Introducing the Digital Cell

A bold new vision for die casting.

 

Our vision of the Digital Cell

We are working towards the Digital Cell – aimed at delivering 0% scrap, 40% less cycle time and 24/7 uptime to create a better, more efficient and profitable future for the die-casting industry. To achieve this, it’s not enough to focus on single components – we have to tackle the system as a whole.

 

0% scrap

Our Digital Cell is connected to all key processes. It can recognize deviating parameters and correct accordingly – to enable continuous production with exceptional quality.

-40% cycle time

Working on the thermal management process promises great savings in cycle time. Therefore, this area plays an essential role in the Digital Cell.

24/7 uptime

The intelligence at the heart of the cell will drive IoT-solutions, such as predictive maintenance. Ultimately, by integrating self-monitoring sensors and machine learning, the Digital Cell will avoid production interruptions.

Visit us at GIFA

Our Digital Cell will be launched at GIFA 2019. Join us in Düsseldorf, hall 11, booth A41 & A42.

Find out more

1. The Digital Cell in Die-Casting

Introducing the Digital Cell

Introducing the Digital Cell

Introducing the Digital Cell – a new way to monitor, control and manage the die-casting process. Find out more about this bold new vision in detail.

May 13

Get an overview of the Digital Cell

Get an overview of the Digital Cell

This simple overview diagram of the Digital Cell shows you where our development is being focused to deliver our vision of 0% scrap, 24/7 uptime and 40% less cycle time.

March 28

Bühler launches the Digital Cell – a bold new vision for the Die Casting industry

Bühler launches the Digital Cell – a bold new vision for the Die Casting industry

Bühler is introducing its vision for the Digital Cell at GIFA 2019, aimed at delivering 0% scrap, 40% reduction in cycle time and 24/7 uptime. Bühler will also unveil the first innovations to paving the way to this vision at the world’s premiere Die Casting show.

February 21

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