Fabric Cutting Machine Takes To the Field With Portable Speedy Rail

When choosing a linear actuator, portability is often overlooked. And if you intend to use the actuator in multiple locations, you can’t wait for the actuator vendor to provide field support each time the unit moves.

SEW News

Motion and automation control from a single source

SEW EURODRIVE has been a well-known provider of motion control solutions for many years – a success story that is entering a new chapter with the UHX25A/45A MOVI C® CONTROLLERs. The UHX65A MOVI C® CONTROLLER, meanwhile, is now underlining the company's strength in the area of machine automation and, in particular, adding automation control solutions to the existing portfolio.

Schaeffler News


Increasing automation and the goal of autonomous production offer considerable growth potential for Schaeffler, especially with respect to robotics solutions and service solutions based on digital technologies. For this year’s “Hannover Messe Digital Edition”, Schaeffler is bringing their innovations in the fields of robotics and services to life virtually.

Maxon Motor News

maxon takes to the air

Unmanned flight.


DC-INDUSTRIE2 research project at the Hannover Messe

Direct current plays a key role in the future industrial power supply. With direct current, a higher energy efficiency and energy flexibility is realized in industrial production.

Rohde & Schwarz

Rohde & Schwarz updates R&S PWC200 to provide even more accuracy in 5G FR1 base station OTA testing

The latest software update to the R&S PWC200 plane wave converter (PWC) increases measurement accuracy and refines usability thanks to a new calibration method. With these updates, Rohde & Schwarz extends the possible use cases of its innovative 5G massive MIMO base station testing solution in R&D, quality assurance and production as well as conformance testing. While the software will be preinstalled in new units, existing R&S PWC200 units can be upgraded.


Functional safety with Dunkermotoren

Just a few decades ago, fast-rotating saws without contact protection or transport of goods according to the principle "mass has right of way" were common. Today, working even alongside power-packed cobots or gigantic driverless transport systems is safer than with a capricious stapler.

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