EMO 2023: Digital age grinding innovations

At this year’s EMO, grinding machine specialist Studer will present a new automation solution on the United Grinding Group stand.

Swiss-based Fritz Studer AG, is a market and technology leader in universal, external, internal cylindrical, and non-circular grinding. The new automation solution on display will be attached to one of its S31 universal external cylindrical grinding machines.

Other Studer models on display will include the favorit, the S33 with uniLoad automation, the S100, an ergonomic entry level machine, and the S131R with roboLoad, a highly flexible machine for every conceivable internal grinding task.

Also on show will be the Customer Oriented Revolution (C.O.R.E) control, being introduced across all United Grinding Group brands. The advanced hardware and software architecture on which C.O.R.E. is based enables an innovative machine/operator interaction concept.

United Grinding says C.O.R.E. is much more than just an operating system. It enables new possibilities for networking, controlling, monitoring and optimising the production process. It also lays the foundation for the operation of modern Internet of Things (IoT) applications further opening the door to a digital future in manufacturing.

Since 1912, the Studer name has stood for Swiss quality in terms of hardware, software, system integration and service. With a tailor-made complete solution for every grinding task, its customers also receive the machine builder’s vast knowledge and expertise in all aspects of the grinding process.

Hall 11, Stand E34



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