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GEA GROUP News

A pivotal time for pharma's global biotechnology industry

In these uncertain times, GEA, the globally active mechanical and plant engineering company, is taken its role in the fight against the coronavirus — and any other — epidemic, extremely seriously.

Bühler News

Bühler creates the Bühler Virtual World to support food industry resilience during challenging times

In just six weeks, Bühler transformed its physical interpack program into a fully digital experience. It has certainly been a very steep learning curve for the company, but one that will give Bühler’s partners and customers access to new services for operational efficiency and capacity improvement, new product proposals to delight consumers, and inspiration to ensure the long-term sustainability of our global food supply.

Stemmer imaging News

TELEDYNE DALSA: GENIE NANO 5GIGE CAMERAS ENABLE HIGH-SPEED DATA TRANSFER OVER LONG DISTANCES

Teledyne DALSA’s Genie Nano 5GigE cameras provide an ideal solution for high-speed data transfer over distances up to 100m using traditional Ethernet components. Using the 5GBASE-T interface, but with the added benefit of Teledyne DALSA’s TurboDrive technology, data throughput approaching 10GigE is possible, but at a much lower price.

Baumüller News

New Baumüller motor is a game changer

With the new motor size 560, the Nuremberg-based drive and automation specialist Baumüller is opening up new areas of application for electric direct drive technology.

VOLLMER News

SCHRODE IS RELYING ON SWABIAN SHARPENING TECHNOLOGY FROM VOLLMER

VOLLMER develops grinding and erosion machines; Schrode manufactures cutting tools for metals, composites or wood. Schrode's list of customers includes companies from the automotive industry, tool manufacturing, mechanical engineering or medical technology.

TE Connectivity News

TE Connectivity and Komax announce new wiring solution to boost productivity in manufacturing harnesses for terminal block assemblies

TE Connectivity (TE), a world leader in connectivity and sensors, and Komax, a pioneer and market leader in the field of automated wire processing, have partnered on the production of harnesses on the Komax Omega 740/750 automatic harness machines. The machines incorporate TE`s ENTRELEC SNK series of pluggable terminal blocks in their design.

B&R News

Maximum productivity with a compact footprint

The 838 millimeter-wide curved segment for SuperTrak is particularly suitable for automated assembly lines, where larger assemblies have to interact with the track system.

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