Experience Industry 4.0 LIVE: CELOS® Experience Center with > 21,527.8 ft.2 of floor space with GILDEMEISTER lathes in Bielefeld.
˝Let us show you solutions for achieving digital transformation and meeting the challenges that we are all facing with Industry 4.0. With its APP functionality, CELOS® is already revolutionizing paperless interaction between humans and machines.˝
1 Easily connect a machine to
the corporate network –
Direct access to job data on the machine.
2 Network multiple machines
using the CELOS® PC Version –
Directly transmit all the relevant job data to a given machine during the job setup, including synchronization of machine use.
3 Use the CELOS® PC Version to connect
to an existing ERP System (e.g. SAP) or
web application –
Automatic control of the production sequence directly from the existing plant.
DMG MORI Software Solutions and CELOS® APPs for work preparation and process planning.
CELOS® APPs for tooling and processing jobs with live machine monitoring.
Andreas Böttcher (left), Senior Manager for Production and Special Tools at Oerlikon Barmag and skilled technician, Bahtiyar Ayar have both been won over by CELOS®.
The company Oerlikon Textile GmbH & Co. KG
in Remscheid, with its brand Oerlikon Barmag,
is part of the Swiss corporation OC Oerlikon.
Among other things, this group of companies
is a world leader in the field of fiber spinning
systems for industrial threads, fibers and non-woven
materials. Remscheider's core competencies
also include the manufacturing of safety-related
know-how elements. An outstanding
example of this is its high-speed spools designed
for winding fibers at up to 314,960.6 ipm. All in
all, the high-tech production facility in Remscheid
comprises of around 120 machine tools. These
also include several mill / turn and turn / mill
machines from DMG MORI. Its latest investment,
a CTX beta 800 TC with CELOS®, is an especially
As part of a forward-looking pilot project, the Turn & Mill machine has been connected with the ERP system in such a way that jobs, complete with their NC-program and machine tool data, can now be transmitted, managed, processed and fed back with status information to the ERP from the management level in CELOS® using a special middleware. This pilot project is part of a corporate-wide comprehensive initiative, as explained by Andreas Böttcher, Senior Manager for Production and Special Tools. He explains that the patency and transparency of the data flow across the entire value creation chain is at the heart of the effort, with the goal of perfecting internal procedures and processes that result from it as sustainably and uniformly as possible. According to Böttcher, the third most important aspect is seamless traceability of components throughout the process documentation. He draws our attention in this regard to the labeling station next to the CTX beta 800 TC, which gives every individual part a unique identifying OCR code.