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New magazine article online

Do you already know our new magazine article about centerless grinding? Together with the WZL of RWTH Aachen we have published a two-part magazine series. Below you will find the link to the article.

We hope you enjoy reading it.

Here you can go to the first part of the centerless grinding.

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Patent Office grants Grindaix cooling lubricant nozzles patent

Nozzle becomes a tool - 4 different functions in one cooling lubricant nozzle!

Grindaix GmbH was granted a patent for a multi-chamber, multi-function nozzle on 1.4.2021.

With the help of this innovative nozzle technology, the customer is able to achieve a significantly higher process productivity (lower cycle times, higher infeeds) than with conventional cooling lubricant nozzles.

Furthermore, with the help of this new nozzle technology, it is possible to significantly increase the service life of the grinding tool, especially for face shoulder-, tool-, flat profile-, crankshaft-, camshaft- and gear profile grinding. The return on investment after purchasing the customized GRX-X cooling lubricant nozzle is achieved within one year.

The nozzles can be manufactured from wear-resistant stainless steel (conventionally produced) or from titanium alloys using the 3D printing process. All Grindaix nozzles are suitable for operation with oils and also water-based cooling lubricants (emulsions). On our state-of-the-art Grindaix test rigs, the nozzle characteristic consumption curves per nozzle function chamber are generated and provided to the customer for use within a process-adaptive control of the cooling lubricant feed conditions. The novel nozzle combines 4 different nozzle functions simultaneously and time-parallel in one component. In a first step, the nozzle expertly diverts the air cushion rotating with the grinding wheel via a targeted liquid jet. The liquid jet compensates for a wear-related loss of radius of up to 6 mm during its wind discharge in a process-safe manner. A second nozzle stage cleans the grinding wheel topography from process-related clogging. In a third step, the now free bond pores are selectively impregnated with cooling lubricant. In the fourth and final functional step, the contact zone between the component and the grinding wheel is additionally supplied with cooling lubricant via a cooling nozzle.

With the aid of this nozzle technology, grinding machine manufacturers can use a single standardized nozzle component to reduce the number of variants in the machine, instead of the multiple nozzles per grinding spindle, which are sometimes designed very differently. This system can be standardized and modularly constructed so that it can be easily adapted to any application without always having to order completely new nozzles. It reduces the possibility of errors in nozzle position, adjustment of spray angle, etc.

In the best case, the nozzle is supplied for all 4 functions, including the cleaning of the grinding wheel, by only one, simple and inexpensive centrifugal pump (<25bar). The pressures per chamber of the nozzle can be controlled either via valves or, of course, via frequency-controlled pumps and can be regulated in a process-adaptive manner, e.g. via the active power signal of the grinding spindle. The nozzle design is adapted to the application-specific grinding geometry. All pressures in the nozzle chambers can be tapped separately if desired. Recording of the cooling lubricant supply data, for example via a Coolant Monitoring System, or the machine control system serves to ensure the application-specific reproducibility of successful process settings. This nozzle technology allows the grinding technology user to achieve a much more economical process control immediately after successful installation.

We would be pleased about your interest in using this new nozzle technology in your company. Please do not hesitate to contact us. The grindaix team is at your disposal at any time.

Contact us now!

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Quaker Houghton enters Joint Venture with Grindaix

Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, USA ̶ March 26, 2021 ̶ Quaker Houghton, the leader in industrial process fluids has entered into an exclusive joint venture with Grindaix GmbH, a German-based, high-tech provider of coolant control and delivery systems.

Grindaix’s solutions apply to a wide range of machining processes, including grinding applications in the metalworking sector. The technology the company provides helps customers precisely measure and optimize parameters such as coolant flow, velocity, temperature, nozzle angles, and pressures; significantly increasing the success of coolant application.

