The Paradox of Smart Manufacturing
In today’s age of smart manufacturing and Industry 4.0, companies are faced with the paradox of achieving improved quality and flexibility, while at the same time increasing throughput at reduced costs. This paradox can only be resolved through cutting-edge technology in which smart motion-control is as important as ever. Innovative servo technology is now imperative in shaping safer, greener, smaller, more accurate, and cost effective machinery.
Want to learn how smart drives and control can help improve machine performance, while enabling manufactures to achieve more for less?
“The Paradox of Smart Manufacturing” presentation will be held at Forum Hall 3, booth 3-668
Thursday, 29.11.2018 from 13:20PM – 13:40PM.
The “Paradox of Smart Manufacturing” has won first prize at the SPS Award 2018 “Roberto Maietti”, rewarding this year’s most prestigious abstracts under the topic of “The challenges of automation: efficiency and flexibility”.
Smart Safety | Huge Savings for Manufacturers
Elmo drives with advanced Functional Safety (IEC 61800-5-2, SIL-3) over EtherCAT, help manufacturers save money, hardware, and space, while increasing machine safety dramatically.
Twitter Family | Award Winning Servo Technology
World’s smallest, most powerful servo drive. With up to 10kW of cont. Power (160A), EtherCAT, STO, and with multiple motion functionality, it offers the full range of power in a compact packaging.
Elmo Application Studio 2.5 is coming!
- New! G-Code Editor
- New! Maestro Software in the Loop Interface
- New! Automated Robot Gain Scheduling
- More Blending Transition Modes
- Dynamics 3D Robot Image
And much more!
The world’s smallest most powerful servo drive, delivers over 5500w.
Gold Twitter delivers up to 5500 watts of qualitative power, ultra-high current with advanced servo capabilities and supports EtherCAT or CANopen networking. Weighing just 18 grams and less than 13 cm3 in volume. The Gold Twitter drives are STO certified (SIL 3) and are backed by the highest of safety standards