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   Automation
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Inductive rotary encoders provide functional safety
Inductive rotary encoders provide functional safety
HEIDENHAIN is expanding its third generation of absolute inductive rotary encoders with the ExI 11xx series, providing a single encoder safety solution for many industries, such as packaging, automation and robotics.

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Open interface is for more efficient controls programming
Open interface is for more efficient controls programming
The new Automation Interface in TwinCAT3 automation software from Beckhoff enables remote control of TwinCAT engineering systems and the automatic generation of programs and configurations.

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Bosch Rexroth offers energy-efficient machine automation
Bosch Rexroth offers energy-efficient machine automation
Greater energy efficiency and safety increasingly determine the selection of electric drives, even at high levels of power. With its IndraDrive CL/ML, Bosch Rexroth now offers a scaled product range of strong drive solutions from 110 kW to 4 MW for applications in metal forming, plastics, test, printing, metallurgy, marine, offshore and other heavy industries.

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GF Machining Solutions offers flexible, modular automation
GF Machining Solutions offers flexible, modular automation
GF Machining Solutions has announced the System 3R TRANSFORMER, a modular automation system designed to integrate with a variety of technologies.

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Robotic automation cell is available for turning centers
Robotic automation cell is available for turning centers
Machine shops of all sizes continue to seek ways to automate what they do to improve consistency, save time, and reduce cost per piece produced. In response to that need, EMCO Maier has partnered with UltraTech Machinery, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, a leading designer and builder of high production equipment, to offer a modular robotic automation cell that provides cost-effective, flexible part load/unload for its turning machines.

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Article results:
Automation marches on
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: June 2014
Mobile robots for massive-part manufacturers.

Automating the impossible
Author: Evan Jones Thorne, Senior Editor
Published: June 2014
Cutting Tool Engineering Senior Editor Evan Jones Thorne interviews Len Graham of Rexam Mold Manufacturing.

What's on your pallet?
Author: Susan Woods, Contributing Editor
Published: June 2013
Implementing automated pallet systems in small and medium-size shops can reduce labor costs and increase profitability.

Going toe to toe on robotics
Author: Alan Rooks, Editorial Director
Published: March 2013
One fond memory from my long-ago youth was playing Rock’Em, Sock’Em Robots with my next-door neighbor. My parents wouldn’t get me the game, for reasons I forget, but my friend Ronnie, who always got the latest, greatest games and toys, had a brand-new version. The objective was to manipulate your plastic robot to knock out the other robot by hitting his spring-loaded head, making it pop up. In January, the robotics industry was playing Rock’Em, Sock’Em Robots with CBS’s “60 Minutes.” The news program broadcast a segment called “Are robots hurting job growth?” based in large part on an interview with Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and co-authors of the 2011 book, “Race Against the Machine.”

Armed with automation
Author: Alan Richter, Editor
Published: December 2012
Lightweight and easy-to-program robotic arms.

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