You can read the article on Quaker Houghton's site here: https://investors.quakerhoughton.com/news-releases/news-release-details/quaker-houghton-enters-joint-venture-grindaix

“This partnership is an excellent strategic fit with broad application.  We see several advantages for our customers investing in system automation and optimization trends evolving from Industry 4.0,” said Joe Berquist, SVP & Chief Strategy Officer for Quaker Houghton.  “Grindaix’s advanced capabilities enable us to deliver on our promise to make our customers more competitive, as we combine advanced product chemistry with equipment solutions to deliver an optimal package for performance, cost, and quality.  We call this powerful combination 'Fluid Intelligence'. Grindaix’s data based approach to coolant system operation has been growing steadily in the German market, and we see an opportunity to leverage their technology across our broader solutions portfolio.”

"We expect close cooperation with our strong and professional partner to successfully establish state-of-the-art digitization solutions in the field of operating supplies for production machines," says Dr.-Ing. Dirk Friedrich MBA, Managing Director of Grindaix GmbH. “The aim is to offer our joint customers in the manufacturing industry the most innovative cooling lubricant supply technology and associated monitoring solutions with AI-based optimization tools and to harmonize this with the most economical application of process fluids for our customers worldwide. The entire team grindaix is looking forward to mastering the upcoming challenges even more successfully than we have done in the past.”

About Quaker Houghton

Quaker Houghton is a global leader in industrial process fluids.  With a presence around the world, including operations in over 25 countries, our customers include thousands of the world’s most advanced and specialized steel, aluminum, automotive, aerospace, offshore, can, mining, and metalworking companies.  Our high-performing, innovative and sustainable solutions are backed by best-in-class technology, deep process knowledge and customized services.  With approximately 4,200 employees, including chemists, engineers and industry experts, we partner with our customers to improve their operations so they can run even more efficiently, even more effectively, whatever comes next.  Quaker Houghton is headquartered in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, located near Philadelphia in the United States. Visit www.quakerhoughton.com  to learn more.

About Grindaix

Grindaix specialises in optimising and modifying the lubricoolant supply systems for machine tools and in designing lubricoolant filtration systems that conform to technical, economic and environmental requirements. Or to put it simply: the technical solutions from grindaix let you avoid any waist of lubricoolant in your metal processing work. The young, innovative company, a spin-off from RWTH-Aachen, is dedicated to a solid yet very simple concept: a locally based, highly professional CRAFT solution to improve the productivity of manufacturing plants. Increased productivity and at the same time the avoidance of unnecessary demands on resources - that is our objective.

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NEW: Magazine article technical options for influencing the air cushion

Have you read our new magazine article on "Technical options for influencing the air cushion?"

In this article you will learn which different approaches are used to overcome an air cushion. The goal of all approaches is to avoid or reduce the negative influence on the cooling lubricant jet. The Grindaix team hopes you enjoy reading this article.

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Return on investment of digitization projects

When it comes to digitizing production units, there are a wide variety of options for networking existing machines and systems. But which strategy is the right one? And how do you answer the management's question about how an investment in digitization technology pays off?

As a provider of digitization solutions for the digitization of production machines, we offer you a brief orientation in the facts in our new magazine article.

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Zero Emission Production

The new article in our magazine deals with ZERO EMISSION PRODUCTION through digitization of inventory machines. It presents a technology package based on artificial intelligence that helps manufacturing companies to sustainably reduce carbon dioxide emissions while increasing both the availability and productivity of production equipment and avoiding waste in the use of operating materials.

Learn how you too can retrofit your machine tools and reduce your carbon footprint in Team Grindaix's new article

Enjoy reading.

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Interference on the cooling lubricant supply during grinding

The objective of a cooling lubricant supply that meets the requirements is a thermally damage-free machining of components to achieve the highest form and dimensional tolerances in the shortest machining time. The grinding process involves various disturbance variables which can negatively affect the supply of cooling lubricant in line with requirements.

Learn in detail about the possible disturbing influences of several areas in two new articles from Team Grindaix. We report on the effects and problems that can arise if the cooling lubricant supply of a grinding process does not meet the requirements and show you how a cooling lubricant supply runs correctly!

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Intelligent supply of machines with cooling lubricant

Digital in NRW is working with Grindaix on an AI-based production system. In an article they report on the success story. "The optimisation and conversion of cooling lubricant supply systems for machine tools is our speciality. We recognise the high demand for a digitalised and networked solution for the optimal supply of machines with cooling lubricant - and respond to it: In a transfer project with Digital in NRW, we are jointly developing building blocks for a production supply system that uses artificial intelligence."

