and inventory needs.
You’ll also learn how HEIDENHAIN encoders support high-level Condition Monitoring through online diagnostics and operating data, thereby increasing machine availability.
Optimized Contour Milling (OCM) gives you nearly unlimited trochoidal milling possibilities. After you’ve defined the contour, the control automatically calculates the best trochoidal milling strategy, letting you apply this highly efficient milling process to a much wider range of workpieces for greater productivity and less tool wear.
Designed for machine tools: highly-dynamic motors from HEIDENHAIN and ETEL
Motors have a major impact on the accuracy and surface quality of machine tools. Key criteria include the motor’s maximum torque, the torque ripple, and the inertia ratio between the motor and its load, all of which are particularly well-matched in the motors of HEIDENHAIN and ETEL.