The automobile industry involves sophisticated machining processes to produce precision high volume parts. It is not at all a good idea to employ human labor to manually monitor tools, which may result in scrapped work pieces, machine damage, cutting tool breakage and downtime. Here comes the relevance of advanced tool monitoring systems which help you monitor for broken, worn and missing tools through spindle power monitoring or vibration analysis.
Tool monitoring systems are inevitable especially in unattended tool cutting operations. If a tool is missing or broken, the monitor in the device gives you an indication, and thus, it stops proceeding with the machining operation. Also, advanced monitoring becomes crucial to avoid unexpected machine downtime, machine breakage, tool damage, material scrap and the likely issues. Along with maintaining quality assurance, these kinds of monitoring systems save the entire machine from damage when the tool breaks.
Advanced tool monitoring systems are applicable in many areas include:
- Multi-spindle Drill Heads
- Automatic Multi-spindle Lathes
- CNC lathes
- Rotary Cycle Machines
- Machining Centers
- Roll Grinding Machines
- Transfer Lines
Opt for the Right Model to Serve Your Purpose :
Many different types of tool monitoring systems coupled with sophisticated and latest signal processing technologies are readily available in the market. Sourcing the product from an industry known manufacturer holds greater significance to serve your application requirements as you expected. Techna-Tool is one of the most reputed manufacturers in the market that can provide you with several models of advanced tool monitoring systems at budget friendly deals.
You can choose amongst available models such as
- TECHNA-CHECK TC-USB
- TECHNA-CHECK 6400 & 6401
- TECHNA-CHECK PCI
- TECHNA-CHECK TC3200
- TECHNA-CHECK TC101
Even though it is impossible to completely eliminate errors occurring in the automobile manufacturing machining processes, we can quickly identify broken, worn and missing tools using latest tool monitoring systems. Thus, defects and damages can be avoided before they cause greater troubles in the future.