A beneficial, customer-oriented production is the goal of every company - and a great challenge at the same time: the requirements for quality, costs and production time must be met and at the same time reconciled with the issue of sustainability. In series production, the cooling lubricant supply has a significant influence on the process result and is often considered the cause of quality variations.

Record and analyse process factors

Nevertheless, the process factors on which these qualitative differences depend are rarely investigated. "Many companies don't even deal with this question," knows Tobias Kaufmann, research associate at the Machine Tool Laboratory of RWTH Aachen University and head of the Digital in NRW transfer project. "But the larger the supply chain becomes, the more machines are connected to each other, the more important it is to know how each individual system is supplied with operating materials such as compressed air, water, electricity or cooling lubricant, where the pressure is and what the temperature or germ load is. Only with the help of the quantitative recording of these status variables in a networked system can differences and errors in the process be detected and compensated for," says Dr.-Ing. Dirk Friedrich, Managing Director of grindaix GmbH. "However, many companies do not yet record these parameters despite their technical feasibility."

         

Development of a digital process monitoring system

In order to achieve clear predictions on the supply of operating materials in production, Digital in NRW and Grindaix are working on "Resilient process control through AI-based cooling lubricant supply during grinding", the official title of the transfer project. The idea behind this is the development of a digital process monitoring system. With the help of artificial intelligence, errors and deviations in the supply of the machines are to be detected, recorded and recommendations for action developed in the future. The transfer project with Digital in NRW sets the course for a sustainable cooling lubricant supply with high quality standards. "Predicting failures in the supply chain and taking direct action to avoid interrupting the production process is becoming increasingly important," says Kaufmann.

From the actual state analysis to testing

The experts from Digital in NRW first recorded the possibilities of a centralised or decentralised cooling lubricant supply of a machine tool as part of an ACTUAL analysis and identified communication interfaces. This was followed by the development of a target concept: in close cooperation with the company, a suitable sensor system for recording relevant coolant supply parameters was developed, as well as a technical solution concept for digitally networking the individual interfaces. "We are currently testing coolant monitoring with the latest fluid sensor technology in a research environment to generate and analyse data," explains Tobias Kaufmann.

Simulation on the demonstrator

In the machine tool laboratory in Aachen, work is being carried out on analogue test benches and a demonstrator with pipeline, pump and sensor technology is being set up to simulate the various process sequences and causes of faults: What happens when a pipe becomes clogged? What if the pressure is too low? "The challenge is to create a database that the algorithms can work with," explains Tobias Kaufmann. The connections between cause and effect must be researched, and recommendations for action must be developed. "To do this, we have to record scenarios from real operations and transfer them to the test bench in order to record their effects on the data," says the project manager. The core of the transfer project is to develop a methodology for plausibility checks that can later be transferred to various applications. High-quality plausibility checks provide "the basic prerequisites for subsequently derived recommendations for action, which should ultimately improve process control and not cause a machine crash." The more data available, the greater the later coefficient of determination of the algorithms.

More efficiency, less waste

Subsequently, three representative cases are to be transferred from the demonstrator to the real environment and the findings are to be used in real production. The plan is to use the developed concept in an assistance system on a series machine and prepare it for practical use. "Small and medium-sized manufacturing companies can certainly benefit from the development," Tobias Kaufmann emphasises. "The use of this system creates resource efficiency, more process reliability and the reduction of rejects, which in turn can save costs."

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The new digital product catalogue

Do you already know our digital catalogue "Innovation made by grindaix"?

Get to know our products, services and innovations in a new way in the digital catalogue on our homepage.

Have fun browsing through!
Your Team Grindaix

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GRX-X The multifunction nozzle

Do you already know our new magazine article about the GRX-X multifunction nozzle?

 

Grindaix supplies you a multifunctional nozzle for your grinding process. In our new article the function of the GRX-X nozzle is described in detail and a concept for its control is presented.

