Store up to 143 Tools in Your CNC Machine With ToolAssist
Smart. Innovative. Efficient.
Milford, NH, February 2, 2020 – DATRON Dynamics, Inc. announced the launch of a new tool changing system, DATRON ToolAssist. With DATRON ToolAssist, the German milling machine specialists present a tool organization system with an innovative operating concept with an expanded tool capacity.
For ToolAssist, DATRON focused on process reliability. The external mounting position enables a safe tool change thanks to the monitoring of collets and protects up to 143 tool positions from dirt and chips. At the same time, number of tool positions ensures the possibility of a large variety of tools and the use of sister tools in series production. Thanks to its innovative operating concept via the interactive DATRON next control, DATRON ToolAssist ensures intelligent tool organization and loading/unloading during machine operation.
DATRON ToolAssist Highlights at a glance:
+ Good accessibility thanks to automated side door
+ Possibility of machining panels and other flat components thanks to an extremely generous machining area
+ Up to 143 tool places allow a large variety of tools and the use of sister tools in series production
+ Ergonomic loading and unloading during machine operation
+ Safe tool change by monitoring the collets
DATRON ToolAssist is an integral part of the new DATRON MXCube, but it is also optionally available for DATRON M8Cube and DATRON MLCube milling machines. Learn more about ToolAssist and other machine accessories here.
High-Speed CNC machining is more than 60,000 RPM spindle-speed. When you’re making small or complex parts, you need speed and precision at every stage. DATRON AG engineers didn’t just invent a faster, more precise CNC machine. They re-interpreted and optimized your entire machining workflow from start to finish.
About the Author
Eric is a Marketing Specialist at DATRON Dynamics, Inc. who is involved in marketing strategy, automation, and content development including video of machining applications and instruction.