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FAULHABER GROUP

New brochure: mastering the corona challenge

Ventilation systems, respiratory protection (PAPR) as part of personal protective equipment, laboratory automation, analysis systems at the point of care or infrared thermometry: manufacturers rely on FAULHABER in vital medical technology applications. The new publication “Drive Systems for Healthcare, Medical & Laboratory Equipment” presents applications and the corresponding optimum drives and accessories.

Baumer News

Miniature strain sensors measure large forces even in confined spaces

The miniature-format strain sensors DST20 complement the Baumer portfolio by adding a compact and cost-efficient solution for measuring large forces above 10,000 N even in confined spaces. With their dimensions of 28x12x10 mm, the DST20 miniature strain sensors offer space savings that are unmatched by any other screw-on strain sensor on the market.

SCHUNK News

SCHUNK develops reliable grippers for medical applications

Experts in more and more industries discover the benefits of automation and robotics, and this also applies to the medical technology. Previously, manual and sometimes error-prone processes can be automatically completed now with the help of automation, and associated processed can be optimized.

LEINE LINDE LTM News

MOUNTING FOOT KIT FOR ENCODERS WITH EURO FLANGE

Mounting equipment such as an encoder onto machinery that is subject to high-vibration can be challenging.

HMS Industrial Networks AB

New Intesis gateway makes communication between PROFINET and BACnet easy

HMS Networks announces a new Intesis™ protocol translator for communication between PROFINET PLCs on factory floors and Building Management Systems with BACnet IP/MSTP. With this, full data integration, monitoring, and control is enabled between factory floors and building facilities.

Actemium News

Robot arm provides agility in the Life Science segment

A state-of-the-art CMO* in Life Science requested for Actemium Belgium to help reduce the workload of their lab assistants by using collaborative robotics.

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