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BOGE provides hospitals with safe and reliable breathing air
BOGE Compressors is meeting the needs of hospitals and its patients thanks to its innovative range of air compressors.
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Laser triangulation sensors used in rail wheel motor project
Laser triangulation sensors from Micro-Epsilon are being used to measure the lateral position of locomotive bogie wheels relative to the rail head in a groundbreaking rail traction technology project being undertaken by Derby-based company SET Limited.
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Award-winning SURTES Formula Student team uses igus cables
A team of undergraduates at Surrey University are pioneering Formula Student in the UK with an all-electric powertrain. Formula Student is the world’s largest student motorsport competition, which brings together teams from universities across the world. Team SURTES (Surrey University Racing Technology Engineering Solutions) operates out of the Engineering Design Centre in Guildford. Four years ago, the team started implementing its first ever electric powertrain.
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Automotive supplier benefits from versatility of UR10 cobot
RARUK Automation has supplied a Universal Robots UR10 collaborative robot (cobot) to BWI Group’s Luton plant, which specialises in the assembly of complete suspension modules to the global transportation market. The UR10 is currently employed tending a blow-moulding machine, where completed parts are extracted every 25 seconds and placed in containers ready for shipping, saving on the need – and cost – of having a human operative in attendance.
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Senseye predictive maintenance software chosen by MCP Consulting
Senseye has announced a new alliance with MCP Consulting Group, an asset management consultancy that advises many of the world’s largest manufacturing organisations. MCP has selected Senseye PdM, Senseye’s specialised predictive maintenance software, as a core component of its new Smart Asset Maintenance venture, which combines best-of-breed technologies to provide bespoke asset management and maintenance systems.
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Cobot eliminates manual tests on electronic assemblies and PCBs
Universal Robots reports that GĂ–PEL electronic, a manufacturer of testing and inspection systems for electronic assemblies and printed circuit boards, has developed a novel automated quality control system for its automotive customers using the UR10e cobot.
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ADS doubles profiling speed with 10kW Trumpf TruLaser
Leicester-based ADS Laser Cutting has invested in a new Trumpf TruLaser 5030 fiber with 10kW power source, effectively doubling the speed at which it can profile components. With the machine, ADS also becomes an early adopter of new Trumpf technologies such as Active Speed Control, while a further feature of the installation is a LiftMaster Compact load/unload automation system, which enables lights-out operations.
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elobau helps make electric vehicle with chemical-free weedburner
Alltrec has developed a fully electric vehicle with a chemical-free weedburner, and elobau has contributed to the development by supplying its joysticks and angle sensors.
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NSK bearings and training save machine builder over EUR13,000
After suffering repeated failures of its table guide rollers, an international woodworking machine manufacturer called upon the expertise of NSK and its AIP Added Value Programme to resolve the issue. The decision proved lucrative, with NSK helping the company to save a total of EUR13,333 per annum in reduced labour and assembly costs.
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MIC-770 edge computers help in the fight against coronavirus
As part of its effort to contain the spread of COVID-19, China is using 5G patrol robots developed by Guangzhou Gosuncn Robot Co Ltd using Advantech technology to monitor mask wearing and body temperatures in public places.
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Additively manufactured turbine blades for tidal power project
Renishaw has collaborated with the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) in Canada, to produce two ocean turbine parts using additive manufacturing (AM) for industrial design firm Biome Renewables. Renishaw helped manufacture a PowerCone retrofit that co-rotates with the turbine’s rotor and curved propellers to reduce drag. Using metal AM to produce these parts reduced costs by 80 per cent and meant that two turbine components could be developed in 2 months.
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Industry-leading robotics applications
Neil Ballinger, head of EMEA sales at automation equipment supplier EU Automation, presents three examples of forward-thinking automation projects.
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