More and more equipment in a molding cell can not only tell you how well it’s operating, it can communicate that information to its fellow machines, with the collective cell adjusting in real-time for the most efficient process possible. Before steel is cut or plastic is injected, simulation can point to the most efficient tool and process possible. The shift towards digital manufacturing has accelerated during the coronavirus outbreak, as remote work requires machines that update their status over the Internet. What could digital manufacturing look like at your facility?
Thu, Oct 29, 2020 · 10:00 AM
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Daniel has been with ARBURG for over 10 years, starting his career working for the headquarters in Germany and then moving to the USA in 2016. He has a degree in Plastics Engineering. With ARBURG he has held various roles in applications and today...
Alan Landers has 30 years of machine design experience focused on Industry 4.0, extrusion control, blending, material-conveying and scrap recovery systems for wire and cable, blown and cast film, profile, pipe and carpet fiber manufacturers. His...