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Equipment related to the manufacture of products; and technology that offers a saving on human labour through automation. Includes cutting tools, grinding, forming and fabrication, moulding tools, finishing and pre-treatment, workholdings, robotics and positioning, and welding and joining.

Andon light wireless monitoring systems

Product information sheet: andon light wireless monitoring systems from Werma downloadweblink

Werma UK Tue, 26 May 2015

This article presents the key features of Werma’s signal tower wireless andon systems. It also looks at how these systems work.

Omni8C and Omni16C backlit remote display

Data sheet: Omni8c and Omni16c remote displays from Omniflex download

OmniflexTue, 19 May 2015

The Omni8c and Omni16c remote displays from Omniflex provide 8/16 points of display in a standalone panel-mount package without electronics.

Model SBM-GS with automatic handling system

Case study: oxide film removal improves corrosion resistance on flame-cut steel plates downloadweblink

Surtech Surface Technology ProductsTue, 19 May 2015

A European supplier of pressed parts and components for the commercial vehicles and private car market has installed a Lissmac Model SBM deburring machine from Surtech.

Digital 280-1 digital indicator

Data sheet: 280-1 digital indicator from West Control Solutions download

West Control SolutionsMon, 18 May 2015

This data sheet presents the features and specifications of the 280-1 digital indicator from West Control Solutions.

Andon light wireless monitoring systems

Product information sheet: andon light wireless monitoring systems from Werma downloadweblink

Werma UK Tue, 26 May 2015

This article presents the key features of Werma’s signal tower wireless andon systems. It also looks at how these systems work.

More product downloads

IR

White paper: transmission values — what to look for… in order to look through download

IRISSFri, 10 Apr 2015

The purpose of this paper from IRISS is to educate on the subject of transmission values for infrared windows — does a high value equal more accuracy? Or is knowing the percentage of transmission more important? The paper also discusses transmission values for infrared windows: how does a ‘grill’ affect transmission? Will it make quantitative thermography null and void?