Delta presents Smart Machine Solutions at TIMTOS 2019

Text by: IABG

From March 4th – 9th, 2019, Delta participated in the “2019 Taipei International Machine Tool Show” (TIMTOS 2019) with the theme “Delta Smart Machine Solutions for an Upgrading Machine Tool Industry”. Partnering with several machine makers, Delta’s Equipment IoT and Management Platform connected smart machines and a management system with a complete equipment IoT structure. At Delta’s booth, a huge screen wall displayed real-time operation data of the partners’ demo kits at their booths with real smart manufacturing applications. Delta also presented many smart CNC machine tool solutions. The brand new CNC Ultrasonic Machining Solution integrates Delta’s CNC system and the latest ultrasonic generator to enhance machining efficiency and quality of brittle materials (such as ceramics, glass and sapphire). The Grinding Solution adopts CAD/CAM Software for Surface Grinding to showcase Delta’s excellent smart manufacturing integration capabilities.

The General Manager of Delta’s Industrial Automation Business Group (IABG), Andy Liu, indicated that Delta is dedicated to developing IA products and software. The CNC solutions featured complete self-developed key components. Combined with IIoT technology and a monitoring visualization platform, Delta provides flexible solutions to meet various market demands. Delta not only supports the upgrades of machine tool customers, but is also developing global machine tool markets with its international business coverage. For example, a simple CNC lathe with touch panels for the local machining requirements in India provides small-volume with large-variety and easy operation. In Turkey, Delta offers complete aluminum and stone machining solutions for construction. With Delta’s global operation and local customer service and maintenance, a Korean CNC machine maker successfully sells its Delta CNC solution integrated equipment to Vietnam.     

The Equipment IoT and Management Platform connects live demos at partners’ booths and displays the operation data on the large TV wall in real-time. It showcases real smart manufacturing applications for the machine tool industry, and attracted a large number of visitors.