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13 October 2017

Wieland Electric’s samosPRO Compact at SOVEX has reduced wiring, reduced installation time, lowered the complexity of the control system and provided seamless integration of safety with the control function on its Bendy Boom vehicle loader.

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13 October 2017

Hartings’s new Han-Modular Sliding Frame is a docking connector designed for use with motor control centres that incorporates a test position in addition to the normal mated and unmated positions.

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16 October 2017

Leybold has significantly reduced the energy consumption of its established DIP and newly developed DIJ diffusion pump series, with the aid of intelligent technologies and innovations

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09 October 2017

Routine sensor replacement is a necessary maintenance step in continuous online pH monitoring; the Sensorex SD7500 Universal Differential pH Probe extends the working lifetime of sensors, reducing maintenance frequency, without compromising accuracy and reliability.

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09 October 2017

A recent example of a spring for a safety critical aerospace non-return valve presented new challenges to the design and production team at William Hughes.

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09 October 2017

Specialist distributor Switchtec is now supplying Telergon’s ZBK range of IP66 switch disconnectors. These rugged disconnectors are used as the main on-off switch or isolating switch for general isolating duties or as emergency padlockable on/off switches within the contractor and control industries.

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25 September 2017

Leading connector suppliers Huber+Suhner, Radiall and Rosenberger, announce the launch of NEX10, a jointly developed new RF connector system.

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25 September 2017

The LU6 series from Aventics can take on safety-relevant functions as both a static lock and a dynamic brake: The lock element can be used as a holding unit to block a movement and as a brake unit for emergency stop or off.

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18 September 2017

Electronic component specialist Hitaltech is to preview a new prototype enclosure at the Engineering Design Show in October.

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09 October 2017

Tirius, a company at the forefront of electric vehicle design and development has supplied a test rig based on a wireless torque sensor to a renowned UK University automotive research facility.

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13 September 2017

The recently expanded range of Flexflow process sensors available from Baumer is based on the calorimetric measurement principle which enables the monitoring of both flow and velocity in addition to media temperature in a single instrument. The combination of two measuring functions in a single sensor reduces the number of measuring points required in closed systems and therefore minimises installation costs, service and storage. 

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11 September 2017

RS Components (RS) has announced availability of the fourth generation of LOGO!Power power supplies from Siemens. These new ultra-narrow power supply units have the same design as the Siemens LOGO!8 logic controllers and deliver up to 100W for distribution boards, as well as being fully compatible with the third-generation range of devices.

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07 September 2017

Providing control voltage supplies to field-mounted devices is a headache for every panel builder, especially when the overcurrent and short-circuit protection are also needed. Conventional solutions are time consuming to implement and take up a lot of space in the control panel, but now there’s a better way: maxGuard from Weidmüller

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04 September 2017

Atlas Copco has extended its range of variable speed driven vacuum pumps with the addition of three models offering flow rates up to 5004 m3/h. The new GHS 3800-5400 VSD+ rotary screw pumps are particularly suited for large industrial vacuum users in the UK’s glass, plastics, canning and food packaging industries.

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31 August 2017

Wanner International claims that using Hydra-Cell seal-less diaphragm pumps can eliminate the problem of pumps failing through running dry, or becoming damaged due to pumping corrosive liquids.

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31 August 2017

Murrelektronik's industrial M12 connectors with IP67 protection are suitable for use in demanding industrial Ethernet applications.

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31 August 2017

LEMO will showcase standard off-the-shelf rugged multi-pin connectors at this year’s Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition, at London ExCel, 12th-15th September.

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31 August 2017

A new latching wire entry terminal block from Hitaltech enables high current inputs and outputs to be connected to a printed circuit board at speed, without the use of a tool.

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23 August 2017

With PITestop active, Pilz has a new range of E-STOP pushbuttons that can be activated electrically and indicates by illumination whether or not it is active.

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22 August 2017

New Hygienic Design air/water heat exchangers from Rittal are ideally suited to the food industry, where hygiene standards are exceptionally stringent.

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FEATURES

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19 October 2017

The availability of end-to-end data is the key to productivity in any automated process. Andy Pye visited the German HQ of Rittal in Herborn to see the latest thinking in the automation of control panel building and enclosure manufacture

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29 June 2017

Looking at 3D printing in terms of meaningful expression, rather than the accurate reproduction of digital data, a project at the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) is using a flexible Mitsubishi Electric MELFA RV-7FLM articulated arm industrial robot

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09 May 2017

With the use of fans to cool AC-DC power supplies becoming increasingly widespread, where human interaction with the equipment is necessary, manufacturers are becoming increasingly concerned about audible fan noise. Paul Goodwin, product manager, TDK-Lambda, reports

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21 February 2017

Chris G Jones, group leader at Frazer-Nash Consultancy, discusses how using Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) can help you to assure your designs and understand the impact of change

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13 October 2016

Misconceptions can often lead to a fear of new developments, especially in the world of technological innovation. Using water-cooling for electrical devices, for example, has a stigma due to the combination of liquid and electricity. Steve Hughes, MD of REO UK, reports

