NewsMitsubishi Electric India launches “CNC-on-Wheels”

Mitsubishi Electric India launches “CNC-on-Wheels”

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Mitsubishi Electric Computerized Numerical Controllers (CNCs) has announced a demonstration and training caravan “CNC-on-Wheels”. The vehicle was launched at the Mitsubishi Electric, CNC Technical Centre in Peenya and will begin its journey within the Peenya industrial zone first, before moving on to other industrial regions.

Mitsubishi Electric CNC offers advanced CNC control system that can take the requirements of customers for machining to a greater level of performance. The company offers CNC tools and techniques to various machines in factories. Mitsubishi Electric India started It’s CNC manufacturing facility in Peenya, Bengaluru in 2017 to help support the ‘Make in India’ initiative and assist industries seeking to make the most of the most recent manufacturing technologies.

“CNC-on-Wheels “CNC-on-Wheels” program is one of the initiatives by Mitsubishi Electric CNC which has its main focus on helping to improve the manufacturing ecosystem in India. This initiative is aimed at developing the skills of the upcoming machine operators, and will help them develop their technical abilities in learning about the most recent CNC Systems. We, as a company, don’t want the advancement of technology and its capabilities to be restricted to customers and classrooms only and with this initiative, we will be bringing our latest methods of training to the skilled and semi-skilled workforce in the field so that they are able to see how to learn and gain an experience with our products, and are confident working with these machines.

The “CNC-on-Wheels” comprises two main CNC control systems: M80, which is our most popular product, and E80, which has few features, targeted at MSMEs and SMSe. The program is designed so that an engineer who is a certified engineer from Mitsubishi Electric will always be in the vehicle throughout the travel of the vehicle through the industrial sectors. This will bring numerous benefits , such as sharing information of applications, operations and troubleshooting, and explanation of features specific to the vehicle, and more. that will be made available to the customers.

In his remarks at during the “CNC-on-Wheels” launch the event’s host, the Mr. Masaya Takeda, General Manager, CNC Systems, Mitsubishi Electric India Pvt. Ltd. stated, “It is our prime desire to be connected to CNC operators and the most important decision makers in the industry of metal cutting. With the introduction of a brand new demonstration and training vehicle, we intend to help the development of the capabilities that our CNC operators to help them move toward the Government’s “Skill India Mission’ and ‘Make in India’ initiative. It is our intention to continue to help the Indian manufacturing sector, as we have for a number of years.” Mitsubishi Electric India CNC believes in leading India to a better future that is sustainable for the future and also. This initiative is in support of the idea of efficient and sustainable manufacturing by providing manufacturing with sustainable technology and cutting-edge production techniques so that manufacturing industry and its workforce grow and leads India into becoming an international leading manufacturing center in the coming years. This initiative will be implemented in compliance in accordance with COVID-19 standards to ensure safety and security for the population.

Michal Pukala
Electronics and Telecommunications engineer with Electro-energetics Master degree graduation. Lightning designer experienced engineer. Currently working in IT industry.