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Energy chains

The 6 best energy chain systems for virtually all applications

jhang | 20. January 2022

Are you looking for a suitable energy chain for your application, but having a hard time finding the right product? Then you are exactly at the right place! In this article, we have compiled for you the 6 best energy chain systems with which you can successfully implement 90% of all applications. We evaluated them […]

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How igus gets maximum service life from energy chains

jhang | 20. October 2020

Many manufacturers design their products in such a way that they give up the ghost early. Planned obsolescence is the name of this trickery. Why igus is pursuing a different strategy.      Quickly print out the spaghetti recipe for the culinary evening with friends. But then the cry to the heavens: the printer no longer […]

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Zig-Zag on the EOT crane – the somewhat different cable routing for lifting applications

Jens Göbel | 13. August 2020

For many lifting applications, a compact and space-saving solution is extremely important. However, the more cables have to be routed together in a system and the longer the lifting height, the less the choice of possible solutions. When the already presented liftband or e-spool reach their technical limits, the only thing left is the so-called zig-zag installation method.

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Compact cable guidance for slewing gear on indoor / EOT cranes

Jens Göbel | 28. July 2020

Energy chain systems offer a space-saving alternative for the cable routing on the slewing gear. The chain is guided lying on its side with the help of a round guide trough. In this way, angles of rotation of up to 540 ° and speeds of rotation of up to 360 °/s can be achieved.

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Scara solution: From the idea to the product. Episode 1

Marius Glaue | 21. July 2020

Status Quo CW29 2020 In this blog series we would like to show you how we develop a new product. The end of this series is still completely open at the time I write these lines or you read these lines. Perhaps we will end up with no new product at all and fail halfway […]

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