Small but powerful – the mbNET.mini can be installed in locations where area is limited and provides sufficient connectivity to machines and systems via LAN or modem. The mbNET.mini guarantees a secure and reliable connection to machines and equipment over the mbCONNECT24 portal, mymbCONNECT24.hosted, as well as midi and maxi appliances. This device can connect to the portal server via a signal from two digital inputs or via a trigger from an Alarm-SMS/-Mail.
Object detection and differentiation on the basis of surface gloss level
* Pharmaceutical industry: Detection of seal labels
* Automotive industry: Detection of oil, sprays, wax and adhesives
* Machine building: Monitoring of finishes and surface coatings of metals and other materials
* Food and beverage industry: Identification of transparent foils and glossy packaging materials
* Lumber industry: Identification of lacquers, coatings and adhesives
* Electronics and solar industries: Identification of coatings and lacquers
The game changer - Universal Robots at Inertia Switch
This machinist has embraced his new robot colleague. The employee's skill set has been enhanced and the company's overall efficiency and productivity have increased. Additional robots have already been implemented without any additional payroll - win/win.
Day of technology break out sessions, automation vendor exhibits, hand-on demonstrations -all around good food and networking. Free to attend, but registration is required. Sign up today! Door prizes include Bose bluetooth speakers, ipad, fit bands & much more- drawings at 12:30 and 3:30!
Universal Robots is currently launching the next generation at IMTS. But, if you can't get to Chicago, the new UR5 & UR10 models will be at Axis on September 18th!
With eight new adjustable safety rated functions, Universal Robots presents the only robot in the world that adapts advanced safety settings to each specific application. The third generation of robot arms also comes equipped with True Absolute Encoders that eliminate the need for re-initializing the robot, enabling automatic startup and easier integration into other machinery.
UR at the 2014 Axis Automation Expo: Attend a seminar on collaborative robot technology presented by UR National Sales Manager, Ed Mullen.
Visit our exhibit hall for the opportunity to program a robot with safety features that adjust to the context it operates within.
IDpro represents SICK's expertise in all three automatic identification technologies: laser scanner, camera and RFID.
All IDpro devices are compatible and interchangeable via our standardized IDpro platform. To help you choose the ideal identification technology, we will provide you with comprehensive information to determine the best technology choice. As the market leader with the largest number of worldwide installations, we have the experience and widest range of solutions that provide maximum uptime and reduced costs.
Come to the Axis Automation Expo where SICK, Inc. is presenting a special seminar for the ports industry. Seminar will address common safety problems at the wharf side, container yard and land side of a container terminal.
• Risk reduction and solutions that help increase profits
• Collision avoidance technology and comparisons
• Laser measurement technology - techniques to maintain productivity in harsh environments
• Positioning applications and solutions
This ports presentation is just one segment of a broad industrial automation agenda.
Please plan to attend this free session, explore vendor exhibits and enjoy a "fair themed" lunch!
Register by September 5th to receive SICK hat and an entry to win iPad mini!
Flexi Loop saves costs with sensor cascades that communicate Sick Flexi Loop meets the demand for a cost-effective way to cascade safety switches and sensors within a machine while also supporting diagnostics.
Flexi Loop makes it possible to cascade up to 32 safety sensors while maintaining the highest level of safety .
Any combination of safety switches & safety sensors with OSSD outputs can be used, providing continuous diagnosis of all door switches, emergency stop push-buttons and sensors.
◾Ability to cascade 32 sensors with up to 30 m per segment in compliance with performance level
◾Compatible with all sensors from other manufacturers
◾Transfer of detailed diagnostic information
◾Integrated standard inputs and outputs
◾Power supply for sensors is included
Introducing Integrated Servo System with Multi Turn Absolute Encoder Option
Moog Animatics is proud to announce the availability of the Multi Turn Absolute Encoder options for our "MT" series motors. This option is a hardware-specific internal change with a required external battery for back-up to allow tracking of shaft position when no power is being applied to the SmartMotor.
The "MT" series products may be ordered in kit form with battery and cable or as separate parts. There are three different cable length options for the battery. The battery itself attaches to the Limits with I/O connector of the MT series SmartMotors and uses the home switch input.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, May 5th, 2014 The inaugural exhibition of the newly renovated Costume Institute examines the career of the legendary twentieth-century Anglo-American couturier Charles James (1906–1978). Charles James: Beyond Fashion explores James's design process, focusing on his use of sculptural, scientific, and mathematical approaches to construct revolutionary ball gowns and innovative tailoring that continue to influence designers today.
Axis worked with exhibit designers using Universal Robot arms and Rollon linear actuators to automate detailed viewing experience for museum attendees. Congratulations on the opening of this groundbreaking Costume Institute!