ElectroCraft, Inc., the global fractional horsepower motor and motion solutions provider, has expanded their MobilePower™ traction system offer with the MPW52 and MPW86. The MobilePower™ Wheel-Drive (MPW) features a high torque-density brushless DC motor with an integrated single-stage planetary gearbox and wheel drive assembly.
A manufacturer of electrical sockets chose Eichenberger Gewinde ballscrews to drive its handling systems and boost production volume up to 2300 parts per hour. For this particular application, the multi-axis handling system required maximum precision under extremely stringent geometric conditions. The Carry E or F ballscrews match the demands of this application exactly, combining speed, precision and as well as minimum space requirements, because the ball return passes through the end caps which are fully integrated in the nut body. The η efficiency of Carry ball screws is greater than 0.9.
On 1 February 2019, Dr Ulrich Nass (52) assumed the position of Chief Operating Officer at NSK Europe. The appointment reflects the company’s ambition to build further on its growth trajectory in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Gartner predicts 80% of businesses will have closed their conventional data centers within the next six years. That’s why the annual Datacenter Dynamics (DCD) España conference, which took place on May 29 in Madrid, focused on how the future of the data center and cloud infrastructure will be built in Spain. As one of the event’s lead sponsors, Delta had a booth and held a presentation that described a unique way to accelerate data center ROI.
As part of his trip to Germany, the Japanese Deputy Economics Minister Hirofumi Takinami visited the industrial camera manufacturer IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH in Obersulm at the beginning of April. The internationally operating company is one of the market leaders in the industrial image processing industry. The IDS headquarters in Obersulm, Germany is both a development and production site.
Innovative strength, a down-to-earth culture and strong commitment are the values that have made WITRON – based in the Upper Palatinate region of Germany – the company that it is today: worldwide one of the market leaders in the planning and realization of highly dynamic warehouse and order picking systems in the field of intralogistics. WITRON is constantly working on developing even better, even more cost-efficient logistics solutions for its customers, to make them even more successful. In the area of automation and further optimization of warehouse logistics, the selection of suitable, competent and innovative partners also plays a decisive role for WITRON. WITRON relies on creative solutions from Leuze electronic not only in its own production and warehouse logistics. The company also realizes efficient safety solutions for its customers together with optical sensor manufacturer Leuze electronic. This includes the use of "Smart Process Gating" (SPG), a process developed by Leuze electronic that enables access guarding with material transport to be designed more compactly, simpler and safer.