IMTS 2022 Conference: Automation and Monitoring as a Subsequent Technology to Optimize Utilization
Automation and Monitoring as a Subsequent Technology to Optimize Utilization as Heidenhain Corp.
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IMTS 2022 Conference: Automation and Monitoring as a Subsequent Technology to Optimize Utilization

Learn how automation and monitoring can optimize utilization.

About the presentation
We’ll discuss new computer numerical controls (CNC) and process monitoring technology, focusing on the digital twin with dynamic collision monitoring and machine component monitoring with overall process monitoring. Attendees will learn how to make the digital shop floor a reality using the latest CNC motion control technology, related software and hardware components, and modern 5-axis machining centers. We’ll discuss important process steps from program preparation to part setup and in process monitoring. The presentation will conclude with an explanation on how the overall process monitoring can help improve process reliability and keep the machine usability rate high.

Registration
Powered by AMT and managed by GIE Media, The IMTS 2022 Conference features 69 different sessions you won’t want to miss so register today. Focused on a range of topics that include process innovation, plant operations, quality/inspection, and automation, The IMTS 2022 Conference addresses improving productivity; improving part quality; and developing a stable, competent workforce to lower the cost of manufacturing in the United States and create new levels of market demand.

Meet your presenter
Gisbert Ledvon is the director of business development, machine tool for Heidenhain Corp. in North America. With more than 25 years of corporate industrial machine business experience, Ledvon is responsible for growing the CNC control and the digital manufacturing solutions of the Heidenhain business. Prior to joining Heidenhain, Ledvon served as the director of business development and the applications manager for GF Machining Solutions (formerly AgieCharmilles). He is a regular contributor to technical articles in key trade magazines and has contributed several chapters about “Electrical Discharge Machining Technology” (EDM) for the McGraw-Hill Manufacturing Engineering Handbook, published in 2004 and 2016.

About the company
Heidenhain develops and produces linear encoders, angle encoders, rotary encoders, and CNCs for demanding positioning tasks. Rounding out its product portfolio are touch probes, camera systems, length gages, digital readouts, signal converters, testing devices, and inspection devices. Its practical software solutions for the digital shop floor empower end users to fully digitalize their manufacturing ecosystem. Heidenhain products are primarily used in high-accuracy machine tools and manufacturing and processing systems for electronic components.