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Broadening your horizons: Haas grinding software

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Some things are easy to imagine.* Why new grinding software? In the past, grinding machine manufacturers’ number one priority was improving the operation of their machines. Grinding software was regarded as something of a by-product. We were no different. As this was an unsatisfactory state of affairs for users, Haas changed their approach to software development some time ago. We sat down and invested a considerable amount of time and effort into the development Multigrind® Horizon: our new grinding software is a powerful design tool. All the data relating to our grinding machines, clamping devices...

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Hermle inside Wolfram Hermle, Head of Software Development at Haas Advanced software architecture, Clearance surfaces simple navigation When you open Multigrind® Horizon for the first time, you’ll be presented with a clearly arranged chess board – rather than a confusing input screen. The software’s simple navigation hierarchy and standardized controls mean you can confidently move through the program one step at a time. All the most important parameters can be checked at a glance: blank, clamping system, contour, geometry, grinding operations, grinding wheels and the grinding machine. And you...

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Example of the clearly subdivided user interface (profile insert module shown here). All necessary parameters can be accessed quickly via the input screens. Product Insert XXM Selection of work station settings: such as blank, clamping device, grinding device. Specific instructions for the user can be entered here. The necessary workpiece contours are defined based on CAD data (for example). The geometry data form the basis for the parallel calculation of the 3D models. The desired workpiece properties determine the grinding process. The grinding wheels and dressing profiles are clearly visible.

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Hubert Reiser, Application Engineer Grinding simulation and process visualization In addition to the constant graphic display of all links and input parameters, Multigrind® Horizon can also produce four different simulations: 1. Grinding simulation in real time on the calculated object – visible after the entry of every parameter 2. Status simulation on the position of the workpiece in the machine 3. Material removal simulation Workpiece simulations can be easily exported in a variety of CAD formats. 4. Process visualization, which shows a 3D display of data from the machine’s control unit Clearance...

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Headquarters in Germany Haas Schleifmaschinen GmbH · Adelbert-Haas-Straße 1 · 78647 Trossingen · Germany Tel: +49 7425 3371-0 · Fax: +49 7425 3371-50 · info@multigrind.com www.multigrind.com · www.schleifblog.de USA (Sales and Service Subsidiary) Haas Multigrind LLC · 137 Enterprise Drive · Warsaw · IN 46580 · USA Phone: +1 574 268 0053 · Fax: +1 574 268 0083 · info@multigrind.com – France (Sales Subsidiary) Haas Multigrind SAS · 8 chemin des Tards Venus · 69530 Brignais · France Tél. +33 4 72 09 94 37 · Fax: +33 4 72 51 48 64 · info@multigrind.com – China 德国哈斯马格磨床有限公司 (Haas Schleifmaschinen GmbH)...

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