CHALLENGES OF PRESENT-DATE METALL MACHINING
Present-date metal-working CNC machines use pre-set constant feeds when tooling specific areas of workpieces and that is why they do not have necessary flexibility to adapt to constantly changing cutting conditions, which has the following consequences:
Machines are also exposed to negative impact of vibrations during operation, arising mostly from electric motors. This can lead to breakages of expensive components of machines, down time and production quality fall-off (due to losses of precision).
Metal-working challenges are met by using production control system. It boosts productivity and efficiency of machines, cutting tools and machining processes, lowers dependence on human factor and ensures maximum economic viability of production.
Saving production cost with minimal investments through reduction of time of rough and semi-finishing operation, control of tools wear / breakage, protection of components and integral units of machines from overload.
Reduction of idle time and cost of the whole machine pool maintenance by moving from work execution schedule over to the system of preventive maintenance.
Saving production cost through detection and analysis of repeated shutdowns/breakages/alarm conditions by defining bottlenecks of production facilities in order to enhance overall efficiency of the company.