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Bosch Rexroth: Motion control technology minimizes unwanted movement

Bosch Rexroth’s Adaptive Systems technology in the company's IndraMotion MLD motion control platform provides the intelligence to enable predictive maintenance to minimize unwanted movements like oscillations and vibrations, helping increase process throughput by up to 50%.
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AutomationDirect: Right-angle servo gear reducers

Suitable for applications that require a more compact footprint, AutomationDirect’s new SureGear PGB series of right-angle servo gear reducers offer similar technical specifications to the PGA series in-line gear reducers, and are available in four gear ratios (5:1, 10:1, 15:1, 25:1).
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B&R: Servo drives provide repetitive control

By using predictive following error compensation, B&R’s ACOPOS line of servo drives now provide repetitive control to improve the accuracy of production processes with stationary disturbances: the performance of the machine or system is considerably increased simply by installing a firmware update.
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Siemens: Synchronized drive control for printing, converting applications

A complete package for machine builders, system integrators, and end-users in printing and converting applications, Siemens’ Simotion Synchronized Drive Control (SDC) standard application solution allows more than 100 axes of motion to be engaged on system architecture.
Multi-axis demo for pick-and-place, palletizing
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Multi-axis demo for pick-and-place, palletizing

B&R featured a live demo of a multi-axis ActuatorLine from Rollon. The unit demos a 5 actuator - 3 axis of motion infrared target practice game that is driven by B&R controls. Rollon X-Y-Z gantry is an out-of-the-box solution for pick and place, packaging, palletizing and depalletizing, delivering flexible, reliable, accurate linear motion controlled by B & R.
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Mitsubishi: Motion controller

Offering easy upgrade to its MR-J3 and MR-J4 servo platforms, Mitsubishi Electric Automation’s Q170MCPU-EIP motion controller allows end users to operate their existint third-party control systems that incorporate Add-On-Instructions (AOI).
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Kollmorgen: Scalable servo drive-based motion solutions

Delivering up to 128 axes of complex, fully programmable and synchronized motion, the AKD PDMM and AKD BASIC servo drive family from Kollmorgen provide high-performance, scalable motion solutions that enable OEMs to simplify the design, reduce the size, and improve the performance of machines.
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Mitsubishi Electric Automation: Servo & motion controller solution

Mitsubishi’s MR-J4 series--its next generation of servo motors, servo amplifiers and motion controllers--provides 2500Hz frequency response speed time, reducing settling times to less than two milliseconds (msec) to maximize machine performance and throughput.
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Lenze Americas: Servo inverter

Well-suited for material handling systems, Lenze’s Servo Inverter i700 features extremely short cycle times, 32-bit signal resolution and an overload capacity of more than 200% to make the new i700 equally suited for simple positioning tasks and highly dynamic, precise, multi-axis applications in handling and packaging machines or robot applications.
Machine-mounted servo drive
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Machine-mounted servo drive

Acoposmulti65 from B&R is an on-machine-mounted, IP-67-rated, servo motion controller rated to 4 kilowatts that has connections for servo motor, servo encoder, network cable, and connections to on-board machine I/O.

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