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Advanced Engineering 2020

NEC, Birmingham(B40 1NT)

04/11/2020 - 05/11/2020

The UK's largest annual advanced manufacturing trade show, Advanced Engineering is your opportunity to (more)

Drives & Controls Exhibition

NEC, Birmingham(B40 1NT)

25/01/2021 - 27/01/2021

The show brings together key suppliers of state-of-the-art equipment representing the multi-tasking culture (more)

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Adhesives assure hydraulic systems’ reliability for 25 years
A gigantic Berg Propulsion propeller with a diameter of more than nine metres dwarfs the men standing next to it and at every stage of its manufacture, Loctite engineering adhesives from Henkel have an important part to play. Loctite threadlockers and thread sealants secure assemblies in the (more...)
Advanced IO-Link encoders streamline machine controls
Sick has released advanced variants of its AHS36 and AHM36 IO-Link absolute encoders that can harness valuable diagnostic insights for better machine control and availability. With versatile programming options, they make it easy to integrate data from encoders into localised and ‘edge (more...)
Automation tackles high reliability challenge
The design challenge in a new unscrambler system for plastic bottles: to achieve a cycle of 200 containers per minute, whilst also ensuring high reliability and low maintenance. With over 40 years of experience in the packaging sector, Packfeeder specialises in the design and manufacture of (more...)
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Cost-effective control for oxygen generation
The XTP501 oxygen analyzer from Michell Instruments is a cost-effective quality-control analyzer for oxygen generators. The new analyzer is small, lightweight and uses the same thermo-paramagnetic sensor as Michell’s premium XTP601 oxygen analyzer range. Suitable for installation in safe (more...)
FDB Panel Fittings has a handle on clip-on technology
FDB Panel Fittings and sales partner Dirak have recently introduced an upmarket, rugged, recessed handle with clean design style. The DST handle offers extra-secure retention with IP65 sealing for large manual equipment. The new handle features tool-less installation with D-Snap technology and deep (more...)
Hybrid roller bearings offer easy adjustment in lateral positioning systems
In linear systems, if a low driving force is required, especially for manual adjustments, rollers are often used in the bearing element to reduce friction. However, to absorb the lateral forces, the position of these rollers is crucial. As a solution, Igus has introduced two new hybrid roller (more...)
Increase productivity: focus on outputs versus inputs
As the manufacturing industry approaches a ‘new normal’, the competitive landscape will see some changes, and those quick off the mark may gain an advantage. Here Rachel Chancellor, Marketing Manager at adhesives specialist Intertronics, explores how manufacturers can increase their (more...)
Kistler launches the world's largest piezoelectric 3-component force sensor
With a measuring range of up to 450kN in the Z axis and 100kN in the X and Y axes, Kistler says its Type 9397C 3-component force sensor offers a unique measuring capacity. This, said to be the largest sensor of its type in the world, is the ideal choice for large-scale measurement tasks such as (more...)
Lead screw and nut provides economical linear motion solution
A lead screw, which can also be known as a power screw, is a length of metal bar stock that has had a thread form, either cold rolled or machined into it. The screw thread form is then available in a number of profiles including terms such as acme, stub acme, trapezoidal and buttress. All thread (more...)
Miniature motors for tattoo machines
The 21st Century has seen something of a renaissance for the tattoo industry that has swept across the world. Fine artists and increasingly sophisticated technology have redefined what is possible in body art, and what was once regarded as symbolism for countercultures is now very much mainstream (more...)
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