The Grindaix team wishes you a lot of fun while reading!

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TEAM_GRINDAIX The new Instagram Account

Our new Instagram account is online! We are looking forward to giving you more exciting and innovative insights in the future.

You can find our account on Instagram under the name "team_grindaix"!

 

Have fun with discovering.

Team Grindaix

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Fluid Intelligence

Have you seen the latest video on industrial digitisation with Grindaix?

It is now available on the YouTube channel of Grindaix GmbH.

Dive into an exciting and innovative world with FLUID INTELLIGENCE!

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New theme world "Condition Monitoring" online!

You want to be able to monitor your production clearly and from a central location? This is easily possible with the Grindaix Monitoring System!

Get to know the Grindaix full-service package on our Condition Monitoring Theme World and get a deep insight into how it works and the possibilities that are open to you. From planning, advice on sensor selection and installation of hardware and software, to commissioning and training of your employees - WE take care of everything!
With our associated monitoring software package, you can not only monitor and store your data in real time, depending on limits, but also view your individual production in a virtual image.

Have fun while discovering.

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Excellent! Grindaix is Top Innovator 2020

For the second time since 2018, Team Grindaix has been awarded the TOP100 Innovation Award for its innovative contributions to improving the supply of cooling lubricant for grinding. With this award, Grindaix is certified by an independent jury as an innovation leader in the field of cooling lubricant technology and medium-sized industry.

Only a few years ago, our young company found optimal conditions in the environment of the machine tool laboratory (WZL) of the RWTH Aachen University to bring a technologically perfected Grindaix cooling lubricant nozzle as the first own product to series and market maturity. Today, the Grindaix GmbH product & service program includes all technical measures to ensure an optimally functioning cooling lubricant system.

We, the entire Grindaix team, are very happy about this honourable award. We would like to thank our customers for their original courage and today's willingness to implement our innovative developments.

Learn more about our award: To the Grindaix TOP100 page.

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Digitization enables resource-efficient production technology

The need to establish greater efficiency in the consumption of resources as a competitive factor within production technology - undeniable. Due to the clearly noticeable climate change and its negative effects on the living conditions of people, we are all increasingly called upon to face this great challenge without delay. This also involves providing the manufacturing industry with suitable tools to enable it to achieve high resource efficiency in a technically and economically sensible way.

The solution approach via the digitisation technology available from Grindaix and the associated consulting services of professional and experienced production engineers (audit resource efficiency), is intended to provide a concretely implementable technical orientation for manufacturing companies to monitor the use of resources in production technology as quickly as possible and to reduce it sustainably via economically effective approaches. The audit focuses mainly on the company-related consumption of operating resources in terms of energy, water, materials, operating supplies and auxiliary materials. The use of these resources is reflected in different consumption groups of the manufacturing companies by using a digitalised monitoring system (resource monitoring) of the Grindaix GmbH. This includes the production processes (manufacturing processes), production machines, transport systems, assembly systems, industrial buildings, CO2 footprint of semi-finished and unfinished goods (components) as well as retrofitting / recycling processes of disused products after return.

The resource "knowledge" in production technology, in terms of the successful management of a value-added chain and the technical interaction restrictions presented in the context of this model approach in the optimization of the overall resource consumption, is probably the most valuable resource in production companies. The superior aim of digitized assistance systems in form of resource monitoring is to secure this resource in the long term, not to lose it to competitors or generally through staff fluctuations.

In the future, such digitalized resource monitoring systems will represent the decisive unique selling point in the competition of globally fluctuating production companies, alongside the equally important resource of employees and their qualifications. In order to secure your company's own knowledge base in the future, digitized monitoring systems are irreplaceable as a database for digital assistance systems with self-learning capabilities (artificial intelligence).

The Grindaix GmbH is offering production companies digitalised monitoring systems, services and software concepts to ensure resource-efficient production technology.

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Grindaix reduces the consumption of operating resources in manufacturing industries

Methods to reduce costs in production companies are constantly being improved and have already been successfully applied. The main focus here is on improving labour productivity by successfully exploiting rationalisation potential, since the labour cost share in high-wage countries represents a significant competitive disadvantage compared with low-wage economies.

