Mitsubishi Electric Automation

Integrated directly into the HMI, ModuleWorks machine simulation enhances the Mitsubishi controls with high-performance multi-axis milling and turning simulation including gouge and deviation analysis and collision detection with manual or automatic refinement of the simulation result. Workpiece coloring according to the sequence provides…
CNC Offset Manager runs on Windows and is networked to the Mitsubishi Electric CNC via Ethernet. It also has a feature that allows other automation software or systems to interface with the CNC to fully automate the offset management process, or make the changes from a central cell-management software. This allows software companies to interface…
The robot cell provides flexible solutions for traditionally high-mix, low-volume facilities to introduce automation, and is designed with mobility and flexibility in mind. LoadMate Plus automates the task of loading and removing parts from a machine tool through the use of robotics, and can be mounted next to one machine, between two mach- ines,…
Mitsubishi Electric Corp., an established MC Machinery automation solutions partner, has teamed up with ASTES4 to offer its laser automation solution. This multifunctional system is the first fully integrated system capable of controlling the entire production process from loading, cutting, sorting and unloading through to the storage of finished…
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. announces the CNC Total Care Package service for its CNC systems. The service package is tailored for Mitsubishi Electric’s M8, M7 and M6 control series.
Machine tool programmers and engineers that utilize Renishaw’s GoProbe macros could save significant time and labor with the use of Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc.’s Interactive Cycle Insertion screens on its M8 Series of CNCs. They can use the Interactive Cycle Insertion screens to integrate Renishaw GoProbe macros directly into their CNC.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. announces the release of the Integrated Machine Analytics (IMA) mobile app, which allows users to monitor their CNC machines through MTConnect, an open standard that allows universal connectivity. The app is designed for Mitsubishi Electric machines, but will work for any MTConnect-compliant CNC.
Users of the Mitsubishi Electric Automation MELSEC iQ-R automation platform can now achieve even greater productivity and lower cycle times with the introduction of the C80 Series CNC. The rack-based C80 features a CNC-dedicated CPU to maximize the control’s performance.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation has added a new feature on its website to make it easier for end users and others in the machine tool industry to locate OEMs and dealers who offer CNC machine tools that use Mitsubishi Electric controls. Through the new CNC Dealer Locator, customers can easily find dealers or OEMs by location or by OEM or dealer…
Mitsubishi Electric Automation introduces the M80W computer numerical controller, the latest in its M8 series CNCs. The M80W features a touch screen Windows-based display that is separate from the control unit, providing expandability and flexibility.
Demand for operational efficiencies such as greater visualization into a factory’s automation solutions portfolio has prompted Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. to introduce its latest human machine interface (HMI). The GT25 Wide HMI is an interface that monitors and controls machine components with a graphical touchscreen that connects to…
Driven by end user demand for improved visualization into their automation solutions portfolio, Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. has introduced the GT2107 wide series human machine interface. The GT2107 is an interface that monitors and controls machine components with a graphical touch screen that connects to equipment such as PLCs, VFDs and…
In its continuing effort to help manufacturers leverage Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) opportunities to improve productivity and reduce manufacturing costs, Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. introduces an MTConnect adapter to facilitate shop floor monitoring. MTConnect is an open standard that allows the sharing of a common language…
Addressing the need for a fast, precise and affordable CNC for complex machining applications, Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. offers the M800 and M80 series CNC and components. The M800 is a high-grade CNC for high-speed, high-accuracy machining and multiaxis, multipart system control and features a fast CNC, while the M80 provides high…
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. has embedded two of the most commonly used expansion functions for micro programmable logic controllers, Ethernet communications and analog I/O into its new FX3GE Programmable Logic Controller (PLC).
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. released the Q170MCPU-EIP motion controller.
Mitsubishi EDM/Laser offers its new Fiber Laser line.
Mitsubishi Laser introduced a higher wattage 4.5kW resonator for all 2D lasers, replacing the formerly standard 4.0kW resonator.
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JETCAM International s.a.r.l. and Mitsubishi Electric Corporation today announced a partnership by signing the Developer Agreement of “LA-Module” with subsidiary company Mitsubishi Electric Mechatronics Software Corporation whereby JETCAM will develop enhanced support for Mitsubishi’s range of CNC laser machines.
Mitsubishi Electric Automation Inc. exhibited innovative solutions for a resilient and sustainable future at IMTS. The company previewed its enhanced CNC controller, the M800V/M80V Series, which is currently slated for an early 2023 release in the Americas.
TOKYO, August 6, 2018 – Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced the acquisition of ASTES4 SA (ASTES4), a company based in Switzerland that is engaged in development, production and sales of patented automated sorting solutions for sheet metal laser processing machines, on August 3.
As a Diamond partner, Absolute Machine Tools Inc. will be able to utilize resources available from Mitsubishi Electric.