Anything we as a collective community enjoy together can be considered entertainment. There are endless and exciting possibilities for the use of robotics and automation within the entertainment industry.
Visit us at the ATX Canada Show in Toronto June 16-18, 2015 at the Toronto Congress Centre in Booth #985. We will be exhibiting a range of Automation & Motion Control Products for a variety of Industrial Automation applications. Our Core Purpose is to help Canadian Manufacturers build better machines using differentiated automation technology. We specialize in Robotic and … Continue reading Visit us at the ATX Canada Show in Toronto June 16-18, 2015
Visit Electromate at the Global Petroleum Show in Calgary on June 9-11, 2015 at Stampede Park, Halls D/E Booth #7704. Electromate will be exhibiting a range of Automation & Motion Control Products for Downhole, MWD & ATEX Class I, Div. 2 applications. Electromate specializes in Robotic and Mechatronic Solutions. We will be showcasing our differentiated automation solutions in Booth #7704.
View archived webinar Originally recorded on 11/19/2014 by DesignNews Industrial automation continues to benefit from the fruits of the mechatronics industry, namely the increasing inclusion of electronics within the traditional mechanics. However, as this integration grows stronger, more smarts are needed from the design team to ensure that the mechanics are taking full advantage of all … Continue reading Mechatronics: Industrial Automation Webinar
Are you attending the Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show (MMTS) on May 12-14, 2014? If so, stop by and say hello! Electromate is exhibiting it’s Robotic and Mechatronic Products in Booth #30. Click on the link below to Register Now. http://www.mmts.ca/attend/register-now Tags: Robotics, Mechatronics, Automation, Motion Control, Trade Show, Motor Control, Machine Control
Tolomatic has just released two new sizes of ERD electric cylinders that are hygienically designed, IP69K rated with an USDA Accepted Equipment Certification for meat (livestock), poultry, and dairy food processing applications. The new hygienic stainless steel design of ERD electric cylinders offer: Thrust capacities to 4500 lbf [20,017 N] Increased strokes to 39.4 inches … Continue reading New hygienic designed electric cylinders are IP69K, stainless steel and USDA approved
Macron Moment: First large-scale, wireless infrared signaling gantry system Click to see Macron's first large scale gantry in action. Year: 1999 Application: Pick and place package sorting Industry: Packaging automation & material handling Problem: A client required an in-house automated sorting and packaging system to fulfill shipping orders for prescription contact lenses. The linear robotic … Continue reading Large Scale Automated Sorting Gantry System
The key to reducing production costs is found in Cycle Time effects. You may be able to further reduce costs if you look closely at the CT effects. So what exactly are CT effects? Click on the link below to read the case study from IntelligentActuator.com on how production efficiency was significantly improved. http://www.intelligentactuator.com/pdf/CT-Effects_CJ0196-2A-UST-1-1112.pdf More … Continue reading Reduce Manufacturing Costs by Cycle Time Effects
What makes a bus based Motion Controller deterministic? What are the three types of Step Motors? What is the difference between an Absolute Encoder and a Resolver? These questions (and many more) are quickly answered in a free User Friendly 2page 'Motion Control Terminology' Primer. The Primer covers the following topics: Motion Control Motion Controllers Drives and Amplifiers … Continue reading Motion Control Terminology Primer
Created by Electromate.com, this Technical Group strives to advance the knowledge of the fundamentals of Electro-mechanical Motion Control. We welcome regular posts by group members of any Technical Notes & White Papers, Video’s, Webinars, Podcasts, Engineering Formulae, Sizing Software, etc., related to the discipline of Motion Control. We appreciate your participation and encourage your comments. … Continue reading Join the New LinkedIn Group ‘Motion Control Fundamentals’