Heidenhain products are recognized in the field of control and measurement, machining and drive systems. In collaboration with Amo, Etel and Renco, among others, the group offers solutions that enable technological advances in the world's most innovative industries: machine tools, automation, semiconductors, electronics, metrology, robotics, medical technology, elevators, printing machines, structural sensors, aerospace, and many more.
The company will be present at The Siane, in Toulouse, from 19 to 21 October on stand F55 to present its products.
In a constant dynamic, Heidenhain's innovation brings into the company tools and functionalities that make workshop work ever more user-friendly and efficient. For example, the latest TNC 640 CNC offers the ability to view a program while managing production orders thanks to its 24" widescreen display and the Extended Workspace Compact solution. This option makes it possible to enlarge the viewing space with an additional screen and thus to have before the eyes more elements necessary for optimal management.
High-precision measurement systems
On the measurement systems side, several ranges of rotary encoders and rulers. The Heidenhain Group's offer is extensive, particularly with Numerik Jena and RSF offering bare rules particularly suited to environments subject to strict requirements in terms of precision and positioning. They also offer great resistance to dirt and corrosive liquids due to the fact that the surface of the ruler is meticulously protected and perfectly smooth. And even when a repository manages to find a place, the new reading technology ensures constant verification and correction of the data to achieve very high reliability.
Non-contact measuring probe
Heidenhain also offers the MT 12 forceless measuring probe, which makes it possible to obtain a correct measurement, with a contact as delicate as a feather. Indeed, the miniaturization of products and the appearance of new components have led to the use of materials whose control is extremely delicate such as plastic, silicon, glass, gold film, ceramics or even graphene. In these situations, accurate and accurate data must be obtained, without distorting, erasing or marking the material studied. The solution was found thanks to the experience acquired with a very demanding clientele (watchmaking, electronics etc.) for whom precision, reliability over time and very low contact force are inseparable.
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