ToolClinic Showcases Futuristic Technologies at INTEC 2019
June 10, 2019: India – At INTEC 2019, ToolClinic (Hall F, Stall 167) has roped in three machine tool majors Speroni, Montronix and Geo Informatics and showcasing the value of advanced manufacturing solutions. The event which is taking place from June 6th to 10th at Codissia Trade Fair Complex, Coimbatore promises to showcase the latest in the world of manufacturing technologies.
With an aim to impact the precision machining industry with a special emphasis on the Die & Plastic mold industry, the event is witnessing like-minded players presenting as a team – tool management, online CMM and machine protection system providers. It is a first-of-its-kind initiative where metalworking giants have decided to come together to demonstrate the value of advanced manufacturing technologies.
The partner companies are integrating their technologies to demonstrate the importance of automation. Companies that are showcasing their best solutions are Speroni (machine tool), Montronix (tool monitoring & machine protection) and Geo Informatics ((Online Shop Floor CMM in India with complete Quality Management System).
Talking about the arrangement Ravi Moolya, Director, Speroni India says, “We are happy to take part in initiatives lead by ToolClinic that aims to help the industry in achieving productivity and efficiency in holistic manner. At Speroni, our core value is to highlight best-in-class solutions to customers and help them achieve higher accuracy. We are showcasing world’s first smart tool presetter at the exhibition. I am sure with Montronix and GIC we will be able to demonstrate the benefits of integrated solutions.”
“At INTEC, under ToolClinic booth, We are demonstrating tool & process monitoring system, portable machine condition monitoring with Wi-Fi ( Machine Diagnostic) and collision detection (machine airbag) technology for Machine & spindle protection. I am confident that with the partner companies we will be able to demonstrate real time benefits to the customers,” says Sudhir Agrawal, India Head, Montronix Inc.
The booth is been designed in such a way that it will benefit both the operator and management. Management can learn about the importance of automated technologies, while operators can learn best shop floor practices.
Sanjeev Gandhi, CEO, Geo Informatics Consultants Pvt Ltd. says, “Precise Measurement technologies are available for both Offline and Online Inspection Application. It is better to employ Online Inspection technologies to avoid finished product quality problems, reducing the scrap. And Quality of the final finished product.”
The exhibition is witnessing a huge number of visitors from around the country. Although there are many companies that are showcasing the latest technologies, ToolClinic aims to educate industry professionals with best practices and latest technologies.