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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in March 2010
Torsion-resistant cables
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3/1/2010  Post a comment
igus«ĺ shielded CF-ROBOT cable has been tested through more than three million torsional movements to +/- 270 degrees. This blended sheath cable with a flexible core is optimum for robotic applications.
DryLin® WJRM hybrid linear bearings are cost effective
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3/1/2010  Post a comment
The word 'hybrid' is used in engineering to describe a system where two technologies are combined together. igus« has now achieved this with a completely new type of hybrid linear bearing that both rolls and slides.
Take a look inside the igus® test lab
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Each year, igus« performs more than 2,000 tests on cable carriers and continuous-flex cables, which have been successfully installed in a multitude of applications.




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