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drivesweb-Newsletter No. 36
A flexible 3D energy chain like the Triflex R from Igus makes it possible to safely guide robotic lines.
The compact B&R servo drive is suitable for use in aggressive atmospheric environments and at temperatures as low as -25 °C.
On the road to greater energy efficiency, technology leaders are increasingly looking to optimize their products in terms of friction and wear. There is potential.
The new Tuaka robotic actuators from Sumitomo intelligently combine precision gearing with servo motor and optional features, making the actuator one of the smallest solutions of its kind.
Customer-specific calculated clamping rings, rigid shaft couplings with individual bores: KBK Antriebstechnik supplies the optimum solution for every application.
Rollon has developed the O-Rail especially for larger handling applications. The strong, simple and versatile linear system has a robust guide with three raceways.
Flender expands its portfolio in the field of industrial couplings and introduces clamping elements for the connection of shaft and hub.
ABB has now had its ACx580 frequency converters certified to the EMC-ILA standard. The certification is valid for the ACH580, ACQ580 and ACS580 frequency converters with a power rating of up to 55 kW.
With its design, which has been proven and perfected over decades, the SL3000 wire rope encoder series from FSG has set an internationally recognized standard.
Leantechnik's high-precision robust rack and pinion gear units are used in numerous lifting, handling and positioning systems worldwide.
Linak takes a further step in the field of digitalization and offers the two linear actuators LA36 and LA37 with a new I/O interface.