Product & Service Resources
Rittal | Thu, 28 May 2015
Manufacturing can become faster and much more flexible with consistent, IT-assisted value chains. A new white paper from Rittal shows the key role IT plays in what is termed Industry 4.0 and explains how companies can establish the infrastructure that is required to bring the concept to fruition.
Delcam | Mon, 23 Mar 2015
Delcam Professional Services is offering free Custom Software Core software to speed up and simplify the automation of repetitive operations in Delcam’s PowerSHAPE design and reverse-engineering software and PowerMILL CAM system.
Aerotech | Fri, 21 Nov 2014
Today’s machine builders confront a new era of risks, as globalisation increases competition and the internet rapidly disseminates information about products and markets. The highest priority for designers of performance-driven machinery is to reduce the various risks confronted across the machine design, development and maintenance lifecycle.
GEA Process Engineering Ltd | Thu, 2 Oct 2014
OTAS Field Control from GEA is a standardised automation solution for locally operated process units.
Omega Engineering | Mon, 23 Jun 2014
Omega products are used in many critical applications in manufacturing, food processing, medicine, aerospace and science.
Aerotech | Thu, 20 Mar 2014
Aerotech’s motion products can be configured to meet most automation requirements. The company offers products including stent cutting and hermetic sealing solutions.
Kuka Robotics UK | Wed, 19 Mar 2014
Airbus Deutschland has chosen to use a KR 125 six-axis jointed-arm robot from Kuka Robotics in the manufacture of selected aircraft components.
EPLAN | Mon, 17 Mar 2014
EPLAN Electric P8 is said to offer benefits such as faster engineering processes, optimised product quality, consistent high-quality documentation and significantly reduced costs.
Delcam | Thu, 27 Feb 2014
Powermill Robot allows users to program robots with external axes such as rotary tables and linear tracks as easily as they can program a five-axis NC machine.
EPLAN | Mon, 24 Feb 2014
This white paper focuses on the benefits and advantages of computer-aided engineering software. Electrical CAE (E-CAE) systems have assumed all functions once performed manually or by using more than one program, such as a computer-aided design package to create graphical schematics and the table-based Microsoft Excel to create parts lists. E-CAE systems have automated a range of non-value-added tasks such as wire numbering and device tagging.