A large portion of expertise is needed if the full potential of modern machine tools is to be utilized optimally. The increasing complexity of applications requires ever more sophisticated machining strategies that can only be realized under conventional conditions with expensive, time-consuming programming. As a competence partner DMG MORI also supports its customers in the preliminary phases of machining production with a large number of exclusive DMG MORI technology cycles. These aid handling, measuring, machining as well as monitoring and result in a time saving of up to 60 percent.
Even in times of increasing automation, workshop-orientated programming plays a significant role especially in the production of single items and small series. There are two reasons why this is so: firstly, it means that skilled workers can put their process expertise to optimum use and secondly, it enables manufacturers to respond immediately to any short-term changes. Whereby special machining cycles for recurring operations minimize the time and effort needed for programming. Standard cycles for turning, milling and boring in particular are included in the scope of performance of modern controls.