DMG Mori offers many different options when it comes to CNC machines, with a wide range of machinery from lathes to milling machines and from small to large CNC machines. DMG Mori combines German and Japanese traditions, precision and technological leadership when building their CNC machines. Want to automate your DMG Mori CNC machine? If so, Cellro loading robots – such as Xcelerate and Elevate – are perfect for automating DMG Mori machines. Cellro has extensive experience in linking DMG Mori machines to automation solutions.
Xcelerate and Elevate can be used with all manner of DMG Mori machines, especially DMG Mori’s DMU Series, which consists of five-axis milling machines, and the MILLTAP Series, consisting of vertical milling machines – both of which we come across regularly during our work. These machines are perfectly suited to automation. One of our current clients has multiple Cellro robot cells each linked to two DMG Mori CNC machines, allowing production to run around the clock. Whether you need to machine large or heavy products, you can do it all with Cellro loading robots.
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By using Xcelerate and Elevate, you can increase the efficiency of both your DMG Mori CNC machine and your employees. DMG Mori is particularly suited for machining light to medium-heavy metals with a high degree of precision. When automating a DMG Mori machine that machines large and heavy products, Elevate is usually the tool of choice. Xcelerate, however, is particularly suited for small and medium-sized series, meaning Xcelerate is flexible in its implementation. Your DMG Mori machine is then used to maximum effect, leaving your employees to focus on other tasks. Even when no staff are present, DMG Mori machines can remain in operation thanks to Cellro loading robots. In short, automating your DMG Mori machine ensures a high manufacturing output and a quick return on investment.
Anton Paar was founded in 1922 in Graz, the city where the company is still located today. The Au...
Anton Paar was founded in 1922 in Graz, the city where the company is still located today. The Austrian company has no less than four Xcelerates in its production hall. Recently Anton Paar even bought a fifth Xcelerate: Xcelerate X60, connected to a DMG Mori machine.
DMF Dietvorst Machinefabriek, founded in 1957, produces mechanical components for a wide range of...
DMF Dietvorst Machinefabriek, founded in 1957, produces mechanical components for a wide range of industries, from hydraulics and pneumatics to the offshore and pump industry. The company was looking for a single automation solution for both their DMG Mori lathe and their new Fanuc Robodrill milling machine. Danny Dietvorst, owner of the company, then joined Cellro. Dietvorst now makes optimal use of his machines due to the movability of Xcelerate.
Xcelerate is designed to load workpieces into a single machine. From lathes to milling machines a...
Xcelerate is designed to load workpieces into a single machine. From lathes to milling machines and from bench grinders to measuring benches, Xcelerate enables automatic finishing of production series. The automatic loading system can be linked to both new and existing CNC machines. This enables unmanned production for a wide range of machines, so you can focus on more complicated tasks in the workplace. Moreover, Xcelerate can continue operating automatically after closing time.
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