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Progea News

MOVICON.NEXT 4.0 GRANTS REMOTE ACCESS TO THE PLANT IN TOTAL SECURITY

Modern automation systems provide for the availability to be accessed remotely and at any time. From this perspective, various users such as operators, maintenance crews and production managers need to have access to automation systems, and the security of each access needs to be guaranteed. In fact, authorizing different profiles of people to access the system remotely, means exposing the system to security issues that can involve data confidentiality and even command and control security problems. Typically, these accesses have to be managed in a simple and functional way, thus the Web Client technology is used increasingly.

Baumüller News

More compact with water 

 Baumüller offers the water-cooling method for a wide range of motor sizes, which allows greater power with more compactness.

Siemens News

Faster E-motor Production with Wire Brake Application

 For the faster production of e-motors, Siemens has developed a new application which optimally controls wire tension for linear winding and minimizes fluctuations in force. The Wire Brake software application for automated winding of rectangular coil former controls the tension of the copper wire.

NORD Drivesystems

NORD white paper: Corrosion protection for high loads

With its unique NORD nsd tupH surface protection, NORD DRIVESYSTEMS offers corrosion protection normally associated with stainless steel. It can be combined with flexible modular drive products. The drive solutions are available in several sizes as worm gear, parallel gear, parallel shaft gear or bevel gear units, completely available with smooth motor and respective drive electronics.

Congatec News

Whopping 50% more edge computing power

congatec welcomes Intel Atom® x6000E Series processor launch on five form factors.

Sandvik Coromant News

A DRILL FOR ALL MATERIALS

Korean automotive manufacturer sees 1,150% increased tool life with CoroDrill® 860-GM. It’s said that life is a marathon, not a sprint. For automotive manufacturers, longer lasting tooling solutions are integral to more profitable production — but, often, manufacturers see little reason to change their existing tool set-up. Here, James Thorpe, global product manager at Sandvik Coromant, the global leader in metal cutting tools, explains why the benefits of longer-lasting tools — like the latest addition to its CoroDrill range — shouldn’t be underestimated, particularly for reducing costs-per-part or increasing overall output.

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