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The PROCOAT100 anti-corrosion coating system available from Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies is suitable for applications operating in harsh environments.
Manufacturers have used infrared (IR) windows in motor control centres (MCCs) and electric switchgear for more than two decades. This Tech Byte from IRISS presents some of the IR lens materials that are used.
A 1960s Morgan Plus 4 is competing in the Peking to Paris Motor Challenge next year. The iglidur tribo-tape from igus is playing a key role in this application.
This case study explains how Mecmesin solved the company’s requirement by supplying an UltraTest motorised test stand and a 200N PFI digital force gauge.
Weidmüller is determined to meet the challenges of the wind energy industry with future-oriented, tailored solutions.
The Scorpion Compact PC is certified for Scorpion Vision Software and is CE compliant, accommodating two PCI cards and one PCI Express card and a solid-state disk.
There are two basic requirements that machines, systems and devices must meet in order to succeed in the market: an extensive range of functions and high reliability. However, today these two factors only allow very little scope for differentiation. Increasingly, machine and device manufacturers face the question of how to achieve a competitive advantage on the market, apart from price. One common approach is to differentiate into the product design, handling and user interface.
OKW’s multifunction Interface-Terminal enclosures are now suitable for touchscreen applications. The cases can be ordered with a high-quality glass panel fitted in the top to protect the touchscreen underneath. Applications for the Interface-Terminal touchscreen format include office electronics, controllers, communications, safety engineering and more.
Latest Case Studies
A combination of Autodesk’s Maya design software, Delcam’s PowerMILL Robot programming system and a KUKA robot is allowing special-effects company Artem, to bring projects to life.