For many years, efforts to achieve an ecologically sustainable production technology were seen as costly rather than cost-saving. This approach of the company management has changed. Today, manufacturing companies are increasingly implementing measures to reduce the consumption of materials, energy, water, operating supplies and auxiliary materials.

However, mainly small and medium-sized companies often lack technically experienced starting points and orientation aids to be able to implement sustainable resource efficiency in production technology in a practical and cost-effective manner without restrictions in product quality and yield.

Innovative approaches for the successful digitalization of production environments arise from the monitoring of resource consumption. The latter requires a modular and standardized monitoring technology in the form of an easy-to-install IT infrastructure for existing machines. The production and delivery of such an IT infrastructure is the main contribution of the Grindaix GmbH. We supply our customers with a complete package (ready to connect) for simple, but accurate and reproducible data acquisition in the context of all their resource consumption, for small, medium and large companies and all sensors common in industry.

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Digitize your existing machine easily and professionally!

The Grindaix team has developed a novel hardware package for the simplest digitisation of existing machines.

Independent of the

(a) type of machine,

(b) the type of product used; or

(c) the sensor technology still to be installed

the Grindaix System offers a comprehensive and complete solution for direct installation in your company.

 

The Grindaix digitisation system enables you to

  • standardized IT infrastructure (plug&play) including server, display unit and visualization software
  • uniform data format (OPC-UA)
  • uniform time stamp of all collected data
  • real-time monitoring of all machines, systems and components
  • limit value dependent monitoring per sensor and measured variable
  • recording of the data History
  • data exchange with existing machines

All technical information can be found here.

 

The main advantages for customers who make a timely decision to digitize their production environment are:

  1. Scalable and manufacturer-independent digitization technology for your production machines (existing machines)
  2. A technically clean data test (OPC-UA) on selected machines for your IT (data usage) as an IT independent isolated application (server, display etc...)
  3. Enabling the use of artificial intelligence in production engineering in your production - and the resulting customer benefit - increase production robustness!

 

Don't miss the opportunities offered by digitisation.

 

Whether in terms of

  • Minimization of your operating materials consumption,
  • the increase of your production robustness or
  • to increase quality assurance,

the use of digitisation technology will enable you to achieve measurable success.
We would be pleased to present the digitization package to you in a targeted manner at your company. You can find your contact person here.

We look forward to your contact.

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GRX-X

A new generation of innovative Grindaix cooling lubricant nozzles follow a multifunctional approach. A cooling lubricant nozzle was previously used either to cool the machining area, to clean the grinding tools or to soak the grinding wheel bond.

In addition to all three of the above-mentioned functions, the new Grindaix multifunction nozzle GRX-X also combines the discharge of the air cushion rotating with the grinding wheel.

The multi-chamber principle allows our customers to adapt nozzles to the specific application and process. All chambers of the GRX-X multi-function nozzle are separately supplied with cooling lubricant in terms of coolant pressure and volume flow by valve control and are fed back with signals from the grinding machine.

To prevent clogging of grinding tools in the future, the tool cleaning function is switched on or amplified on the basis of active power signals. In order to avoid "aquaplaning effects" between tool and component caused by coolant supply, the supply pressure at the main cooling nozzle is reduced via vibration signals from the grinding spindle.

We would be pleased to present the multi-function nozzle to you in your company. You can find your contact person here.

We look forward to your contact.

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GRX-LAS the "air cushion killer"

At the Grindaix Innovation Days 2019 a very simple retrofit option for grinding machines was presented to effectively reduce the coolant displacement effect of the air cushion on grinding tools.

The nozzle acts as a spoiler and directs the air rotating with the grinding wheel away from the grinding wheel surface so that a coolant jet of coolant can reach the machining area as unhindered as possible. A suitable cooling lubricant jet (pressure, jet type, volume flow) is used to tap the air cushion directly on the grinding wheel surface. The cooling lubricant jet follows the wear-related diameter reduction of the grinding tool in a constant effect, without nozzle adjustment.

