Just two weeks before EMO in Milan, DMG MORI will be showcasing its trade fair highlights at the PRE-EMO Show from September 20 to 25, 2021 at its traditional location in Pfronten.
Just two weeks before EMO in Milan, DMG MORI will be showcasing the trade fair highlights at the PRE-EMO Show from September 20 to 25, 2021 at its traditional location in Pfronten. As this is a hybrid event, the latest development around trends in machine tool manufacturing will be presented both on site and in the form of online presentations via live stream. The exhibition will feature 25 CO2-neutral high-tech machines from the technology leader's broad portfolio, including more than ten holistic automation solutions such as the autonomous tool handling system TH-AGV. DMG MORI will present the related topic of digitalization using the Digital Manufacturing Package as an example. Another highlight is the digital subscription business model PAYZR, which has now been extended to the CLX 450 TC and up2parts. In the area of manufacturing technology, DMG MORI will demonstrate one of its core competencies, technology integration with Mill & Turn and Turn & Mill solutions in conjunction with the technology cycle grinding.
“We are delighted to finally be able to host a trade fair event with personal contacts again after such a long time,” comments Cornelius Nöß, Managing Director of DECKEL MAHO Pfronten, on DMG MORI's first live event after more than a year and a half. He added that the DMG MORI DIGITAL EVENTS had successfully bridged the gap, but that nothing beats the on-site experience. “This is how we can provide the best insights into our highly technologized plant,” Cornelius Nöß points to the Excellence Factory opened in 2020 as an example. There, the machining centers of the monoBLOCK series are produced in a continuous flow assembly with driverless AGV transport system. In view of the current Covid-19 measures, DMG MORI will implement a comprehensive safety concept with the 3G rules, maintain safety distances on the factory premises and limit admission to 500 people per day. Cornelius Nöß commented, “It goes without saying that the safety of all particants is our top priority.”