Machine Control Providers at IMTS 2018 to Focus on Connected Systems

Job shops don’t have the luxury of scrapping multiple parts to refine a program. They need the first part to be a good part. Achieving this goal has become a bigger challenge as designers have increased part complexity to take advantage of expanding machine capabilities.
“Job shops have to keep pace with new control technology to keep scrap rates low,” said Gisbert Ledvon, TNC Business Development Manager, Heidenhain Corporation. “Continuing to use outdated controls…



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