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How to specify robot cells
Stirling Paatz of Barr & Paatz explains how to specify industrial robot cells and names his preferred suppliers of robots and auxiliary equipment.
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Investing in robots costs less than expected
Martin Walder, Managing Director for ABB UK's robotics division, argues that UK manufacturers - including small to medium-sized businesses - need to consider investing in robots if they are to remain globally competitive.
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Piezo technology to bring benefits to machine builders
Jon Severn interviews Simon Powell, chief executive of Servocell, who believes that machine builders will soon be taking advantage of piezo-based locks and interlocks.
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Accuracy and reliability in linear motion systems
In this technical article Paul Seale, Regional Sales Manager for the Electromechanical Division of Parker Hannifin, discusses the question of accuracy and reliability in linear motion technology.
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Pros and cons of alternative linear actuator technologies
In this technical article Paul Seale, Regional Sales Manager for the Electromechanical Division of Parker Hannifin, examines some of the recent developments in linear actuator technology.
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Explaining the benefits of harmonic drives
Graham Mackrell, the UK sales director for Harmonic Drive, discusses the origins of harmonic drive technology and the benefits it offers today.
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How to design high-precision microdrives
maxon motor, a supplier of high-precision drives, launched a new book at electronica 2006 entitled 'The design of high-precision microdrives'. The book is part of the maxon academy series and was written by Dr Urs Kafader.
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How to save money with the motors you already have
Dave Hawley of the Deritend Group gives some advice for energy saving with standard motors - for those applications where replacement with a high-efficiency motor is not an option.
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The past, present and future of linear motion technology
Denis Eckstein of Hoerbiger-Origa discusses the development of engineered linear motion, from Victorian hydraulics to rodless cylinders and belt-driven actuators.
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Beware: high-efficiency motors may not be reliable
Steve Ruddell of ABB says that high-efficiency motors are often mistakenly assumed to be high-reliability products; in fact some have been seen to run hot and, as a result, fail early.
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Self-locking threaded fasteners assessed by institutions
According to tests undertaken by institutions such as MIT, the Goddard Space Flight Center and others, Spiralock's thread locking form outperforms standard fasteners in terms of resistance to vibration, axial-torsional loading, joint fatigue, and thermal extremes.
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Benefits of split roller bearings in papermaking machinery
The continuous nature of papermaking, the huge production capacity and the substantial capital investment means that unplanned downtime in paper plants is extremely expensive. And planned maintenance windows are becoming shorter and less frequent. Yet the opportunity for slashing downtime by using split roller bearings instead of solid bearings is often ignored.
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