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New Gefran frequency converters support recycling in flat film extrusion.
Safety shock absorbers from ACE keep lock gates intact despite ship collision.
Maxon maintains its own injection moulding department for ceramics and metal.
Enormous values in power transmission require robust and compact components - like the couplings from R+W.
Rollon takes social responsibility seriously.
With Matthias Bugla, Head of Quality, and Paulo Aguiar, Head of Programme Management, there are two fresh forces at Bühler Motoren.
Schaeffler expands manufacturing capacities for wind power in China.
Nabtesco cycloidal gears: Focus on production efficiency
Schneider Electric platform for low-voltage load management and control available from RS Components.
Yaskawa's proven Slio I/O and control system is becoming even more compact.
Compact GA500 frequency inverters from Yaskawa for industrial use now also available with output frequencies up to 2,000 Hz and without heat sink.
New module for ATV frequency converters from Schneider Electric offers maximum safety with reduced technical effort.
Curtiss-Wright is expanding its product range with the GTX060 electric actuator with integrated motor.
SKF's Generalised Bearing Life Model (GBLM) for hybrid bearings enables customers to select their product based on robust, reliable data.
COG launches new hydrogen seal material range H2 Seal.
At Lenze, more and more concrete application possibilities are increasing the benefits of the digital twin.
Fast and error-free design: Intuitive software from Bosch Rexroth simplifies complex calculation of heavy-duty screw drives.
FPT Industrial has developed a new smartphone app called MyFPT.
"The digitisation of industry generates terrabytes of data. We need to create infinite possibilities from this infinitely available data."
Cedrik Neike, CEO Siemens Digital Industries