Schneider Electric has partnered with Sewtec Automation to deliver an end of line packing solution for Pets Choice, the animal food, treats and accessories producer. The new production line will improve overall production and assembly-line efficiency and provide the foundation for the company to optimise and scale its technology.
DPA speaks with Tom Alexander, Head of Business Development and Dave Greensmith, Product Manager of Trio Motion Technology about the expansion of its motion controller range, business during the COVID-19 pandemic and the importance of the UK market.
A new signal model-based algorithm from Rohde & Schwarz precisely separates jitter components, giving developers deep insights during debugging and characterisation of high-speed signal transmissions in electronic circuits.
STOBER has helped create a new multiple screwing unit that joins profile rails, monitors screw depth and tightening torque for ROMA, the international manufacturer of roller shutters, venetian blinds and textile screens.
Happy New Year and welcome to the January issue of DPA! As per New Year tradition, I thought I’d start off this year by looking to the future. In my first-ever column, I discussed the positive effects of the pandemic on the environment and celebrated Britain’s milestone in reaching two months of coal-free power generation.
Cryogenics can be defined simply as ‘The branch of physics dealing with the production and effects of very low temperatures’.
Each winter the ‘Dry January’ campaigners’ remit is to limit the country’s social liquid intake, but it is also the time when compressor users could be battling with a real problem that is quite the opposite – keeping any moisture, with the potential to freeze, out of the air supply and its point of use.
William Hughes has come to the aid of a leading automotive tier-one seat manufacturer – a rescue mission that was only made possible by the company’s broad set of skills and advanced capabilities in the world of complex wire forms.
According to the Health and Safety Executive’s guidance for the safe operation and use of mobile jaw crushers, equipment operators may be subject to multiple risks, including exposure to dust, noise, whole-body vibration and being struck by objects ejected from the crusher.