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30 November 2022

FOR MANY years Turck Banner has worked with customers to improve efficiency across a huge range of applications, from saving energy using LED lighting, through to identifying areas for improvement with OEE Kits.

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28 November 2022

ROBERT BADCOCK, CEO of signal conditioning and wireless telemetry specialist Mantracourt, discusses some of the challenges that motor teams face and how remote monitoring technology can help optimise a car for racing.

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23 November 2022

NEW BROCHURES from Mclennan, the leading UK motion control specialist, explore motion control components and systems expertise

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21 November 2022

THE MANUFACTURERS that make smart capital investments in times of crisis are those that come out on top. Søren Peters presents five proven strategies to make automation feasible despite recession fears

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11 November 2022

BRITAIN'S MANUFACTURING sector is increasingly embracing the digital industrial revolution as it bids to boost productivity, improve energy efficiency and overcome the twin supply chain shocks caused by COVID and Brexit according to a major report published today by Make UK and enterprise software specialists Infor.

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10 November 2022

FANUC UK is inspiring the next generation of innovators and programmers by showing them what a career in robotics engineering actually involves.

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10 November 2022

A UK-first in digital twin technology research to develop autonomous, self-optimising subtractive processes for sustainable manufacturing has been achieved by research engineers at the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC).

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10 November 2022

DESIGNER AND manufacturer of complete industrial thermal systems, Watlow has completed acquisition of Eurotherm from Schneider Electric Company. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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10 November 2022

FOR THE first time, robots have been used to assess mental wellbeing in children. A team of roboticists, computer scientists and psychiatrists from the University of Cambridge carried out a study with 28 children between the ages of eight and 13, and had a child-sized humanoid robot administer a series of standard psychological questionnaires to assess the mental wellbeing of each participant.

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02 November 2022

DAVALL IS highlighting how its Spiradrive precision spiroid gear assembly can help users enable business growth.

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31 October 2022

ABB HAS launched ABB Ability Cyber Security Workplace (CSWP) which enhances the protection of critical industrial infrastructure by consolidating both ABB and third-party security solutions into one simple, all-encompassing digital platform.

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26 October 2022

AS THE world moves deeper into the energy transition, the use of electric vehicles (EV) is now the norm, but that change is putting huge stress on the raw materials required to manufacture the batteries, says Steve Briant

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26 October 2022

ENGINEERING AND electrified propulsion systems specialist, Drive System Design (DSD), has pioneered a new four-phase method for motor control development.

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26 October 2022

SEMICONDUCTOR FABRICATION creates a number of waste gases, which can be corrosive, pyrophoric and potentially explosive. Often, diluting these gases with nitrogen (N2) is an early step in the abatement process. However, the use of nitrogen can cause condensation and deposits, as well as leak out of the system.

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26 October 2022

ABB HAS launched its smallest ever industrial robot, offering new possibilities for faster, more flexible and high-quality production of wearable smart devices.

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26 October 2022

EDF HAS deployed a customised remotely operated vehicle (ROV) to carry out what is believed to be the first autonomous wind farm foundation inspection at its Blyth Offshore Wind Farm.

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25 October 2022

Chairman of the British Automation and Robotics Association (BARA), George Thompson looks at how the UK needs increased levels of automation to be more competitive on the world stage

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21 October 2022

DESIGNED FOR applications that require long e-chain travels, igus has launched a new drive-chain that offers almost limitless long travel distances, with high dynamics and long running times. Reported to be world’s first energy chain with its own drive, it helps ensure significantly higher running times on extremely long travel distances because hardly any tensile loads or thrust forces act on the e-chain.

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21 October 2022

BASF Leuna uses a colorSENSOR CFO200 non-contact colour recognition sensor from Micro-Epsilon to detect fluctuating colour values of plastic pellets on its extruder line

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20 October 2022

In the increasingly data-driven industrial environment, sometimes it is simple and clear information on the factory floor that is needed to enhance efficiency and productivity, asserts Ian Manning

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