12/04/2019|Metalloobrabotka 2019

Strengthening the Russian market with latest CNC technology

At Metalloobrabotka DMG MORI underlines their ambitions of leading Russia into the future of machine tool manufacturing by strengthening their local production and offering innovative machining technologies like automation solutions and ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING.

  • Local Production: Three new DMG MORI Technology Cycles for ECOLINE machines
  • Automation: More value creation through integral automation
  • ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: Four complete process chains for powder bed and powder nozzle technology
  • WorldSkills 2019: DMG MORI provides 45 machines in Kazan

Being the most important and traditional exhibition in Russia the 20th Metalloobrabotka in Moscow from 27. to 31. May 2019 is the platform for DMG MORI to present themselves and their innovative portfolio to Russian customers. Operating a state-of-the-art production plant in Ulyanovsk and the DMG MORI Technology and Solution Center in Moscow the machine tool manufacturer underscores its status as a local producer and its role as a leader of innovation on the Russian market. DMG MORI will be showing latest developments in the field of digitization, for example CELOS and new DMG MORI Technology Cylces for their locally produced ECOLINE machines. Additionally, automation solutions like the Robo2Go and the PH 150 pallet handling are of major importance as well as the future topic ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING, which will be demonstrated on a LASERTEC 30 SLM 2nd Generation. Another highlight in 2019 will be the WorldSkills 2019 in Kazan. DMG MORI is global partner of this event providing 45 machines in CNC milling, CNC turning, die & mold, reverse engineering and 3D prototyping.

Integrated Digitization: CELOS and exclusive DMG MORI Technology Cycles

DMG MORI will be presenting pathways towards Industry 4.0 at Metalloobrabotka under the catchphrase Integrated Digitization.

As a pioneer of digitalization in the area of machine tool manufacturing, DMG MORI continues to consider it a strategic future-oriented field. The technology leader will present pathways towards Industry 4.0 at Metalloobrabotka under the catchphrase Integrated Digitization. The core fields are the app-based control and operating system CELOS, exclusive technology cycles and Powertools for digital work preparation. DMG MORI Technology Cycles simplify the programming of machining processes and optimize entire manufacturing processes. With these cycles, even complex machining steps can be programmed directly on the machine via dialogues, simply by entering parameters. This is a visualized, interactive and user-friendly form of programming, which results in significant timesaving in production. DMG MORI has been concentrating on the continuous further development of exclusive Technology Cycles, of which there are now 34, based on its extensive application experience.

Local Production: Three new DMG MORI Technology Cycles for ECOLINE machines

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The state-of-the-art production plant in Ulyanovsk underscores DMG MORI’s status as a local producer and its role as a leader of innovation on the Russian market.

DMG MORI’s state-of-the-art production plant in Ulyanovsk and the DMG MORI Technology and Solution Center in Moscow both underscore the machine tool manufacturer’s status as a local producer and its role as a leader of innovation on the Russian market. Since the opening of Ulyanovsk MT in 2015, the development of the Russian production site has been increasingly successful every year reaching its climax so far in 2018. Full cycle assembly, spindle assembly for locally produced machines, and the production of hydraulic systems have been major milestones over the past two years. Now, DMG MORI also offers new technology cycles for their ECOLINE machines: MPC 2.0, Alternating Speed, and 3D quickSET.

DMG MORI also offers new technology cycles for their ECOLINE machines: MPC 2.0, Alternating Speed, and 3D quickSET.

MPC 2.0 – Machine Protection Control – monitors vibration and torque in the process and ensures a rapid shutdown in case of a crash. This reduces damages as well as the risk of tool breakage and increases the machine availability. The technology cycle Alternating Speed works with the main spindle and counter spindle or for milling machines with FD tables with DirectDrive. By adapting the speed, it avoids vibration. Thus, it increases process safety for example when using long thin drills. Alternating Speed is easy to operate through three parameters and without additional sensors. No manual intervention by the operator is needed and it allows an identical repeatability for all components. The third new DMG MORI Technology Cycle is called 3D quickSET, a toolkit for checking and correcting the kinematic accuracy of 4- and 5-axis machine configurations available for all head variations and table axes. It offers periodic recalibration of the machine with comprehensive documentation and highest kinematic accuracy in self-regulation.

