In order to achieve industrial excellence Joseph MARTIN is now striving to organize “smart workshop”.
This is the industry 4.0 whose main principles are:
- Interconnection between machines, devices, and humans;
- Information transparency in order to collect great amounts of data;
- Technical assistance and training of operators on new technology;
- Decentralized decisions in order to perform as autonomously as possible.
Thanks to the introduction of Automated Process Control (APC) Joseph Martin SA will be able to automatically setup the machine tools, create interconnections in their plant and be more effective in their production.
In traditional industries, operator must control the process. With APC, the software is connected to the control means and interacts on the machine in real time, so it can calculate the right corrections even if these are interdependent.
Our APC software avoids any miscalculation problem and standardizes machines setting methodology. It can help to increase the speed of serial change and reduce the costs of non-quality. The target is to improve these main Key Process Indicator. This project results therefore from a real need to improve quality of parts in the automotive industry.
For this project, funded under the European H2020 IOT4Industry program – co-supported by Mont-Blanc Industries, the challenge is to create the connections between the measuring devices, APC software and turning machine. The first prototype on an Index is ongoing and first results will be available in September 2020.
Joseph Martin participated at the AMD Automotive Detroit show which took place from
the last 16th to 18th October.
Automotive Detroit is the first event in the US, specially dedicated to
It gathered more than
600 exhibiting companies (manufacturers, suppliers, subcontractors) who came
from 25 countries.
Martin’s company, this event was the opportunity to increase its presence in
the United States.
With 30 years of working experiencewith the USA, the company aims to strengthen its positioning in automotivemarket.
Joseph Martin are awarded the 2016 SOY (Supplier of the Year) Award by the equipment manufacturer BorgWarner
On 17th May, the company Joseph Martin was handed a prestigious award by one of the major motor industry component manufacturers, Borg Warner, the “2016 SOY” (Supplier of the Year) award.
This distinction is a reward both for the company’s efforts in achieving a high level of quality and also its performances on turnaround times and cost.
In the presence of Borg Warner’s American and European management, Laurent Martin, the company’s managing director, thanked Borg Warner and the company’s own employees and spoke about a long-standing relationship :
“We’re thrilled to have been recognised by one of the world’s largest equipment manufacturers, we have a strong, solid partnership with Borg Warner. This award is the result of everyone working incredibly hard every day, along with our ability to look at ourselves in order to find ways of adapting to what customers need”.
Borg Warner, key figures: 9 thousand million dollars in turnover, 27,000 employees, 62 operations in 17 countries.
Out of its 2800 suppliers in 2016, Borg Warner gave out just nine Awards, one of them to the company Joseph Martin SA.
The company Joseph Martin now has the new TORNOS Multiswiss XL 8×26, a new generation multi-spindle turning machine.
The company Joseph Martin is constantly adding to its arsenal of machinery and has just acquired a new multi-spindle turning machine, the Multiswiss XL 8×26, a new machine which is being tested exclusively at Martin.
- This Multiswiss XL machine has eight spindles and eight slides with axes (X, Z, Y) in standard mode (which can be fitted with up to three tools per slide), thus allowing you to do more, whilst at the same time offering enormous productivity.
- The spindles are mounted on hydrostatic bearings, and this allows very good machining quality and also means less wear on the cutting tools.
- As a result, parts measuring up to a maximum of 26 mm in diameter and 65 mm in length can be machined
The company Joseph Martin is a regular in both the decomagazine and its purchase of Tornos equipment. Since 1969, the year Joseph Martin got its first Tornos multispindle machine, the workshops has actually filled with machines of all generations of the Swiss machine builder.
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