Masaya Takeda, General Manager - CNC Systems, Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt Ltd
Every sector has seen transformations and advancements over the years. The days of numerical controls being solely about servo mechanisms are long gone. We are now living in the era of CNC (Computerized Numerical Control) systems. These control systems have aided in a variety of ways, ranging from simple turning to complex machining. The controllers that operate these CNC systems are even more fascinating. Mitsubishi Electric looks ahead to partner with the brands that are focused on global and future-oriented development. CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control, and it refers to the concept of controlling machine tools with a computer. A CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine is an electro mechanical device that uses computer programming inputs for the operation of machine shop tools. CNC machining, on the other hand, is a widely used process in the manufacturing industry.
Computerized Numerical Control (CNC) systems is an automated method of controlling machine tools, 3D printers, and other devices through the use of software-programmed micro controllers. CNC systems have helped in achieving the required specifications and output in a much faster manner, with little or no manual intervention.
CNC systems are controlled by sequential programs such as G-code or M-code, which are written by coders or generated by Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) systems. The codes, on the other hand, may be sliced or modified depending on its area of application. The machine unit is connected to the microcontroller unit or controller, which stores the coded programs. With the constant advancement in technology, CNC systems have found use in a variety of industries, including electronics and healthcare.
When it comes to the manufacturing sector in India, CNC machines have had a significant positive impact. They’re known to provide a slew of advantages, including increased productivity, higher-quality products, shorter development times, and higher profits. Without CNC machines, you’d have to hire more workers, face difficulties replicating a specific product, and deal with a slew of other challenges. These machines are employed widely in the aerospace, electronics, defense, manufacturing, industrial, and medical domains.
1. Making mass production easier
CNC machining makes more sense than conventional machining when there is a high demand for a product, and you need to manufacture the same piece over and over.
2. Manpower Optimization and Safety
When using traditional machinery, you’ll also need to hire experts and other staff who can deal with the machine. Then there are the ongoing costs of maintenance and repairs, which must be considered. Because of all of these factors, traditional machinery can be quite costly.
However, this is not the case with CNC machines. As fewer people are required to operate these machines, labor costs are reduced.
3. Increases the number of production options
Your production processes will be boosted by the easy-to-use CNC machines. CNC software assists you to create products that would be nearly impossible to make by hand or with traditional machinery.
4. This is the Digital Era’s Machinery.
Everyone nowadays wants to adapt the trends of the digital era and become tech-savvy. CNC machines allow you to do just that. By virtue of their operation, CNC machines use computers for controlling machine tools which results in reduced development time, increased cost savings, and higher profits.
5. Assists in the production of high-quality products
Several customers are currently facing issues with the quality of their products. This is a challenge that can easily be solved if CNC machines are introduced into the Indian manufacturing industry. CNC machines allow you to make the exact same precise cut every time, while maintaining consistent quality.
Mitsubishi Electric, a global leader in the sales and manufacturing of electrical and electronic products and systems, offers Computerized Numerical Controllers (CNCs) that are smoother, faster, and easier to use than ever before and offer higher accuracy. The M800/M80 Series, E80 Series, C80 Series, and other CNC control systems are offered by the company.
These CNC features help in the production of high-quality products with the utmost efficiency and standardized quality.
6. It Increases Productivity
CNC tremendously increases productivity for machine tools as the machinery can be automatically run without requiring continuous attention from their operator. The wide range of CNCs offered by Mitsubishi Electric India enables businesses to achieve smoother and faster operations as well as a higher level of product finish. At the same time, it allows for increased productivity and profitability in operations.
Due to the outstanding features, the CNC products offered by Mitsubishi Electric are proving to be extremely useful for the Indian manufacturing industry. Aside from the above-mentioned advantages, they are also energy-efficient, have a lower environmental impact, and ensure less wastage
1) Extended Warranty
Mitsubishi Electric India has always prioritized product and service improvement, with a focus on delivering high-performance and cost-effective solutions. In the similar vein, the company has introduced a new Extended Warranty Contract (EWC) for specific Computerized Numerical Controllers in order to help the customers with better services.
This ensures prompt responses, reliable technologies, and a user-friendly support system for clients all over India, resulting in better after-sales services.
Benefits of the Extended Warranty Contract scheme offered by Mitsubishi Electric India:
Priority Response: With the EWC, you can rest assured that as soon as you call company’s service team to report a breakdown, service engineers will swing into action to find a solution for the problem caused.
Low Operating Costs: The company guarantees that there will be minimal downtime and that the machine’s lifespan will be extended.
Low EWC Price: The EWC is available in the market at an attractive price when compared to other leaders in the market.
Lower Breakdown Time: The company has a set of highly trained and well-equipped engineers, and keep track of all installed products and their service histories in their service management software to ensure that machines are repaired as quickly as possible.
Free Inspection Visit: At the time of purchase of the EWC, Mitsubishi Electric India’s CNC will conduct a free machine evaluation. This benefits the customer because they can learn about the machine’s health and condition and plan production and maintenance ahead of time.
No hidden costs: The contract covers engineers’ travel and lodging, as well as freight charges for shipments and part returns. There are no additional fees.
CNC Service Support (Optional): Through a dedicated toll-free line, the company provides round-the-clock telephone support.
The following CNCs from Mitsubishi Electric India are covered under the extended warranty contract:
ECONOMICAL: E70/E80 series with turning/grinding/gantry machines for cost-effective controllers.
STANDARD: M60/M70/E70/M80/E80 series for standard controllers.
CUSTOM: Windows/customized controllers, including the C70/C80 series, for Japanese and Taiwanese machine tool builders,
2) Preventive Maintenance (PM):
It’s important to have a proper preventive maintenance plan in place to keep shop machines running smoothly. Routine inspections help the customers improve output efficiencies, increased uptime, and improved profit margins.
3) CNC SS24 Round the Clock Support:
Mitsubishi Electric has a dedicated toll-free line that is available 24 hours a day and7 days a week. At the toll-free number and via email, the company’s CNC front engineers are available 24×7 to provide technical support to ensure hassle-free operations for the registered customers.
4) Working to Make India Self-Sufficient:
Mitsubishi Electric India’s Computerized Numerical Controllers (CNCs) aspire to be a trusted partner for businesses seeking global and long-term growth. The company is also assisting India’s manufacturing industry with solutions that target specific growth segments for the country. This step is being taken to support the government’s ‘Make in India’ initiative among manufacturers across the country and ensure that Atmanirbhar Bharat comes into practice with high quality and reliable solutions.
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