Cloud computing are disrupting the development of the injection molding industry

Time: 2019-01-10
Summary: The advantage of this system is that customers can access important information anytime, anywhere from anywhere in the world.
The first component is the mold monitor, which is a miniature battery-powered device installed by the enterprise on the injection mold. The device then records the mold cycle time and calculates the cycle time, and compares it with the previous weeks to improve efficiency.
  
The second part is the stamping module or radio transmitter. The enterprise installs it on the molding machine to communicate wirelessly with the third component. The third component is a device connected via Ethernet, which is used to send the data from the mold to the database in real time. Customers can log in and view information.
  
   The advantage of this system is that customers can access important information anytime, anywhere from anywhere in the world.
  
   Manufacturers can configure this monitoring system to provide real-time alerts when molds fail or are not operating within specified limits.
  
   For example, users can set intervals to alert them about preventive maintenance and whether certain molds are overdue for maintenance.
  
   Another example of how companies customize such monitoring systems is by tracking real-time measurements (such as cycle time and efficiency) and alerting users when the mold does not meet the standard requirements.

 Mold manufacturers and molders use cloud computing and big data technology to gain many advantages, such as the ability to monitor the systems created for molds. This way of working is that the system includes three components.
  
   The first component is the mold monitor, which is a miniature battery-powered device installed by the enterprise on the injection mold. The device then records the mold cycle time and calculates the cycle time, and compares it with the previous weeks to improve efficiency.
  
The second part is the stamping module or radio transmitter. The enterprise installs it on the molding machine to communicate wirelessly with the third component. The third component is a device connected via Ethernet, which is used to send the data from the mold to the database in real time. Customers can log in and view information.
  
   The advantage of this system is that customers can access important information anytime, anywhere from anywhere in the world.
  
   Manufacturers can configure this monitoring system to provide real-time alerts when molds fail or are not operating within specified limits.
  
   For example, users can set intervals to alert them about preventive maintenance and whether certain molds are overdue for maintenance.
  
   Another example of how companies customize such monitoring systems is by tracking real-time measurements (such as cycle time and efficiency) and alerting users when the mold does not meet the standard requirements.

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