This year at EMO you can again expect a number of innovations and terrific highlights from Klingelnberg. In particular, you can enjoy live presentations of our diverse product ranges with closed-loop technology and learn more about our unique solution concepts in the Industry 4.0 environment. We look forward to seeing you between September 16 and 21, 2019. Come and visit us at stand B110 in hall 26! Our expert team will be on hand to assist you!
With the VIPER 500 MFM Klingelnberg is entering the market with a pioneering technological achievement. The company is entering the field of cycloid gearing even deeper and thus also the world of robotics. A real highlight, for, thanks to sophisticated technology, the VIPER 500 MFM often eliminates the need for the time-consuming and costly measuring and pairing of components.
Just as innovative and inspiring is another innovation from Klingelnberg: with the Oerlikon G 35 Bevel Gear Grinding Machine, the gearing specialist has implemented a new machine design for the 5-cut method. As a result, the manufacture of aviation gearing as regards efficiency is really taking off.
Klingelnberg also provides tailor-made solutions for the automotive industry. At the EMO, Klingelnberg will present the Speed Viper2 80 Gear Generating Grinding Machine for workpieces up to 80 mm. The dual-spindle concept of the Speed Viper2 is especially designed to meet the productivity requirements of the automotive industry and its suppliers.
With the P 26, at the EMO Klingelnberg will also be presenting just such a precision measuring center, which is designed for future-proof quality management of gearings in the context of Industry 4.0 processes. The fully automatic CNC-controlled P 26 precision measuring center is designed as a compact unit for the workpiece diameter range up to 260 mm.
In addition, all KLINGELNBERG Precision Measuring Centers have the capability to accurately analyze and measure rolling bearings and rolling bearing elements to an extremely high degree of precision. The P 16 combines the coordinate, form and roughness measurement, including the functionality of a contour graph in a fully automated measuring run.
In 2017, GearEngine® was already the focus of attention at the EMO trade fair – with a view to how it combines design and production data as an IT system, thereby laying the foundations for exciting questions concerning tool life, machine status, component tracking, documentation, etc. Meanwhile the development with seven-league boots has progressed: applications such as SmartTooling for bevel gear production and the Closed Loop Production System for the Speed Viper cylindrical gear grinding machine have also been upgraded to this IT system.