Digital Steel, a part of Sweden’s Höganäs Group, has launched the DMS-LNX 1.0 Management Panel Interface. The system, co-developed with automation companion Siemens, is alleged to offer an entire overview of ongoing construct processes, with the power to assessment particular particulars and obtain alerts and prompts.
“Producing tens of millions of components in-house has taught us loads about this course of,” acknowledged Christian Lönne, CEO of Digital Steel. “It turned clear to us early on that efficiently industrialising steel Binder Jetting [BJT] isn’t just concerning the printer, but in addition about automating all the method steps.”
As a complete system provider, Digital Steel hopes to understand the total potential of steel BJT as a longtime expertise for industrialisation and serial manufacturing. With the latest launches of two new course of line machines – DPS 1000 for computerized de-powdering, and PPS 1000 for closed-powder dealing with – the corporate is alleged to have progressed in direction of its purpose of hands-free manufacturing.
Digital Steel Binder Jetting relies on the corporate’s personal serial manufacturing expertise, and closed loop manufacturing is predicted to ship a strong, dependable, utterly digital answer for quite a lot of industries and markets
“This can allow us to ship a really digital manufacturing expertise,” continues CTO Hans Kimblad. “The launch of DMS-LNX 1.0 gives a superb base for implementing a digital thread via the whole manufacturing course of.”
The brand new applied sciences from Digital Steel will likely be showcased at Formnext, the place guests can remotely view machines at work in Sweden from the Digital Steel (Corridor 12, D101) and Siemens (12.1, D81) stands.