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igus at the D-Expo Metal

Volker Beissel | 7. October 2020

Virtual trade shows have become the new norm for us since April. Besides our own permanent exhibition in Cologne KMI (Köln Messe igus), we also take part in other exhibitions. The most recent event for the machine tool industry was D-Expo Metall (https://www.hanser-tagungen.de/en/d-expo-kunststoff). Within this framework, I was able to present exclusively some of our […]

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Energieketten für lange Verfahrwege

Mount energy chain systems of up to 100 metres with little effort

Beke Nieszytka | 18. August 2020

Imagine an energy supply system with a length of 80 metres. How can such a chain be transported fully functional, undamaged and – considering the weight involved – easily and safely to the plant and assembled there with little effort?

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How to make energy supply systems ready to plug and play

Markus Hueffel | 7. April 2020

How can energy supply systems be made ready to plug and play? The more complex the system, the more extensive the functions of the machine, and the more effort and cost often associated with the energy chain. For this reason, complex systems often require many plug-in points that must be produced and coded according to polarisation – the ideal solution is the Module Connect adapter.

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Ready-to-install energy chain systems save harnessing time

Beke Nieszytka | 31. March 2020

Mechanical engineers have to adapt their machines time and time again to a new situation. When is the right time for an adjustment and how to proceed most effectively? Fully harnessed energy chains provide a remedy here.

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Reduce wastage: Idle times and machine downtimes

Beke Nieszytka | 5. November 2019

The increased requirements of the market call upon you, as a manufacturing company, to permanently improve in order to ensure your own competitiveness. Companies are constantly working to maximise their output and reduce their costs. The most obvious cause of losses in a company is wastage. In order to increase the profitability and efficiency of production, all forms of waste should therefore be consistently minimised or eliminated.

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