Open Mind showcasing hyperMILL at EMO

Open Mindis focusing on turning, milling and the importance of CAM software and MES in connected manufacturing environments at EMO 2023 taking place in Hanover this week (18-23 September). Located in hall 9, stand A05, the 150 sq m booth is Open Mind’s largest ever at EMO.

Live demonstrations are taking place on a Grob G350T mill-turn machine to showcase the multi-tasking capabilities of hyperMILL Tsolutions. The live demos also include milling, drilling and angle-head support, as well as how to use a ‘virtual machine’ to simulate the machining of finished NC code.

Open Mind’s hyperMILL Turningsolutions include technologies for turning, turn-milling and mill-turning, meaning they are suitable for all corresponding machine configurations. Last but not least, the company’s demonstrations also feature automation solutions to help make creating error-free NC programs simpler and faster.

Open Mind has been positioning hyperMILL as a vital building block in the digitalisation of process chains since the acquisition of MES manufacturer Hummingbird in early 2022. Connected manufacturing is also on the agenda at EMO – under the motto ‘Create the future of manufacturing together’ –highlighting the important role of the CAM system in a connected manufacturing environment.

A large number of show parts are present on the booth to help visitors truly understand what optimised machining looks like. The examples of industries in which hyperMILL provides particular value range from tool and mould-making to aerospace and medical technology. There are also components from the semiconductor industry on display. These components have to meet particularly high requirements in terms of dimensional accuracy and surface quality.
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