Invitation to the advanced training of the DIA-@cademy
Ways to Industry 4.0 - In-Process Measurement and Automation
Process automation can significantly reduce total cost of ownership. Especially in measurement technology there is a high potential of such automation possibilities.
By means of examples you get to know the "in-process measurement" in the CNC machine, but also the robot-supported measuring with autonomous measuring cells. Further topics are the construction of digital networks, the saving and processing of measurement data, the management of large amounts of data as well as the testing of thread depths.
Interesting lectures and an exhibition full of practical application examples await you at Schober Messtechnik GmbH in Wolfschlugen!
Please request participation documents from the Schober company address below.
28.11.2019 - 8.30 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Schober Messtechnik GmbH
Tel. +49 7022-73845-0
Fax: +49 7022-73845-20
Automated measurement in CNC machines
Cycle time left? Fill it with 100 % certainty!
Lower total operation costs due to higher degree of automation
100 % inprocess measurement with DIATEST BMD bore gauges – in your CNC machine!
0.001 mm Resolution – the new standard for digital thread depth measurement
0.001 mm Resolution – the new standard for digital thread depth measurement:
TD-Gauge+ DIGITAL – for precise measurement of thread depths and plain bores!
The new Gauge-2Dimensions DYNAMIC WIRELESS
Gauge-2Dimensions DYNAMIC WIRELESS – diameter and depth measurement at the same time!
Measured data are automatically sent wireless to e. g. a computer.
New Company in France
There is a major change in France on 1 December 2018:
DIATEST COME METROLOGIE SARL starts its business operations in St.-Just St.-Rambert (west of Lyon). The company was created from a merger of DIATEST France and COME Métrologie and will sell DIATEST and COME solutions in France.
We cordially welcome our new family members Didier Beaupère (Managing Director), Sylvie Saby (Administration) and Jessica Hamm (Technology and Maintenance)! Of course, "our" Alex Chenevier is also on board, he will continue the successful field service. For those who are interested: the new website is: www.diatest-come.fr