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Siemens: Decentralized servo drive

Expanding on its popular Sinamics S120 multi-axis drive system, Siemens introduces the new Sinamics S120M.
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Compact drives. One thing Top Tier engineers and machine  designers like about the servo drives is that they neatly fit in a relatively small controls cabinet.
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Hybrid servo system brings positioning accuracy to palletizing

The L7 palletizer has standard AC motors and a machine control code accessed on a familiar PLC interface. But servo drives in place of VFDs bring big benefits.
WestPack 2014: Capping Machine
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WestPack 2014: Capping Machine

Magna Capper is an automatic inline capping machine that applies and torques closures onto containers at speeds to 60 cpm. Track feeds cap to machine. Floats cap onto bottle, allowing for fewer crossthreads. Uses servo technology for repeatable, consistent running. Incorporates a user-friendly Allen Bradley touchscreen.
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B&R: High-power servo motors

Available in two sizes with speeds up to 3,000 rpm, B&R’s highly-efficient 8KS series servo motors provide up to 140 kW of power and stall torque up to 555 Nm.
Medical pouches. This sophisticated medical combination pouch system turns flat roll stock into a range of bags and pouches used in the healthcare industry.
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Recipe for success

Using the latest drive and control components, CMD Corp. built a PDI Medical Combination Pouch System with rapid data management and unparalleled precision.
Single-cable connection simplifies servo drive connectivity and control
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Single-cable connection simplifies servo drive connectivity and control

Beckhoff Automation demonstrates the benefits of its One Cable Technology simplifies connectivity and control of servo drives, such as those embedded into the company's EL 7201 Servo Terminal. Click to learn of the benefits and savings.
Single cable simplifies servo connections to DIN rail-mounted controls
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Single cable simplifies servo connections to DIN rail-mounted controls

Beckhoff Automation shows you how One Cable technology can provide motor power, feedback and thermal information, via EtherCAT, between its CX-200 family DIN rail-mounted PC-based controls to multiple two servo motors, including a washdown-rated stainless steel design.
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Brenton celebrates 25 years of packaging machinery manufacturing

Brenton grew from a regional custom manufacturer to a worldwide expert in end of line packaging automation and productivity improvement, offering excellent customer service. Brenton’s product line includes a wide range of case packers, shrink wrappers, palletizers, material handling, and robotic solutions.
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Controls Product Brief
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Festo: Cylinder/drive combination

Festo’s EPCO electric cylinder and CMMO-ST closed loop servo drive combination is designed to quickly assist in machine changeover, while delivering low total lifecycle costs through minimum energy consumption, and streamlined selecting, commissioning, and installing.
Controls Product Brief
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Festo Corporation: Ethernet-enabled servo drive

Providing Ethernet IP, ProfiNet, EtherCat, Profibus, and DeviceNet networkability, Festo’s CMMP-AS-M3 servo drive delivers safe-off capabilities for faster machine restart and shorter machine downtime.

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