QINGDAO, China—Mesnac has announced the launch of three systems and three new machines at its headquarters in Qingdao.
The systems, all for tire-building machines, include a development system, a mixed reality system for maintenance and a big data analysis system for quality prediction, said a company press release.
Branded ROC, the building machine development system comprises standard modules that can streamline the customization process based on clients' needs.
Mesnac said it has also set up a lab for the system to test externally purchased components before finalizing the design.
The mixed reality system employs wearables to allow remote repair and also help train the maintenance staff.
"The technology will soon cover all of Mesnac's product line," said the company's announcement.
The 'big data' system is designed to generate models for correlation analysis, using classical data mining and DNN machine learning.
This capability, said Mesnac, enables tire-building machines to predict product quality, based on correlation between green tire quality and dynamic balance uniformity.
Mesnac rolled out three machines at the launch event, including the O-PRO truck and bus tire-building machine, which specializes in customized tires ranging from 20" to 25" in size.
The company claims to have made breakthrough in green-tire positioning and tread winding, raising productivity by 50 percent compared with Mesnac's older models.
The small-degree fabric cutting machine has improved its performance in noise and vibration reduction compared with the company's older models.
The system is equipped with synchronized rectification and closed-loop control technologies.
The AT-3 truck and bus tire bead filler production line holds 44 patents and has raised its annual capacity from 1 million unit to 1.4 million unit compared with older models.
"Mesnac will continue to broaden its portfolio for tire building machinery and make its products smarter with higher quality.
Mesnac aims to become the world's top building machine maker over the next three to five years," the company stated.