Three key aspects make ONA’s new IRIS its most advanced EDM machine to date: an unprecedented integration of digital tools, a powerful graphics engine together with easy-to-use touchscreen, and a 100% digital, configurable and programmable generator.
The ONA IRIS offers digital tools that include improvements in terms of data download and transfer, external connections, security, integration with other software, and remote process management. In addition, the IRIS can integrate ONA’s Security Pack, a system that allows for the creation of an administrator, the configuration of different profiles, the limiting of file modification or deletion, as well as the blocking of external access.
Thanks to its graphics engine, users will be able to simulate processes before executing them, verify results, and change the configuration as necessary, all while the machine is in full production of another job. Its large touchscreen also allows for use in tablet mode and, together with a user-friendly interface and digital JOBS manager, ONA says that customers can expect a significantly improved project management experience.
ONA reveals that IRIS has the market’s first CNC that visualises the real execution of a die-sinking job in 3D. The ONA IRIS CNC also displays 3D models of parts and electrodes in a wide variety of file formats, including STEP, IGES, VRML and BREP.
Thanks to the digital JOBS manager with user-friendly interface, operators will be able to manage everything from simple programs to complete manufacturing orders. All the information necessary to process an EDM job can be contained in the JOB, including its priority in the JOBS queue. On the other hand, the large touchscreen and the ability to use it in tablet mode will facilitate the management work of any task.
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