Brush-type motors, stepper motors and brushless AC servomotors are widely used in a variety of industries and applications - and with each application potentially requiring a different motor and the availability of virtually endless motor options, the selection process can be a daunting task.
With the myriad of critical factors that need to be accounted for, including performance requirements such as torque and speed and voltage ratings, as well as decisions regarding feedback devices, mounting configurations and the operating environment, how can you be certain that you are making the best motor choice? And how can you make that choice quickly?
Stop wasting time pouring over endless catalogs from multiple manufacturers - learn more about how to select the right motor to optimize the performance of your next machine in our new white paper, Servomotor Configuration.
Use the link "For More Information" to read the Kollmorgen Servomotor...
With custom ASIC technology, the new G6 sensor provides exceptional background suppression at an extended range and it can also detect multi-colored/shiny objects. It has a PinPoint LED, which provides high immunity to ambient light and cross talk immunity. It is designed to be the best performing sensor to replace other Asian manufacturers.
Need good servomotor performance at an excellent servomotor price?
Kollmorgen's new line-up of VLM servomotors are an ideal complement to Kollmorgen's high-performance and highly flexible global AKM™ servomotor product line by delivering a lower priced solution built around a focused set of options.
VLM servomotors deliver high-torque-per-dollar by leveraging specially selected components and flying leads that help eliminate the need for intermediate cables, and by utilizing low cost feedback options. The result is a high value, specific feature set motor that delivers solid servo performance for a wide variety of applications.
Axis invites you to attend Certified Cognex training in our Somerville, NJ location.
2 Day Standard class: May 1-2
2 Day Advanced class: May 3-4
In-Sight Standard and Advanced gives new or potential In‐Sight users a 4 day overview of the hardware and software used by In‐Sight Vision Systems. The class features both spreadsheet application development and an introduction to EasyBuilder®. The class also focuses on advanced In-Sight spreadsheet use. Spreadsheet users will learn how spreadsheet functions work and apply their knowledge to complete the class lab exercises. The class focuses on hands-on labs to build advanced tool usage scenarios within real-world applications.
The two day Standard class is $695 and the two day Advanced class is also $695.
However, if taken together as a combined four day class the discounted price is $995.
To take advantage of the full 4 day training opportunity -just register for both classes and we will...
The DataMan 300 series of readers was developed to be a best-in-class barcode reader for indexed or high-speed lines.
DataMan 300 delivers a quantum leap in barcode reading capabilities, as well as introduces several other new features that improve ease-of-use and performance, including:
1. Controllable, field interchangeable lighting modules
2. Flexible lens options
3. Intelligent tuning
4. Unmatched read rate performance with 2DMax+™ for 2-D matrix codes and 1DMax+™ with the new Hotbars™ technology that provides higher read rates of damaged 1-D linear barcodes at a faster pace than ever before
Wednesday, March 13th - Huntington Hilton
9am - 12:30 pm
Join us for morning workshop to learn about the latest machine vision technologies...
...and lunch is on us!
Do you wish you could...
DETECT missing parts?
INSPECT for product defects?
READ 1d or 2d barcodes?
CONFIRM printing with OCR?
APPLY code verification?
Most quality problems start at the very beginning of a product’s journey on the production line. Getting it wrong there can have disastrous consequences. However, with Cognex machine vision systems in place, you can instantly improve your production processes to ensure you Make It Right every time.
During this presentation our experts will show you how you can detect issues on your line BEFORE they become problems for your customers!
Join us on March 13th -We want to help you Make it Right and Read it Right - every time!
Optical Character Recognition
Setting new standards for industrial OCR
Tuesday, March 20:
30 minutes, from your desktop!
Learn how to use OCRMax™, the new Optical Character Recognition (OCR) tool from Cognex, and achieve the highest read rates possible in virtually any production environment using In-Sight® or VisionPro® software.
OCRMax overcomes the limitations of other OCR technologies. This tool takes on character variations, text skew, proportional fonts and variable string lengths, and much more — making it the most robust character recognition tool in the industry. It's easy to set up and use with minimal training.
During this webinar, our expert presenters will help you:
Identify the type of character reading and verification OCRMax addresses
Set up OCRMax for In-Sight or VisionPro in four easy steps
Familiarize you with the features of the tool to help you maximize...
Join us at Axis on Wednesday, Nov. 16 for this industry specific presentation:
MOTION CONTROL FOR CONVERTING @ Siemens
From potato chip bags to video tape, converting a flexible material into a sellable product is a complex process that often requires special machines built to unique specifications. While there are common mechanical and control designs for each application, attaining custom machinery at attractive margins becomes increasingly difficult.
At Siemens, our industry specialists combine application, motion and automation knowledge to provide a complete solution to our customers that is cost-effective, yet still provides accelerated deliveries and performs to expectations. What’s more, because Siemens automation programming tools are open, machine builders can take full advantage of the integrated diagnostics, maintenance and service functions unique to Totally Integrated Automation.
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN CONVERTING:
Manufacturers must push...