DMG MORI machines retrofit service at Ulyanovsk MT

Full cycle assembly, spindle assembly for locally produced machines, and the production of hydraulic systems have been major milestones over the past two years.

With all necessary equipment and highly qualified specialists, Ulyanovsk MT announces to the customers in Russia a retrofitting option to boost the performance of DMG MORI machines regardless the year of their manufacturing.

With support of expert knowledge and high-quality products the scope of the services comprises the replacement of the following machine components: spindles, ballscrews, drives, rulers, CNC systems, which results in increase of productivity, speed and machining accuracy, power efficiency, and a new level of production at a minimal cost.

Automation: More value creation through integral automation

Processes can be quickly and easily created with the Robo2Go 2nd Generation even without any knowledge of robot programming.

Automated machines are crucial components of a digital factory and therefore an integral part of intelligent and networked production. DMG MORI sees automation in this way as a strategic future-oriented field. Like all plants in the group, the production plant in Ulyanovsk also assumes an important role in the development and implementation of automation solutions. Its portfolio ranges from technical consultations and budgeting to possible modifications to machines in use and on to include installation and commissioning. The experts in Ulyanovsk also assume other optimizations, the tooling and teaching of robots, so customers receive a complete automation solution from a single source. DMG MORI will demonstrate its automation expertise at Metalloobrabotka using the examples of the turn-mill center CTX beta 800 TC with the flexible Robo2Go and the 5-axis milling machine DMU 50 2nd Generation with PH150 pallet handling.

The 5-axis milling machine DMU 50 2nd Generation with PH150 pallet handling.

ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING: Four complete process chains for powder bed and powder nozzle technology

DMG MORI offers the LASERTEC 30 SLM 2nd Generation for additive manufacturing in the powder bed.

DMG MORI has performed successfully on the market for over five years now with the combination of laser deposition welding and metal-cutting machining on the machines of the LASERTEC 3D hybrid series. In addition to establishing and expanding the digital process chain DMG MORI has also developed to become a full-liner in additive manufacturing. Additive manufacturing will grow enormously during the next years. With their portfolio, DMG MORI is well-prepared for this development. While the LASERTEC 65 3D is geared solely towards laser deposition welding as a complement to existing machining centers on the shop floor, the LASERTEC SLM series – DMG MORI will be showing the LASERTEC 30 SLM 2nd Generation at Metalloobrabotka – expands the portfolio to include the powder bed method using Selective Laser Melting. The two latter series can also be combined with separate machining centers and turning machines from the DMG MORI portfolio, thus allowing the realization of further process chains.

Especially for applications in selective laser, melting DMG MORI offers the new OPTOMET software. It has self-adjusting and learning algorithms that calculate the required parameters of the SLM process in advance within minutes. This means layer thicknesses, for example, can be calculated freely, which in turn enables a faster and therefore more productive build. OPTOMET also has a material database that allows users to use material from all manufacturers without having to test them in advance. The open system also allows independent expansion of the database using the customer’s own experiments. OPTOMET is able to adjust parameters in such a way that material properties, such as hardness, porosity and elasticity, can be changed or optimized.


WorldSkills 2019:
DMG MORI provides 45 machines in Kazan

As an experienced provider of training, DMG MORI has also engaged as a general strategic partner of WorldSkills Russia since 2013 and became the Global Industry Partner of WorldSkills International in 2017. This engagement involves special training courses for the preparation of WorldSkills participants. The education centers operating in partnership with DMG MORI proved in practice the effectiveness of the training programs.

In 2019, WorldSkills takes place in Kazan and DMG MORI is the global partner of this event. The machine tool manufacturer will provide 17 DMU 50 2nd Generation in CNC milling and 17 CTX 310 ecoline in CNC turning. Nine DMC 635 V ecoline will be used in the manufacturing team challenge and in plastic die & mold engineering. For the competitions in reverse engineering and 3D prototyping DMG MORI installs two LASERTEC 30 SLM 2nd Generation. Finally, the field of future skills will be covered with a CTX beta 800 TC automated by a Robo2Go.

Today, there is a great interest of educational institutions and enterprises of Russia in creating a comprehensive solution for personnel training in mechanical engineering. On the basis of the centers established in educational institutions, advanced training is carried out for specialists working with high-tech CNC equipment. Such training centers contribute to introducing and developing new technologies at Russian enterprises.


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