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This app puts a digital twin on your device

By Chemical Engineering |

With the new Version 2.0 of this company’s ProcessApp for bulk-materials processing equipment, users have a digital twin of their machine virtually in their pocket. Operators can request spare parts directly from their machine or contact the manufacturer. ProcessApp can also be used to measure motion curves on the TSM/tsi tumbler screening machine. In addition to the tumbler screening machine, the app is now available for other machine types, such as the VRS vibration screening machine and the MSizer compact. Each new machine is equipped with its own QR code. The machine can be uniquely identified immediately by scanning the code. An embedded digital twin of the machine and an interactive drawing guide ProcessApp users to appropriate spare-parts selection. — Allgaier Group, Uhingen, Germany

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