Tightening Process Quality Starter Kit
Kick-start your Industry 4.0 project by monitoring and analyzing the process data from your tightening systems
Launching an Industry 4.0 project for tightening systems
The Tightening Process Quality Starter Kit connects the Nexo cordless nutrunner or the BS350 tightening system to our . This makes it possible to monitor, compare, and document complex or even safety-critical tightening processes in near real-time. Direct access to this process data safeguards quality to make production more profitable. Thanks to the automated analysis of the tightening processes, customers have more time available for value-added tasks. To enhance the analysis, multiple process curves can be generated and displayed on the same graph.
Depending on the project, tightening systems from other manufacturers can be connected – please contact us for more information.
Connecting tightening systems. Higher transparency, improved productivity.
The helps to quickly integrate Rexroth tightening systems – with the latest version of the Rexroth firmware, no additional implementation measures are required. Process data that follows this protocol can be analyzed directly in the Process Quality Module of the . Various measuring parameters and tolerances for the tightening curves can be visualized in a cockpit, making sure problems are detected and resolved more quickly. Patented analysis functions help to identify systematic errors, detect trends early on, and locate causes so that measures can be taken before a defective product is even manufactured.
Alongside Process Quality Monitoring, the Starter Kit offers tightening experts the additional benefits of the basic Nexeed Production Performance Manager, such as condition monitoring and pre-configured rules/events.
Elements of the Tightening Process Quality Starter Kit
The Starter Kit is an add-on for existing Rexroth tightening systems. We integrate the tightening systems into the software solution to improve production operations. What’s more, our customers can learn how to independently integrate further tightening systems into their production processes, display them digitally, and optimize them.