Easy and comprehensive overview of your CNC machines and their status
Be up-to date with your actual duty roster
Access your machine over IP Camera or Webcam
Be notified about machine status in real-time
xynLOG analyses data and sends automatic notifications as error or warning message when variables are outside of reference values
By measuring and interpreting critical operating data, users can get early signals of equipment failures
Use of maintenance resources is optimised, and the hours required to monitor equipment are reduced
CNC machines are controlled by computers and software programmed using a programming language, so some machining problems can arise due to errors in CNC programming. The tools used to set up the CNC are G-codes, M-codes, CAD, and CAM software. Incorrect programming of these tools, as well as misconfiguration and wrong data, will generate errors in the tools and their movements.
A machine tool monitoring system is a process where data is collected from CNC machines, information is processed and decisions are made accordingly, in order to monitor the condition of the tools and detect in time possible problems in the machining process, wear and breakage of machine tool components and estimation of the remaining tool life. The aim of this system is to increase process productivity, improve part quality and reduce the overall costs of CNC manufacturing.