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Designline industrial PCs with larger screens and more powerful processor

Phoenix Contact’s Designline industrial PCs are now available with an Intel Core i7 processor in the newly released 18.5- and 21.5-inch screen sizes, as well as the original 15-inch version. These models are IP65 rated and have a fanless design, making it possible to mount directly on the factory floor. Because it is safe to

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Intelligent software functions increase productivity and protect know-how

With Open Core Engineering, Rexroth enhances classic PLC programming by bridging the gap to IT automation. It increases engineering efficiency thanks to open standards, software tools, and function toolkits. Rexroth now offers machinery manufacturers the option of creating individual software functions independently, thereby allowing them to access the control via defined interfaces in real time.

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New 3D printing material for high temp applications

Royal DSM announced the release of Somos Precise, a 3D printing material for parts and patterns in high temperature applications that need exceptional detail resolution. In addition, patterns...

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See metal additive manufacturing at TCT Show

Renishaw, the UK’s only manufacturer of a metal based additive manufacturing (metal 3D printing) machine will be exhibiting at TCT 2014 from 30 September – 2 October. On...

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Get a closer look at Optomec 3D printers at TCT Show

The TCT Show in Birmingham, England, (running from September 30 – October 2 at the NEC) gives you an opportunity to see developments in 3D printing / additive...

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WAGO promotes Jesse Cox to Field Applications Engineer

WAGO recognizes Jesse Cox with promotion to the position of Field Applications Engineer for the Pacific Northwest region. Cox has served as WAGO’s Regional Sales Manager for Oregon, Washington and Idaho since 2012. “In his short tenure Jesse has consistently exceeded expectations, growing his territory year after year! In addition to outstanding sales growth, Jesse

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ABB to join United Nations network to promote energy efficiency

ABB announced at the UN Climate Summit in New York that it is joining the United Nations Environment Programme’s global action on improving appliance and equipment efficiency. The company will provide expertise on energy efficient motors and transformers to help governments devise policies that accelerate energy savings. “ABB is excited to be part of the

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