Blade-to-Machine Data Transfer Available on Simonds Saws
By Metal Center News Staff
on Jan 15, 2018
WESPA, the European partner of Simonds Saw, Fitchburg, Mass., has introduced the ability to produce instant “blade-to-machine” data transfer of machine-specific cutting parameters for its custom band saw blades program, Individual Performance Cutting.
This innovative instant data transfer technology directly supports the Industry 4.0 concept and is an industry-first for band saw blade manufacturers.
By using a mobile device and scanning a QR code on the saw blade or blade box, saw operators can point the scan to the machine to transfer a complete, unique data set so the machine can begin cutting. “We were excited to have introduced our instant blade-to-machine technology at EMO this year, where it was extremely well received,” says David Miles, president of Simonds Saw.
The IPC Solution from Simonds Saw uses a Band Saw Blade simulator program to improve sawing productivity up to 60 percent by significantly improving the performance, productivity and ROI of a user’s sawing operation. The simulator enables a user to model their sawing application and compare the results obtained with conventional saw technology to unique blade/tooth configurations designed specifically by Simonds/WESPA for the user’s application.
For more information, call 978-424-0100 or visit www.simondssaw.com.