A exhibition fair premiere, three further novelties and digital learning

VEMO takes place from 18 to 23 September 2023 in Hanover. The “Exposition Mondiale de la Machine Outil” is the world’s largest exhibition for metalworking. Together with our partner KUNZMANN, we are showing 23 lathes and milling machines as well as numerous innovations at the world’s leading exhibition fair for production technology.

WEILER at a glance

  • The CNC precision lathe W 35 CNC is celebrating its premiere at the exhibition fair.
  • Other new products include the C35 HD servo-conventional precision lathe,
  • the WEILER “one1” control
  • and the WF 610 MC+ universal milling machine from KUNZMANN.

Other highlights are

  • dthe 4-track precision lathe V110 with a centre width of 6,000 mm,
  • the KUNZMANN machining centre BA 1100
  • and the digital learning concept EDUCATION4.0 with specially configured lathes and milling machines.

WEILER machines at EMO
You will find our products in Hall 17 on the trade fair stand A32 we share with our partner KUNZMANN and the retrofit specialist WMS.
You can also encounter our machines in other halls – for example at the special education show of the Young Mechanical Engineering Foundation in Hall 8, at the customer Ecoroll Werkzeugtechnik in Hall 5 and the tool manufacturer AVANTEC in Hall 4.

Our innovations in detail

The new universal CNC precision lathe W 35 CNC is celebrating its premiere at the trade fair

After a long time, we at WEILER are once again showing a new CNC lathe: The W 35 CNC is a universal CNC precision lathe with the latest Siemens ONE control and ShopTurn user interface. The machine offers a maximum power of 9 kW, a torque of up to 90 Nm and a rotation range of 1-4,500 rpm. With a centre width of 700 mm and a swing over bed diameter of 360 mm, it is primarily used to produce smaller components. We designed the machine primarily for tool making, development and research as well as for training and further education in CNC turning.

Our second novelty: The C35 HD servo-conventional precision lathe

We will also show our new servo-conventional precision lathe C35 HD. With a swing over bed diameter of 360 mm, centre widths of up to 800 mm and a centre height of 180 mm, it is the small model of the C series.
Servo-conventional precision lathes offer users great flexibility and at the same time enable entry into the digital world of cycle-turning technology: In addition to the handwheels for manual work, a selection of pre-programmed single cycles is available. For example, tapers, radii and threads can be turned quickly and economically.

Our third novelty: The new WEILER control “one1”

The “one1” user interface newly developed for our cycle lathes based on Siemens Sinumerik ONE simplifies both manual and cycle-controlled turning.
Cycles can be programmed quickly and easily on the well-structured, self-explanatory 22″ TFT touch screen even for complex workpieces. Operating the dialogue-guided screen menu using the swipe-and-tap method is largely intuitive. “one1” supports extensions such as C and Y axes as well as all milling and grinding operations.
The range of tools is generous: Up to 300 tools can be stored along with their associated geometry and technology values.

EDUCATION4.0 is the future of metalworking education

Our digital learning concept EDUCATION4.0: Together with our partner KUNZMANN, we are modernising turning and milling training and targeting Internet-savvy young people for metalworking careers.
We use content and methods from online games and animation software to ensure that students can learn technical content in machining playfully. At any time and from any location, an online learning platform gives trainees access to content that they can learn using actual turning and milling machines or their digital counterparts.

You can see everything at the trade fair stand: the digital learning concept, the specially configured training machines Condor VCPlus EDUCATION4.0 and Praktikant VCPlus EDUCATION4.0 for turning as well as the WF 410 MC EDUCATION4.0 for milling.

Another highlight at the stand: The 4-track precision lathe V110

The size alone is impressive: The 4-track precision lathe V110 with automatic cycles and a centre width of 6,000 mm.
We developed the V series to produce long workpieces more economically. To accomplish this, the slide can move beyond the fixed steady rests and the tailstock.