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Leuze electronic presents the world’s first data transmission photoelectric sensor for location-independent remote diagnosis

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With the world’s first data transmission photoelectric sensor, the DDLS 500, which makes location-independent remote diagnostics possible thanks to an integrated web server, Leuze electronic sets new standards in terms of performance and transparency.

High Flow Volume/Filter Booster – 500% Highest Flow Reduces Costs

Bifolds patented unique volume and filter booster range in 316L stainless steel provides up to 500% higher flow than the market equivalents.

RISE OF THE MACHINES – THE FUTURE OF ROBOTICS AND AUTOMATION

NEIL GALLANT, MANAGING DIRECTOR OF NEUTRONIC TECHNOLOGIES

EXHIBIT AT BULKEX17 – BULK HANDLING TODAY AND TOMORROW @bulkex

Exhibitor bookings are now being taken for BULKEX17, the annual conference of the Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA).

RED ENGINEERING WINS QUEEN’S AWARD @RedEngineersUK

RED Engineering has won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation in recognition of its ground-breaking approach to designing and delivering complex engineering challenges. 

FLIR Launch Optimised Thermal Camera for Electronics Development and Testing

FLIR Systems has announced the launch of the FLIR ETS320 thermal imaging solution for electronics testing in engineering benchtop environments. As the first FLIR camera designed specifically for benchtop work in testing and analyzing the thermal characteristics of electronic components and printed circuit boards (PCBs), the FLIR ETS320 aims to advance testing and diagnosis accuracy in the electronics industry. 

Entry-level System for Tracking Fast Moving Objects

Specialised Imaging announces the Trackerlite – a new entry level system designed to enable small test ranges, sport science and university researchers to better understand the flight behaviour of fast moving objects.

Low Power 800-series Flowmeter for Battery Operated Equipment

Titan Enterprises has introduced a new version of its popular 800 series turbine flow meter that enables integration with battery powered or portable equipment.

Academia and industry combine to develop cutting-edge radar system for space travel @unilincoln ‏

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A new research partnership has been launched which will see university engineers working alongside a leading satellite technology company to develop a pioneering new radar system.

@WhatsNewInElec It’s Competition Time.

The IPC Hand Soldering Competition supported by Advanced Rework Technology will be running on both days of What’s New in Electronics Live at The NEC from 9th – 10th May – www.wnie.co.uk/live 

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56 Exhibitors Support UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition

The vision industry has provided excellent support for the UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition which will take place on 27th April 2017 at Arena MK. The exhibition will feature 56 companies, showing some of the latest vision technology available. Arranged in the centre of the hall with the Conference presentation theatres located around the periphery, the exhibition provides easy access for visitors throughout the entire day, whenever they are not attending any seminars.

PHOENICS – Your Gateway to CFD Success

The “Earth” solver of CHAM’s PHOENICS CFD software already forms the CFD engine of several third party products.  Now, both the solver and its input menu structure have been transposed to operate within the environment of both specialist-application and multi-function third party CAD products.

West Yorkshire engineering firm secures funding for state-of-the- art investment

B Allsop Limited, the Huddersfield based sheet metal manufacturer, has agreed a £400,000 finance package with Yorkshire Bank’s asset finance team to support the firm’s investment plans.

Specialist cable & assemblies for challenging applications – Anything IS Possible!

In the world of sensors and instrumentation there are many different types of sensor, both static and dynamic, in addition to an almost endless array of applications and in a vast majority of these installations a cable is still required to connect the sensor to the data acquisition, recording or analysis system.

High Speed, High Sensitivity Thermal Cameras

FLIR Systems has introduced two high-speed, longwave thermal cameras for demanding science and research applications, the FLIR X6900sc SLS and FLIR X8500sc SLS. Shown at the SPIE Defense and Commercial Sensing convention in Anaheim, California (USA), both cameras provide the faster frame rates, shorter snapshot speeds, and wider temperature ranges needed for the most demanding scientific research applications.

High Speed, High Sensitivity Thermal Cameras

FLIR Systems has introduced two high-speed, longwave thermal cameras for demanding science and research applications, the FLIR X6900sc SLS and FLIR X8500sc SLS. Shown at the SPIE Defense and Commercial Sensing convention in Anaheim, California (USA), both cameras provide the faster frame rates, shorter snapshot speeds, and wider temperature ranges needed for the most demanding scientific research applications.

Lloyds Bank Return as MACH 2018 sponsors

The Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) has announced that Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking is to be, once again, the headline sponsor of the largest event of its kind in the UK – MACH 2018 – which brings together all the best innovation and technology for a wide range of manufacturing sectors under one roof.

NEW Technical Article: Problems with adhesion? Plasma Treatment for Medical Device Manufacturers

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Dyne Technology, the UK and Ireland’s Number One Plasma Treating technology supplier, looks at the problems of adhesion that medical device manufacturers often encounter. There is undoubtedly an incredible number of benefits that the use of plastics has brought to medical device manufacturers. Despite this, one problem remains for medical device manufacturing professionals i.e. solving the problem of adhesion.

Integrated inspection metal detectors break away from isolated technology islands

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Manufacturers who treat their metal detectors as a stand-alone unit could be missing a trick, writes Phil Brown, European Sales Director at Fortress Technology. The saying ‘no man is an island’ is equally applicable to machinery – particularly in a packaging line context – where machines rarely operate in isolation, and usually interface with up-or down-stream equipment. This is certainly true of metal detectors, which can easily be integrated with weighers, baggers and factory management systems, allowing users to reap the benefits that can be gleaned from a more joined-up approach to line design.