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210 Meister Avenue

Somerville, NJ 08876

(908) 429-0090

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Sure Sense H18

Sure Sense H18

 

October 13th, 2015

Solving a wide range of sensing applications has never been easier thanks to the SureSense family of photoelectric sensors. From simple to challenging tasks, this ultra-reliable sensor family can detect nearly any object in any environment, ensuring your machines and lines stay up and running at full capacity.



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Acquisition

Acquisition

 

October 9th, 2015



Effective October 1, 2015
Axis is now part of the Power-Flo Technologies Group.


All the Axis personnel who have been providing excellence in engineering, application assistance and customer service will remain in place at the current location. Immediately, this is business as usual!
Moving forward we will now be keeping local stock inventory of Siemens and our other lines.
And looking ahead, we will have an expanded line card of products available.

It is our goal that Axis will be even stronger and more valuable to you in our ability to serve your industrial automation needs.
Please let us know if you'd like to schedule a visit with your territory salesperson or receive a phone call to discuss this further.



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Automation Expo Sept 24th

Automation Expo Sept 24th

 

September 17th, 2015

You're invited to attend!
Solutions for 21st Century Manufacturing and Automation

Convenient new location at the Hilton Hotel (intersection of Routes 80,17 & 46)
Thursday, September 24th
8:30 am - 4:00pm

More than 20 exhibits with live demos.
10 technology seminars.
Food and hospitality throughout the day.
Great door prizes.

Free admission with advanced registration, so please sign up today and let us know you're coming!

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What Is I O-link?

What Is I O-link?

 

September 16th, 2015



The Industrial Internet is only made possible thanks to intelligent, communicative sensors: With its Smart Sensor Solutions, SICK places great emphasis on the use of state-of-the-art sensor technologies in connection with complete integration into the control level via IO-Link.




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From Cheap To Efficient

From Cheap To Efficient

 

September 4th, 2015

Challenge: High volume parts supplier had a "cheap mix" of PLC, motor and drive on their drilling machine.
Solution: Replacing mix&match components with full Siemens TIA to provide dynamic, space saving, robust and sleek profile!
Result: Higher speeds, higher accuracy and smaller profile.

Satisfied customer!



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Going Small

Going Small

 

September 2nd, 2015

Going Small - How Current Step Motor Technology Can Help You Reduce Machine Size
By Josh Bellefeuille, Kollmorgen


Smaller frame options means the stepper motor is now more versatile than ever. OEMs can better reduce the overall size and footprint of their machines, while maintaining maintenance-free, precise, and cost-effective motion control.





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Internet Of Things

Internet Of Things

 

August 31st, 2015

Digitalization:
Our world is becoming ever more connected. Billions of intelligent devices and machines generate massive data, bridging real and virtual worlds.




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Universal Robots Is A Game Changer

Universal Robots Is A Game Changer

 

August 12th, 2015

Job Transformation:
From Machinist to Robot Programmer.


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Siemens Performance In Action

Siemens Performance In Action

 

July 17th, 2015

SIRIUS ACT Pushbuttons
Diverse options. Easy assembly. Ruggedly reliable




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4 Simple Steps For Barcode Scanner Transition

4 Simple Steps For Barcode Scanner Transition

 

July 15th, 2015

Migrating from SICK's CLV400 barcode scanners to one of the CLV600 barcode scanners can be done in 4 simple steps. All conversions are completed free of charge!




STEP 1:
Save the .scl configuration file using the CLV setup software, then e-mail your .sci file to an AXIS engineer to be converted to new format.

STEP 2:
Replace both the cloning module and your current CLV400 barcode scanner.

STEP 3: Import the new configuration files using SICK's SOPAS configuration software.

STEP 4: Test the scanner to ensure everthing has been installed correctly.

All conversions are completed within 48 hours of receiving the .sci file. If your application has changed or an upgrade to your system and/or scanner is required, contact Axis application support at 908-429-0090

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