Elesa’s standard machine elements at Advanced Engineering

25 September 2019

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Elesa’s standard machine elements at Advanced EngineeringWhether a prototyping platform or a production manufacturing station, standard machine elements from Elesa underpin and enable a great deal of equipment delivering advanced engineering solutions to industries as varied as medical devices, aero engineering, composite manufacturing, automotive, advanced metal manufacturing and Industry 4.0.

Elesa's stand (A2) at the Advanced Engineering Exhibition is the place to visit for standard machine elements that can enhance machines and aid production while reducing time and costs. The Elesa team is dedicated to providing a platform for knowledge transfer and business discussions across R&D design, test, measurement and inspection, raw materials and processing, manufacturing, production and automation.

Elesa will feature flagship machine elements including the LM series stainless steel levelling feet with EHEDG certification, suitable for food-related environments where bio-level cleaning is required on a frequent basis.

Demonstrating its wide portfolio, Elesa will demonstrate GLA roller slide guides for use as conveyor side guides, as well as VB three-arm hand knobs for clamping/adjustment of equipment – also MVAS safety vertical toggle clamps.

Where more active control is required, such as machine rollers, then the Elesa stand will feature their UC-RF control unit that, combined with DD series RF electronic position indicators, offers a PLC connected monitoring system that is particularly suitable for applications that require frequent format changes, facilitating the correct adjustment of the target-current position of the machine parts, also representing a safety system. In fact, even if a single DD52R-E-RF indicator is not placed in the target position, the PLC will not permit the machine production cycle to start, thereby helping to avoid production issues.

Further information regarding Elesa products may be found at, and you can visit the company on stand (A2) at the Advanced Engineering Exhibition.

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