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Southern Manufacturing & Electronics

Farnborough, Hants(GU14 6XL)

11/02/2020 - 13/02/2020

Southern Manufacturing and Electronics is the most comprehensive annual industrial exhibition in the (more)

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Automating the aerospace sector
To assist with the development of an automated masking system for a leading UK aerospace company, automation solution provider Astech Projects turned to adhesives and coatings specialist Intertronics. Astech Projects, part of Schauenburg International group of companies, is a supplier of robotics (more...)
Automation delivers greater freedom for cows and farmers
The combination of cartesian robotics with pneumatics technology has delivered an innovative automated milking technology that offers benefits to dairy cows and farmers alike. Like many other industries, dairy farming is under increasing pressure to become more efficient and more productive. A (more...)
Collaborative or cooperative: which type of robot suits your needs best?
Barry Weller, product manager at Mitsubishi Electric, looks at the key features of collaborative and cooperative robots and how to quickly identify the best system for an intended application. Robots are becoming increasingly easy to use, more economical and suitable for a higher number of (more...)
Digital twins revolutionise time to market for machines
How long it takes to develop a machine's hardware and program its software can be a decisive factor in its success or failure against the competition. Digital twins can play an important role in rapid development and testing. The only way for machines to achieve their ever tighter development (more...)
Drives increase productivity on new generation winding machines
Leicht Stanzautomation is a designer and manufacturer of systems for winding and unwinding strips and wires. The company’s newest generation ASW series automated multiple winders are characterised by cost-effective productivity, with dramatically increased performance over previous generation (more...)
Electric motors address trends in robotics
From recreational robots such as drones, to critical operational robots in the medical field, robotic technology is changing our daily lives. Following the UK-Robotics and Autonomous Systems (UK-RAS) robotics week, Stewart Goulding of EMS explores some current trends. Robots are everywhere – (more...)
EMS
Improving plant performance with bearing remanufacturing
As companies look at ways to improve their environmental credentials and meet sustainability targets, remanufacturing is an attractive option for industrial bearings. Key components can be rebuilt in a way that cuts maintenance costs, improves reliability, and maximises plant performance. Paul (more...)
JHB and Bowman collaborate on possibly the most important innovation in split bearings in over 100 years
John Handley Bearings earlier this year launched their new patented range of JHB split Bearings and now production has commenced at their new facilities at Kingswinford near Birmingham. With the highest radial and axial capacities of ANY split bearing currently available the buzz around this new (more...)
Making light work of robot integration
Sick has extended its innovative family of 3D snapshot vision sensors with the launch of the Visionary S stereo camera, enabling precise, high-speed capture of 3D colour images for integration into robot guidance and quality inspection applications. The Sick Visionary S 3D snapshot camera combines (more...)
Measurement gauge enables production growth for aero manufacturer
Senior Aerospace Weston is a leading supplier of a wide range of complex precision machined components and subassemblies, predominantly for the commercial aviation market. At the company’s machine shop in Earby, UK, 95% of output is for use in Airbus aircraft, mainly A320 and A321, but also (more...)
Renishaw
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