We would be pleased to present this product to you in your company. You can find your contact person here.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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Grindaix Innovation Days - 100% recommendation rate!

The Grindaix team was able to successfully hold the Grindaix Innovation Days on November 19/20 in the Design Offices Cologne Dominium with over 92 participants.

In addition to the specialist seminar "Avoiding grinding burn" with 17 technically well-founded lectures, 6 Grindaix product innovations and 5 product presentations by external exhibitors were presented to an expert audience in the Design Offices exhibition area. The exhibitions were flanked by presentations from the RWTH Aachen University, which works closely with the Grindaix team in the field of developing artificial intelligence for cooling lubricant technology.

The response of the participants was overwhelming. 100% of all participants would strongly recommend our technical seminar to their colleagues.
We gladly accept this praise and are already looking forward to the next event of the innovative Team Grindaix!

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Newly published articles in professional journals

Have you already read our new technical articles in the magazines "Schleifen + Polieren" and "Diamond Business"?

"Diamond Business" is THE trade magazine for users and manufacturers of diamond and CBN tools. Here we had the opportunity to present our GRX-Q and its importance for efficient production. You can find the article in the current issue 2/19, as well as in the online magazine „In Diamond“.

In the trade magazine "Schleifen + Pollieren" we were also allowed to publish an article about "The digitalization of existing machines" in the current issue 3/19. The article is all about the Grindaix data acquisition system, which will certainly be a good choice for your production!

We hope you enjoy reading it!

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Grindaix Innovation Days 2019

This year, the Grindaix Innovation Days will take place in Cologne for the first time. On November 19 & 20, 2019 a part of the beautiful Rhine metropolis of Cologne will be dedicated to the future for selected customers of Team Grindaix!

The focus of our exhibition is the presentation of product innovations for metal processing manufacturing technology. Due to the increasing digitalisation of production systems, in the future the higher-level technical networking of your production systems will also be necessary. We will show you on site at live demonstrators how this works in practice.

Within the scope of the technical seminar, the Grindaix team will present methods for analysing and solving challenges in existing grinding processes in everyday industrial work, as well as the interrelationships of all factors influencing the cooling lubricant system on the prevention of grinding burns.

We are looking forward to your participation!

Further information, the program and first impressions can be found here.

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New magazine series about the flow rate sensor "GRX-Q

In our 7 new articles from the area of monitoring the coolant supply of machine tools, you will get to know the flow sensor / volume flow sensor. It measures the volume flow, pressure and temperature of the medium to be measured, regardless of whether it is a liquid, gas or vapour.

In the magazine series we present the variety of measuring methods and the corresponding advantages. See for yourself!

We offer the following topics:

Have fun reading, wishes Team Grindaix!

A complete list of all magazine articles can be found in our overview.
More detailed information about the GRX-Q can be found directly on the corresponding product page.

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New magazine articles in the field of artificial intelligence

In our Grindaix Magazine we have already published some interesting technical articles.

From now on, 8 new magazine articles are available for you. In these articles we present aspects of artificial intelligence.

The articles outline a possible approach to successfully transferring the individual technologies into a central data system with monitoring and control functions. Furthermore, the long-term goal of establishing an autonomous production technology is presented and its potentials and risks are critically evaluated from today's point of view.

A short overview of the new articles:

We hope you enjoy reading it!

An overview of all magazine articles can be found here.

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Innovations for cooling lubricant technology

As part of the 6th Aachen Cooling Lubricant Conference on 23/24 October 2019 at the RWTH Aachen University, Team Grindaix will present three product innovations!

  1. The highly accurate and low-wear 2-in-1 pressure/flow sensor GRX-Q
  2. The Coolant Monitoring System for over 100 machine tools
  3. The multifunctional 3D printing nozzles for grinding machines

We have a limited contingent of participant discounts for our customers.
We are looking forward to your request.

Picture source and rights: WZL-RWTH-Aachen
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Order for Coolant Monitoring for 3 production plants - delivered!

Immediately after the market launch, we are allowed to equip three production units with the Coolant Monitoring System of Grindaix. The three production sites were selected by the customer to identify errors in the coolant supply as early as possible before scrap production occurs. As a result, it is expected that the investment in the coolant monitoring technology will already pay for itself by avoiding a damage event in production.

