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10/10/2018 - Condition monitoring solution for gearboxes provides six-figure savings in six months for steel tube producer
Welded Tube of Canada is a leading producer of steel tube and pipe with an annual production capacity of 700,000 tonnes. Founded in 1970, the company has 700 employees and is headquartered in Concord, Ontario, Canada. Welded Tube owns and operates five manufacturing and finishing plants in Canada and the US, which serve the needs of the North American market.
 
10/10/2018 - Invertek Drives helps Clwyd Compounders meet rubber mill safety standards and create energy savings
Ensuring rubber compounder mills capable of operating with bulk weighing up to three tons could stop within 1/6th of a revolution and reverse to meet European EN safety standards was going to be a tough challenge for materials specialist Clwyd Compounders.
 
10/10/2018 - Warner Electric helps Thomas More University go the distance in Shell Eco Marathon
It’s common practice for the engineers of tomorrow to take part in global engineering challenges as part of their degree. However, few challenges are as relevant to the real world as the Shell Eco Marathon, which asks student teams around the world to design, build, test and drive ultra-energy-efficient vehicles. Warner Electric has sponsored students at Thomas More University for their entry into the urban concept class.
 
09/10/2018 - UCB life scientists use robots to test cells by the billion
An automated primary antibody screening workcell for early stage development of potential new treatments for central nervous system and immunology disorders has been designed and constructed for UCB S.A. by Peak Analysis and Automation (PAA) Ltd. Built around a Mitsubishi Electric robot, the workcell speeds up the process of antibody discovery by allowing the screening of billions of antibody producing B cells.
 
09/10/2018 - Renishaw’s neurolocate 2D module makes frameless robotic neurosurgery more accessible
A new frameless patient registration module for the neuromate® surgical robot, the neurolocate™ 2D module, has obtained a CE mark. Global engineering company Renishaw will now offer the neurolocate 2D module to hospitals across Europe to help save time and costs by realising the benefits of intraoperative imaging.
 
08/10/2018 - UCB life scientists use robots to test cells by the billion
An automated primary antibody screening workcell for early stage development of potential new treatments for central nervous system and immunology disorders has been designed and constructed for UCB S.A. by Peak Analysis and Automation (PAA) Ltd. Built around a Mitsubishi Electric robot, the workcell speeds up the process of antibody discovery by allowing the screening of billions of antibody producing B cells.
 
08/10/2018 - CONVEYOR BELTS BACK IN SERVICE IN UNDER TWO HOURS
Optimum conveyor belt life is achieved when the belt cover and carcass wear out at the same time but in the real world how often does that happen? Commonly the belt cover will wear through leaving the carcass intact, an outcome that limits the life expectancy of the system. 
 
08/10/2018 - A Smarter Approach to Vehicle Design with System-Level Modeling
The demand for innovation is universal across industries, as new products are required to meet higher performance standards without slowing the overall time to market. This reality is perhaps most apparent in the automotive industry, where a wide range of technologies must come together seamlessly if a new product is to be successful.
 
03/10/2018 - Jamaican patties remain a firm favourite, thanks to Burkert’s 10-year-lasting valves
Incorporated 30 years ago in June this year, Cleone Foods produces Jamaican patties and distributes them under its Island Delight brand name. The company relies on it’s process equipment to ensure an uninterrupted supply of it’s tasty products and Burkert has proven itself up to the task with process valves that have been in operation for ten years before requiring a service.
 
03/10/2018 - Movicon SCADA supports one of Italy’s largest winemakers
Growing quality grape varieties isn’t the only clincher to gain a foothold in the wine market. Advanced automation and process control solutions help in meeting consumer demands - while maximising plant productivity. One of Italy’s leading winemakers invested in Progea’s Movicon SCADA to manage its production lines more efficiently.
 
 
  
 
    
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