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30 August 2016

With energy efficiency and Industry 4.0 topping the agenda at Rittal, it is little wonder that the company has brought these two strategies together in the performance and production of its Blue e+ cooling unit series. Charlotte Stonestreet visited the company's Italian production facility to find out more

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09 August 2016

Having introduced SOLIDWORKS to the UK 20 years ago, New Technology CADCAM believes the industry is on the cusp of another technology change with the onset of CAD in the Cloud. Chief executive Peter Teague looks at the demand for CAD in the Cloud and the launch of SOLIDWORKS XDesign


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23 June 2016

From engines to trim, toys to medical devices and instrumentation to valves, the Lee Spring capability to quickly create application specific springs and spring components is aiding the regrowth of UK manufacturing industry.

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14 June 2016

Proto Labs has over 400 CNC mills, more than 70 moulding machines and more than 50 3D printers. So, viewed objectively, which process is most attractive?

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03 May 2016

For building control panels, Omron is introducing around 600 different factory automation (FA) devices, across 18 different product categories

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26 April 2016

Traditionally used for structures such as machine guards and work stations, the versatile MayTec profile system is lending itself to an increasingly wide variety of applications. David Rowe from distributor, Applied Automation Industrial Systems, explains how the company uses MayTec itself and how the market is growing

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01 March 2016

Robin Weston from Renishaw’s Additive Manufacturing Products Division, looks at the potential of 3D printing for manufacturing and why the adoption of new technologies should always be informed by a thorough evaluation

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29 February 2016

According to Goss Springs, there are essentially just two ways to select an appropriate spring for the job...

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04 January 2016

The drive continues for improved pump efficiency, as Steve Schofield, director and chief executive of BPMA (British Pump Manufacturers Association), explains

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14 December 2015

Dassault Systèmes has launched the latest release of Solidworks 2016, the 3D design and engineering application

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31 December 2015

Providing products for all forms of cycling – from commuter to competitor – Muc-Off officially partnered with Team Sky in 2014. In a sport where seconds can separate winning and losing in a 21-day tour, marginal gains mean everything, so Muc-Off set out to create a world-beating lubricant

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15 December 2015

The length of service life of units and systems is one of the most important requirements in mechanical engineering. In order to prevent system failures, control components (which are subjected to a thermal stress that depends on the load placed on the machine) require climate control.

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20 October 2015

Monitoring electromagnetic safety brakes is increasingly important. The Mayr Roba-Brake-Checker is not only able to energise brakes, but can also monitor them without the use of sensors. Hermann Bestle explains how.

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14 October 2015

Spill free, clean break, flat face, double shut off, single shut off are just some of the options available when selecting quick connectors. How do they differ? What benefits do they bring? Craig Forrester of Stäubli Connectors explains

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14 October 2015

Although robots have been used to assemble cars for 50 years, the pace of implementation is increasing rapidly. New production techniques are being developed by manufacturers as they strive for better productivity and profitability. Justin Leonard, director, igus reports

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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12 January 2016

SafetyBridge technology enables machine builders and system integrators to incorporate safety easily by means of intelligent, safe I/O modules.

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04 April 2017

The 319 series comprises of a low voltage, permanent magnet DC motor with worm gearbox developed for a compact, low noise and cost effective solution to suit many applications.

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28 September 2015

An essential part of day-to-day maintenance programmes, oil and lubricants are a vital commodity in ensuring mechanical parts run smoothly and reliably.

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11 August 2017

HEIDENHAIN offers a wide range of position measuring devices that include sealed and exposed linear encoders and length gauges in absolute and incremental versions for a variety of applications.

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08 February 2013

Special Executions

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09 May 2017

H-Fang Brand Slewing Solutions. Cone Drive’s slewing drives employ precision motion technology that provides a large ratio in a single stage of gearing.

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04 April 2017

OEM Automatic are pleased to announce we are now the UK agents for Aplisens who manufacture Smart field devices for pressure, differential pressure, level and temperature.

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23 June 2016

The new Portescap 22DCP DC motors deliver high speed-to-torque performance at optimised cost

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07 April 2016

The ArcuDent Toothcoupling is a double-jointed steel coupling. The teeth of the hubs and covers receive shape corrections to allow the highest misalignment capacity. It is a flexible, but nonetheless torsion-resistant coupling.

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09 May 2017

High Torque. High Precision. Our Power Transmission Solutions are designed with torque in mind.

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12 January 2017

A replace-in-place designed coupling for quick installation and replacement.

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21 July 2015

A reliable and secure recording solution

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09 May 2016

The PNOZ m B0 base unit is an energy efficient safety controller that uses up to 80 % less energy than comparable products.

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04 April 2017

Alongside their single and three phase high powered motors, Tecnotion, the linear motor specialist, offers a selection of both iron core and ironless motors for low voltage purposes.

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28 July 2015

We have recently expanded our comprehensive range of fasteners to include tools, personal protective equipment and abrasives.

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