With more than 350 employees, Lindner develops and produces pioneering recycling solutions at 3 locations in Austria and thus sets standards for GREENTECH innovations. DMG MORI makes it possible for Lindner to manufacture the shredder components highly productively, as the latest installation shows: The process designed by DMG MORI Heitec includes two DMU 80 P duoBLOCK machines with WH Flex.
With the new PSC-series precision planetary gear units, Schaeffler is not only expanding its portfolio of robotics gears, but is also setting the benchmark in the field of ultra-precision gear units for widespread use in robotics.
Congatec – a leading vendor of embedded and edge computing technology – introduces seven less power-hungry variants of the 12th Generation Intel Core IOTG mobile processors (formerly codenamed Alder Lake) on 7 new COM-HPC and COM Express Computer-on-Modules each.
Kontron, a leading global provider of IoT/Embedded Computing Technology, presents a new generation of its high-end industrial computers in box PC format - the KBox C-104-TGL family - at embedded world 2022. The systems are based on 11th Gen Intel® Core or Intel® Xeon® W processors, improve determinism in Industry 4.0 environments with integrated TSN and Intel® Time Coordinated Computing functionality.
Thanks to the adoption of NSK's linear guides with K1 lubrication units, a timber manufacturer managed to reduce conveyor downtime by a factor of more than 12, prompting annual cost savings of more than €77,000.
Bosch Rexroth will be unveiling a new Hägglunds drive unit specially developed for rubber machines at the 2022 International Rubber Conference in Nuremberg. It is designed to significantly reduce energy consumption and hence also reduce CO2 emissions as part of daily operations. Similarly to an electromechanical drive, the pre-assembled and tested drive unit can be connected to the shaft in any installation position. Six sizes cover all standard mill sizes.
Dr Mike Coulson, Analogue Design Manager at ASIC design and supply company Swindon Silicon Systems, explains how custom ICs for position sensors are helping to deliver speed, accuracy and cost savings to industrial automation. Numerous industries are embracing the ‘4.0’ paradigm, which frames the adoption of various digital technologies as a fourth industrial revolution.
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