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Editor: Jonathan Severn
7th January 2015

Machine builders are continually learning about new technologies for adoption immediately or in the future. Newsletters and websites such as play an important part in this education process, as do other media. Seminars have been popular for many years, but time pressures mean that engineers cannot always justify travelling to an external venue. It is no wonder, therefore, that webinars and webcasts are growing in popularity.

This year we will be promoting more of these via the website and newsletter; you will see the first if you scroll down this issue.


psPULS launches PIANO cost-efficient DIN-rail power supplies
New PIANO high-performance, long-lifetime power supplies from PULS are priced 40 per cent lower than the company's previous models. More?

hnIncOder inductive angle encoders now from Heason Technology
Heason Technology is now supplying and integrating Zettlex IncOder non-contact precision encoders for applications in harsh environments. More?

mrMouser launches new motor control application site
Mouser's Motor Control Applications site contains technical articles, applications, products and resources relating to motor control systems. More?

prParker Automation Controller combines logic, motion and visualisation
Parker says its new standards-based PAC enables machine builders to reduce development times and costs in demanding, multi-axis applications. More?

hdCSF-Mini series: compact, lightweight and high-capacity gears
Suitable for precise positioning, Harmonic Drive's CSF-Mini series gearboxes boast zero backlash, high tilting stiffness and excellent repeatability. More?


esSeminar programme extended for Southern Manufacturing 2015
The new three-day format for Southern Manufacturing & Electronics has enabled the technical seminar programme to be extended to 28 sessions. More?

paMachinery safety seminar dates and venues
The PPMA is now taking bookings for the first of its machinery safety seminars in 2015, starting with the Machinery Directive in early February. More?

mpEngineering training courses - book a bundle
MCP Consulting and Training is offering attractive bundled packages of its engineering training courses in 2015. More?


leNew machine controllers are compact and cost-effective
Lenze c300 controllers mount on DIN rail and are easy and cost-effective to integrate; the similar p300 panel-mount controllers incorporate touchscreens. More?

stESX-TC3G simplifies data collection from off-highway vehicles
Sensor-Technik's ESX-TC3G combines the power of a PC with multiple communications options for monitoring off-highway and mobile machinery. More?

pcSend digital and analogue sensor data via mobile phone networks
The TC Mobile system from Phoenix Contact monitors digital and analogue sensor signals cost-efficiently and securely via mobile phone networks. More?

brGrey repair threat to hydraulic and electronic drives
Bosch Rexroth outlines the risks to productivity associated with using the grey market for repairing hydraulic and electronic drives. More?

mkFieldbus modules connect 120 drives in pallet conveyor system
This article explains the benefits of using Profibus and Murrelektronik Cube67 I/O modules to connect 120 drives on a 200m conveyor system. More?

pzSlimline RFID coded safety switches provide high integrity
Pilz is launching slimline (13mm) RFID coded safety switches that offer high integrity, versatility during installation and excellent reliability. More?


Problem solved: deciding what to wear
This week Dilbert continues to explore the benefits of the tube clothes that he has invented (scroll back to last week to see more). More?


Machine Condition Monitoring webcasts - view on demand
National Instruments has prepared a series of three webcasts explaining condition monitoring, system implementation and benefits. More?

Jonathan Severn

Andrew Turner
Sales Manager
Telephone: +44 (0) 1483 560314


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