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drivesweb-Newsletter No. 64
Franke's refurbishing service extends the service life of rolling bearings and thus makes a valuable contribution to protecting the environment.
Anyone looking for a particularly efficient and economical angular gear is often well advised to go with crown gears like those from EBM-Papst.
The TIA Portal Version 19 from Siemens enables more flexible production thanks to intuitive motion control and thus counteracts the shortage of skilled workers.
SEW-Eurodrive is expanding the range of its decentralized compact extra-low voltage drives with Movimot performance ELV.
Emerson launches compact positioner with valve position display.
The new Faulhaber incremental encoder IEP3 contains the latest chip technology.
With the ECUD type, Enemac offers a cost-effective safety clutch for direct drives to protect the engine train in the event of collisions.
Omron provides four food for thought for intralogistics in the automotive sector.
New, larger XPlanar tiles APS4244 and APS4242 from Beckhoff for efficient use of space and challenging applications.
Dr. Tretter brings new rail guides onto the market.
Ruland elastomeric couplings are ideal for systems and applications with abrupt starts and stops.
GWJ presents an extended version of its calculation module for splined shaft connections as part of the web-based software solution eAssistant.