Supfina is already well-known internationally for its pioneering role in the development of surface-finishing machines. With the digitization of its systems, it is now leading the next revolution.
If you would like to experience this for yourself, please visit the Supfina booth — B31 in Hall 5 — at AMB 2018, which runs 18-22 September in Stuttgart. The 120 m2 booth will focus on the advantages of Industry 4.0 for surface finishing.
– Supfina demonstrates the advantages of digitization in surface finishing
– Supfina Quick Support
Supfina Quick Support — SQS — are the new keywords for our future-oriented digitization initiative. Whether interactive online support with data glasses; fast access to all important documentation, articles, and service instructions directly at the machine; or a constant overview of machine status and productivity, SQS takes production into the digital future.
Which machine parameters provide optimum surface finishing? How can production be as cost-effective as possible? When is the next maintenance really needed? Supfina presents its online “Machine Monitoring” as the answer to these questions and many more. In real time, extensive plant data is collected, evaluated, graphically processed, and displayed using a web interface.
Using new realities to see the future is another exhibition highlight. A live superfinishing and fine-grinding presentation using state-of-the-art HoloLenses will demonstrate the possibilities of augmented reality for optimization in the construction phase; for online support; and for maintenance, not to mention for training and education.
Rounding off Supfina’s AMB appearance will be a presentation of its online and offline system for fast access to the latest versions of all machine documents, instructions, and service notes. Thanks to SQS and the Supfina app, this capability is no longer just one of the promises of digitization — it’s a reality.
In the context of Industry 4.0, Supfina — as demonstrated at the AMB — is setting the standards for the practical use of digitization in mechanical engineering.
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