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AutomationDirect is a direct seller of automation and industrial control products such as PLCs, sensors, pushbuttons, AC drives/motors, enclosures, operator interfaces, and much more. AutomationDirect offers a free 1,900+ page catalog and full-featured web site for your viewing experience. Come visit us today! View All Resources from AutomationDirect
Seal Problems Case StudiesVendor:Apple Rubber Products | Type:Case Study | Category: Motion Control/AutomationIntriguing case histories of some challenging seal problems we've solved, complete with drawings, to demonstrate our experience and expertise.
Fittings & AccessoriesVendor:COLDER PRODUCTS CO. | Type:Product Brief | Category: Motion Control/AutomationColder offers a variety of ancillary components to enhance your fluid handling system. From fittings and luers to PTF nuts and dust caps, we carry the accessories and replacement parts you need, when you need them.
Brushless Motors FlyerVendor:Dynetic Systems | Type:Application Note | Category: Motion Control/AutomationBL line of NEMA fractional HP Brushless Motors complete with a line of integrated gearing offered as a sealed unit to IP65. Based on Salient Pole technology this high current/low voltage line is perfect for today's mobile environments. Check out our website to download a copy of our Brushless Motors Flyer. Multi-Power ® Air PressesVendor:FABCO-AIR INC | Type:Product Brief | Category:Motion Control/Automation Fabco-Air applies the unique Multi-Power® Principle to a precision framework and base, providing you with the ultimate in a powerful, precision, compact, air-powered bench press for production or laboratory use.
Detention Doors Test LimitsVendor:Groschopp | Type:Design Guide | Category: Motion Control/AutomationImagine the sound of "lock down" as a series of sutomated prison doors close in orchestrated succession. Critical applications like these get intense attention at Groschopp. Automated doors in elevators, hospitals, prisons and the like must open and close without fail - hundreds of times a day, week after week.
Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST)
CST represents a unique collection of companies under one umbrella as a distinct global business unit within Schneider Electric. Now a singular business, they represents a set of proven brands with a long-standing ability to deliver advanced application-specific solutions across a wide array of sensing technologies along with control and actuation products. View All Resources from Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST)
Socket WrenchesVendor:Lowell Corp. | Type:Product Brief | Category: Motion Control/AutomationSeries 150, Economical socket wrench. Unique Bolt-Thru design, Riveted and stamped construction, Comfortable vinyl grip, Retaining device, Reversing lever in head, Semi-enclosed head, Ideal for tightening nuts and bolts on flanges, couplings, saddles, or long threaded shafts.
MICO General Guidelines for Installing Hydraulic Brake ComponentsVendor:MICO, Incorporated | Type:Application Note | Category: Motion Control/AutomationBasic hydraulic guidelines to ensure your hydraulic components are properly installed. Topics covered include mounting, internal heat, cleanliness, bleeding, and system leaks. Pneumatic and Hydraulic Automation Products – Smaller, Stronger and SmarterVendor:Nason Co. | Type:Product Brief | Category: Motion Control/AutomationNason cylinders are smaller. But, smaller means more than just space efficient - our cylinders deliver the same power in a smaller form than our competition. Stronger means that our cylinders provide longer life than the competition's cylinders, giving you significantly more cycles of productive work. And Nason is smart enough to realize that design engineers have their own ideas about how they want ports and mountings configured. So our approach to manufacturing means we're able to customize our cylinders to meet your needs.
Full-line catalogVendor:Ogura Industrial Corp. | Type:Design Guide | Category: Motion Control/AutomationProducts in this catalog include: electromechanical clutch, electromechanical brake, electromechanical power off brake (holding), multiple disk electromechanical clutch, multiple disk electromechanical brake, electromechanical tooth clutches, magnetic particle clutch, magnetic particle brake, hysteresis permanent magnet clutch or brake, hysteresis powered clutch, hysteresis powered brake plus Troubleshooting electromechanical clutches.
Schmidt CouplingsVendor:ZERO MAX INC | Type:Product Catalog | Category: Motion Control/AutomationThe basic function of a power transmission coupling is to transmit torque from an input shaft to an output shaft at a given shaft speed and, where necessary, to accommodate shaft misalignment. Misalignment is the result of many factors including installation errors and tolerance variations.
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Are they robots or androids? We're not exactly sure. Each talking, gesturing Geminoid looks exactly like a real individual, starting with their creator, professor Hiroshi Ishiguro of Osaka University in Japan.
Truchard will be presented the award at the 2014 Golden Mousetrap Awards ceremony during the co-located events Pacific Design & Manufacturing, MD&M West, WestPack, PLASTEC West, Electronics West, ATX West, and AeroCon.
For industrial control applications, or even a simple assembly line, that machine can go almost 24/7 without a break. But what happens when the task is a little more complex? That’s where the “smart” machine would come in. The smart machine is one that has some simple (or complex in some cases) processing capability to be able to adapt to changing conditions. Such machines are suited for a host of applications, including automotive, aerospace, defense, medical, computers and electronics, telecommunications, consumer goods, and so on. This discussion will examine what’s possible with smart machines, and what tradeoffs need to be made to implement such a solution.