For the first time, integrated machine monitoring and adaptive control with OEE+DNC has been demonstrated using a robot to aid loading a CNC machine, offering automation for manufacturing flexibility and productivity that can increase profitability.
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The Canadian Tooling and Machining Association – Western Ontario Chapter hosts a Memex customer installation Showcase and speech by the Memex CEO at their March 26, 2009 meeting. TOUR: New Age Robotics & Controls Inc. Host: Cornel Cosma 4:00 pm 515 Waydon Drive, Ayr, Ontario (see map) (519) 621-3333 Join us for a tour of […]
The Canadian Tooling and Machining Association hosts Memex customer installation Showcase and speech by the Memex CEO at their first 2009 meeting on January 22nd. TOUR: RICE TOOL & MANUFACTURING INC. Our Host: Arnold Hansma 4:00 pm 2247 Harold Road, Burlington, Ontario (see map) (905) 335-0181 Join us for a tour of Rice Tool & […]
The Canadian Tooling & Machining Association hosted a tour of Rice Tool & Manufacturing which is a highly regarded manufacturing facility with specialties in high volume, quality production machining and assembly; manufacturing of special and custom tooling and dedicated equipment; design and development of prototypes; short run precision-machined components. Over the past 35 years, Rice […]
Memex Automation introduces CNC connectivity with Machine Monitoring & Control OEE+DNC which will deliver productivity enhancements and can reduce operating costs and increase profit.
Thursday, September 12, 2008- The next evolution in manufacturing connectivity was unveiled by Memex Automation Inc. and MatrikonOPC, the world’s largest OPC connectivity provider, at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) held this week in Chicago, September 8–13, 2008. “In this competitive manufacturing world, the factory floor needs real-time connectivity to all production assets to […]
Memex is now able to connect virtually all CNC machine tools leveraging our Dynamic Computer Aided Machining (DCAM) model. Our goal is to provide a universal machine interface that makes every machine a node on the corporate network.
From October 15-18, 2007 Memex will be exhibiting at the Canadian Machine Tool Show in Toronto Ontario. We will be in booth 1844 in the Factory Automation pavilion and look forward to showing our latest technology and meeting everyone again. The show is at the Design Centre (Exhibition Grounds by the main gate) and it runs […]
We are excited to announce our first shipment of Mx1150 Local DNC Controller boards to New Mexico. These units will enable Seimens 840 CNCs to load and punch special archive files that have main MPF and all necessary SPF subprograms inside one file.
As one of the first in our sector to have a web site (August 1994), Memex has always been trying to leverage new technology to the fullest. This overhauled website for instance is made in an open source Content Management System called Joomla and is carefully tended to by the Memex team. For most of […]
MEMEX, with its visionary attitude, has been on the leading-edge of the convergence of the industry trends in Computing Power, Connectivity of Machines, Industry Standards, Advanced Software Technology, and Manufacturing Domain Expertise. MEMEX is the developer of MERLIN, an award winning IIoT technology platform that delivers tangible increases in manufacturing productivity in real-time.
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