4/6/2015

CNCs Handle Milling, Turning Operations

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Siemens’ panel-based Sinumerik 828D and Sinumerik 828D Basic compact CNCs are designed for milling and turning operations.

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Siemens’ panel-based Sinumerik 828D and Sinumerik 828D Basic compact CNCs are designed for milling and turning operations. Equipped with new PPU2xx.3 panel processing units, the controls are said to offer greater computing power and accelerated operating speed for the Sinumerik Operate graphical user interface. The processing unit has the same dimensions and connectors and is fully compatible with the previous units, easing conversion. The hardware also offers a more rugged design to enable use in harsh environments, and is also better protected against wiring errors during installation in a control cabinet, the company says. 

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