The applications all take place on pilot lines and, if successful, will be extended to the existing production periphery. 
We are very confident and happy to report to you!

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Novelty: GRX-Q pressure/flow sensors highly accurate and wear-free

What is needed, but not for sale, the Team Grindaix develops itself! This also applies to the topic of volume flow sensors. A high-precision volume flow sensor for liquid media, which simultaneously indicates the pressure under which the medium flows and is as wear-resistant as possible, was the challenge that the innovators from Kerpen (Rhineland) had to face.

Numerous commercially available sensors were tested on our own test benches, but were not found to be good. Either they were too inaccurate, not wear-resistant enough or simply impractical. The Grindaix team decided to develop the sensors themselves in order to live up to the performance promise to its more than 800 customers in the German market alone. The sensor is AI-capable, modular in three size classes and available from June 2019. A product presentation can be found on the
Grindaix Innovation Days 2019 will take place in Cologne on November 19-20. We are looking forward to meeting you! 

You will find further information on our product page

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Politics meets Grindaix-Innovations

As part of Germany's digitalisation offensive, the SPD NRW state parliament faction and the mayor of the city of Kerpen visited Team Grindaix. There was great interest in the innovation successes of the Kerpen team. The current products were all explained and presented. The focus was on products around the topic "artificial intelligence" for the production technology of tomorrow!

Grindaix presented to the representatives from politics and industry a fully automated production monitoring system with an integrated electronic module for machine learning. In the future, these products will not only monitor production units, but also learn to control them autonomously and increase their efficiency. Especially with regard to the structural measures in the brown coal region, the management of Grindaix GmbH emphasized the massive demand for skilled workers in the field of electronics, who will certainly find employment at the nationwide leading AI location NRW after only a short training.

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3D printing - becoming more and more economical

Grindaix is constantly providing new solutions in the field of additive manufacturing of process nozzles for all kinds of applications. The process maturity has increased significantly in the last three years. The product manufacturing cycles are constantly being improved due to optimised design and manufacturing methods at Grindaix and already achieve delivery times of less than 5 weeks, at a very economical price level from the user's point of view.

In GE-Sensing and Inspection Technologies GmbH, Grindaix has found a professional partner who can inspect and monitor the quality of printed nozzle interiors with high resolution in the µm range using X-ray analysis. The functional surface of our components is not visible from the outside, says owner Dr. Friedrich, "therefore it is even more important to sustainably guarantee the high quality standard of Grindaix products with the latest technology".

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Grindaix Innovation Days 2019 in Cologne

This year, the Grindaix Innovation Days will take place in Cologne for the first time. On these days a part of the beautiful Rhine metropolis Cologne will be under the sign of the future for selected customers of Team Grindaix!

Within the framework of a technical seminar, Team Grindaix directly presents 5 product innovations. 1. robust laser systems for positioning of machine components in oil contaminated environments, 2. high-precision and wear-free volume flow sensors with AI connection, 3. solutions for the practical implementation of artificial intelligence in production engineering, 4. innovations in metal printing technology as well as 5. control and regulation systems. Participation is limited to 100 persons.

You can find further information here.

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Excellent! - Grindaix is Top Innovator 2018

During an award ceremony on 29.06.2018, Team Grindaix was awarded the TOP100 Innovation Prize for its innovative contributions to improving the supply of cooling lubricant during grinding. With this award, Grindaix is attested by an independent jury to be an innovation leader in the field of cooling lubricant technology and medium-sized industry.

Only a few years ago, our young company found optimal conditions in the vicinity of the Machine Tool Laboratory (WZL) of the RWTH Aachen University to bring a technologically mature Grindaix cooling lubricant nozzle as the first own product to series and market readiness. Today, the Grindaix GmbH product & service program includes all technical measures to guarantee an optimally functioning cooling lubricant (KSS) system.

We, the entire Grindaix team, are very pleased about this honourable award. We would like to thank our customers for their original courage and today's willingness to use our innovative developments.

 

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