With offline tool presetting, manufacturers get more for less. ZOLLER’s world-leading technology specialises in finding and freeing-up capacity that already exists within a factory, at only a fraction of the cost of purchasing a new CNC machine. When tools are prepared for machining with micron precision, they work to their optimum level. That means they […]
At the centre of ZOLLER Tool Management Solutions (TMS) is this promise to manufacturers – get the right tool, in the right place, at the right time. It is achieved through a user-friendly, versatile, secure and intuitive system capable of uniting all existing assets and integrating seamlessly into overall business processes. From design to finished […]
What springs to mind when you hear the phrase ‘smart manufacturing?’ Streamlining, quality, precision and reliability, perhaps. Innovation, connectivity, cost-effectiveness and future-proof operations. While it’s all of these things and more, there’s one aspect of a production operation that is the absolute cornerstone for any business aspiring to achieve such benefits: tool management. We don’t […]
Traditional manufacturing and industrial practices are becoming increasingly influenced by modern technology. The phenomenon has widely become known as the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0 – a new approach to production where technological advancements are helping to deliver results that were simply not possible just a few years ago. At the heart of Industry […]
Software-supported storage cabinets for transparent and efficient storage of single components, complete tools, consumables, & accessories. You know the feeling: the tool you need isn’t where it’s supposed to be. It either needs re-ordering, or you must spend precious time searching for it until it turns up – usually at a colleague’s workstation. Both scenarios […]
Overcome The Challenges in Your Tooling In order to produce complex single components efficiently and collision-free, manufacturers need to evaluate the level of precision implored by their current machining technology and how out-of-tolerance tools may not only be affecting the quality of production but also attributing towards machine crashes.