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Technology update increases versatility and capacity of robot cell

Technology update increases versatility and capacity of robot cell
Re-engineering a straight-forward robot palletising cell after only five years might seem excessive but for one manufacturer rethinking this operation, and utilising newer technology, has paid dividends.
30th November 2007

New ARCMate weld robot gets fully integrated ‘base to torch’ cable management

New ARCMate weld robot gets fully integrated ‘base to torch’ cable management
Faster programming and longer cable life are just two benefits provided by FANUC Robotics’ new ARCMate 100iC Robot. Internal cable management, from the robot’s ‘base to the weld torch’, allows the dress package (wire, gas and power supplies) to accurately and repeatably follow the robots motion avoiding snagged and broken cables.
30th November 2007

Partnership drives competitiveness at Perkins Engines - increasing UK based in-house machining

Partnership drives competitiveness at Perkins Engines - increasing UK based in-house machining
Bringing efficient machining processes back in-house at diesel engine manufacturer Perkins has been helped by close partnerships with FANUC Robotics (UK) and Heller Machine Tools. Support and collaboration from OEM suppliers is seen by Perkins as a fundamental to success.
30th November 2007


KwikMark Surface Marker from Dispense Works Inc.

KwikMark Surface Marker from Dispense Works Inc.
The KwikMark is a machine designed to permanently mark a wide range of materials from hardened steel to glass; ideal for heavy construction and delicate medical materials.
29th November 2007

Elscint high speed vibratory feeder for steel tubes

Elscint high speed vibratory feeder for steel tubes
Elscint Automation recently manufactured a high speed bowl feeder for feeding of steel tubes of various sizes. There were a total of 7 tubes and in some cases the diameter was more than the length, some cases the diameter was less than the length (length being more) while in two cases, the diameter and length were the same.
19th November 2007

FlexMove adds more options to your conveying needs…for less

FlexMove adds more options to your conveying needs…for less
Automation Supplies Ltd. is pleased to announce the addition of a new flexible product transportation system “FlexMove” to their already vast conveyor options portfolio.
19th November 2007

HIGH SPEED LABELLER FOR PREMIER JAMS

HIGH SPEED LABELLER FOR PREMIER JAMS
Premier Foods, Chivers Hartley Division of Cambridge have specified a Kosme machine for the high speed labelling of their quality jams and preserves. The versatile machine is one of the Kosme Merkur modular range which has initially been set up for wet glue label application. It has replaced a competitors labelling machine which was unable to maintain the production standards set by the company.
7th November 2007

AquaPruf LPZ. It’s all about speed.

AquaPruf LPZ. It’s all about speed.
Automation Supplies Ltd are UK distributors for Dorner conveyor systems. Fact: The Dorner AquaPruf LPZ Series stainless steel hygienic elevating or incline conveyors can be disassembled for cleaning in under 30 seconds, without tools. That alone can put a serious dent in your cleaning downtime and, by the way, secure a higher return on your investment. We’ve added another speed factor to the AquaPruf LPZ series: delivery. It’s now a standard product and can be at your loading dock faster than ever, so you can realise the benefits of this remarkable system sooner than you could believe possible.
5th November 2007

Vertical energy chains possible up to 80 metres high

Vertical energy chains possible up to 80 metres high
igus has now developed a system called Guidelok, designed to keep an energy chain inside a guide trough, even at heights of 80 metres.
1st November 2007

The Qwik Conveyor; Could this be the last conveyor system you ever need?

The Qwik Conveyor; Could this be the last conveyor system you ever need?
Got an area of your factory that’s full of belt conveyors at 90° angles to each other? Products getting snagged and belts wearing out when changing from one belt to the other? Ever wished that you could take a wide variety of product weights and widths reliably around a bend of 45° no, make that 60° no, 30°, well even better if you could change it yourself later. Wouldn’t it be great not to have to worry about belt alignment on even the longest stretches?
22nd October 2007


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