Cognex Germany Inc

Innovative 3D vision system opens up new possibilities for automated inspection

An exciting new 3D vision system now makes inspecting parts in 3D as easy as using a 2D smart camera. While optical inspection in 3D previously required a great deal of programming but offered few benefits, Cognex's new technology brings better image quality, simplified application development, and a wide range of true 3D inspection tools - significantly expanding the range of applications in industrial automation.

B&R News

A new era of productivity

Today's plants and machinery take up a lot of space. But only a fraction of their footprint contributes to the production process itself.

Athapack News

The Integration of Electrical CAD/CAE for Machine Manufacturing

In the fields of electrical and automation engineering, fully automated design engineering sounds very difficult but cofaso eSchematic shows that it is quite possible with a user-friendly handling.

MTU News

MOVING TOWARDS CLIMATE NEUTRALITY

Fuel cell technology for future energy and propulsion systems.

Rohm Semiconductors News

New EMARMOUR 2 Channel High-Speed Op Amp

ROHM introduces the availability of a “2 channel high-speed ground sense CMOS op amp”, BD77502FVM, optimized for consumer and industrial equipment requiring high-speed sensing – such as industrial measurement and control systems.

Stratasys News

The Growing Role of Additive Manufacturing in the Rail Industry: An Expert Talk

Global rail companies continue to face growing challenges to build and maintain trains faster and at lower costs. Striving for engineering and design excellence, strict material and functionality regulations in the rail industry add additional levels of complexity to producing new or spare rail parts. In order to meet industry requirements, Europe’s leading transport companies – Bombardier Transportation, Deutsche Bahn ESG and Siemens Mobility – have all invested in additive manufacturing technology. In this interview, experts from these companies each provide their insights into the rail industry’s inherent production challenges and how their adoption of additive manufacturing helps to address them.

HARTING News

Connectivity in the changing robot industry

75 years of the HARTING Technology Group - Optimum solutions from decades of partnership.

Seco Tools

Manufacturing Efficiency is On-time Deliveries and Satisfied Customers

A machining workshop seeks to produce a certain number of parts, at a required level of quality, in the most efficient way, delivered on time. Traditionally, manufacturing businesses defined efficiency by return on investment. Success was measured in terms of continuous runs of thousands or hundreds of thousands of pieces and maintaining steady output from one or many machines was the goal. From that point of view, a machine that was running and making parts was considered efficient.

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