From punched tape to the digital twin
In this Deep Dive episode moderator Christine Brunner explores the history and the future of Computerized Numerical Controls. For 60 years the Siemens SINUMERIK CNC has made production easier, faster and more flexible. For this episode Christine is joined by CNC-experts Ankita Kambale and Karsten Schwarz. Together they discuss how NC programs were coded into punched tapes and how the SINUMERIK evolved into a digital native. Tune in to the podcast and listen how the digital twin will shape the future of the machine tool industry.
Immerse yourself in six decades of Siemens CNC. A success story told by all those who have witnessed and helped to shape it, or who still do so to this day. Colleagues, former employees and customers talk about the successes, obstacles and partnerships that shaped SINUMERIK then as now. Happy Birthday, SINUMERIK!
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Were you around when the first Siemens NC system revolutionized machining technology? Were you involved in the further development of SINUMERIK? In 2020, we remember six decades of our success story. We are looking for protagonists who will let us share their personal past, present and future with SINUMERIK. What are your memories? Help us tell the whole SINUMERIK story.