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Optimised servo drive system for motion control applications

The drive and the motor together form an optimised servo drive system for positioning, speed and torque control.

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Robotic brain improves uptime

An upgrade to a newer version of ABB’s robot controller—the robot’s ‘brain’—has led to key improvements in failure risk, maintenance and spare part utilisation for Kia Motors’ large manufacturing plant in Hwasung, South Korea.

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High speed contact scanning system

What if you could deploy high spindle speeds for all your machining in the shop floor without changing your machines or adding to your capex?!

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Timing belt in oil reduces friction and noise

ContiTech developers are already considering whether to use a timing belt to drive balance shafts and make spur gears superfluous. Their focus is on unconventional yet safe solutions, such as the timing-belt-in-oil system

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Building partnerships

Through events like Demo Day and HaasTec, Haas Automation India is engaging with its customers closely to exchange ideas and technology, says Terrence Miranda, its Managing Director

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In favour of Quality

Why are Steel Associations and Federations opposing proposed Quality Control Order? asks Mohan Gurnani, President of Federation of Associations of Maharashtra & Chairman of The Bombay Sugar Merchant Association Ltd.

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Intelligent tool holder management

Every tool holder can be reliably identified with the help of a code.

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Playing the entire ‘piano’

Plant heads have to be all-rounders to be successful, believes Harald Friedrich, Plant Manager, Bangalore & Head of Operations India, Continental Automotive Components (India) Pvt. Ltd.

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Versatile construction kit for robotics

At this year’s Automatica in Munich, igus presented its innovations, which move robots reliably and extend their service lives.