Elmo Motion Control, represented in the UK by Heason Technology, has recently tested a version of its miniature Gold Twitter servo drive at a simulated undersea depth of 7,000 metres.
Hardware for specialist vehicles including rail carriages, buses, coaches, horseboxes, caravans, motorhomes, fire trucks and other emergency/rescue vehicles, even gondoliers on public “eye” type Ferris wheels, all have many special needs in common.
Rittal’s VX25 enclosure was recently put through its paces by technicians from the Schaper Group.
There’s no denying the enormous impact Industry 4.0 is having on technology, manufacturing and business. MiniTec is a company that is embracing the fast-changing developments. Not only are they enabling their own manufacturing process to become smarter, but they are also manufacturing solutions to allow other businesses to become smarter too.
Goodfellow has recently provided high performance and advanced ceramics for a permanent exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.
This article will examine two of the main product lines supplied by Relec Electronics and describe the exacting standards which the company’s products must fulfil in order to be acceptable and compliant with the standards applicable in the industries they serve.
There has been a wide debate in the industrial press in recent times regarding the comparisons of hydraulic and electric actuation.
HepcoMotion has recently upgraded its core blacking process system with the use of its own HDS2 rack driven gantry system to dip its slides, rings and track system into a multi-station chemical finishing dipping plant.
The flexibility of linear motion components means that they are very often the foundation of production machines and automation systems.