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Igus robolink robots tend machine tools
Robots are increasingly being used to reduce repetitive strain injuries, allow for operation in wet or harsh environments or to save cost. They are frequently used for material handling, for example removing a finished part from a milling machine and replacing it with a blank part for processing. (more...)
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Published: - 29th July 2016
Morgan and D3O create world’s most advanced helmet for defence sector
Morgan Advanced Materials, a world leader in the application of advanced composite material technology, has incorporated D3O TRUST high-performance padding system into its ultra-lightweight combat helmet portfolio, the LASA AC914 and LASA AC915. The combination of Morgan’s hybrid composite (more...)
Published: - 29th July 2016
New white paper from Eaton helps machine builders save money
Eaton has published a new white paper that describes how its intelligent wiring and communication technology can simplify wiring inside control cabinets. The power management company’s new white paper, entitled Is Conventional Wiring Outdated? outlines several examples of this technology being (more...)
Published: - 29th July 2016
Northern Manufacturing & Electronics returns to EventCity
Northern Manufacturing & Electronics, the North's number one manufacturing technology and electronics exhibition, returns to EventCity, Manchester on September 28th to 29th. The show has grown consistently over its three year history, and is once again expected to increase both visitor and (more...)
Published: - 29th July 2016
Manufacturers and industrial operators around the world are contending with a growing skills shortage resulting from an evolving workforce and the influx of new technologies. These issues are forcing business leaders to reconsider their approach to machinery and facility design, training, technology (more...)
Published: - 29th July 2016
RS Components enters into global distribution agreement with Pfannenberg
RS Components has signed a long-term distribution partnership agreement with Pfannenberg (UK) Ltd for the supply of the company’s range of enclosure thermal management solutions including devices such as filterfans, cooling units, heaters, thermostats, sounders and beacons. The global (more...)
Published: - 29th July 2016
Valve island customers given greater flexibility as ASCO launch new size valve
New base plate enables valve sizes to be mixed on one island, further increasing flexibility.ASCO have added a new valve size to their Valve Islands range which gives users greater flexibility across a variety of applications and industries. The ASCO Numatics valve islands boast a wide capacity (more...)
Published: - 29th July 2016
B&R appoints new UK managing director
B&R has appointed Alan Conn as its new managing director for the UK and Ireland. Alan joins from Bosch Rexroth, where he held various sales management positions supporting OEM, end user and distribution businesses over the last nine years. From 2012 to 2016 Alan was national sales manager for (more...)
Published: - 26th July 2016
World’s first modular robot system
When architectural designer Philip started to develop a superior construction toy for his children it unpredictably resulted in the world’s first modular multi-functional robot system. One robot for one task is traditional but what happens when you are working in an environment that demands (more...)
Published: - 22nd July 2016
Jaguar Land Rover turns to Gardner Denver for compressed air solution
When it came to selecting the compressed air system for its brand new Engine Manufacturing Centre (EMC) in Wolverhampton, Jaguar Land Rover selected supplier Gardner Denver to provide a solution capable of high energy efficiency, low cost of ownership and reduced environmental impact. Based on the (more...)
Published: - 21st July 2016
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