This 35mm linear stepper motor offers an enhanced design ideal for applications demanding high linear force. The new 35DBM features an optimized magnetic circuit powered by high energy neodymium magnets. The 7.5 deg step angle provides finer incremental movement with a high degree of accuracy and repeatability.
Tyco Gas & Flame Detection is pleased to announce that the BM25 & BM 25 Wireless area gas monitor have been INMETRO approved as per governmental regulation n°179-2010 and has received certification N°15.0200 X.
Seco Tools has expanded its family of Duratomic-technology-based TP grades to include TP3501, a grade that provides optimal application security. The new grade is ideal for steel turning applications that involve heavy interruptions, less stable machines, small internal features or weak setups due to part size or shape.
Seco Tools, a leading global provider of metal cutting solutions for milling, turning, holemaking and toolholding, recently launched its new global website, www.secotools.com, to guide manufacturers to metal cutting solutions. The new secotools.com helps customers improve productivity and navigate complex metalworking processes with access to robust product and technical information, best-in-the-industry resources and support in one centralised location.
“At Seco, we understand that in today’s competitive marketplace, manufacturers need fast and reliable solutions to their complex metalworking challenges,” said Lars Bergstrom, CEO of Seco Tools. “The new secotools.com makes it easier for our customers to find the products and support they need to increase productivity.”
Industrial Ethernet and Wireless growth is accelerated by the increasing need for industrial devices to get connected and the Industrial Internet of Things. This is the main finding of HMS Industrial Networks’ annual study of the industrial network market. Industrial Ethernet now accounts for 46% of the market (38 last year). Wireless technologies are also coming on strong, now at 6% (4) market share. Combined, industrial Ethernet and Wireless now account for 52% of the market, while fieldbuses are at 48%.