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In the realm of motion control and position feedback, encoders are pivotal. Two prominent types in today's industry are the capacitive and inductive encoders. This paper takes a closer look at each of these, providing insights for those seeking to choose between them for specific applications.
Poorly regulated PCBA manufacturing can contribute to environmental damage, including ozone depletion, freshwater contamination, and algal dead zones. It's time to change that. As we move towards a net-zero economy, collaborating with other businesses is essential to effectively manage risks and seize opportunities. As a part of the complex electronic products industry, you have a unique opportunity to lead the way in sustainability at all levels of PCBA production. By engaging stakeholders and implementing transparent communication, your company can minimize its ecological footprint while unlocking new growth opportunities.
Why “Lean Labeling”? From our past experience at Newcastle Systems, our biggest challenge has always been about helping our customers see a problem they didn’t know they have. While Receiving has permanently changed by solving a previously unknown problem, the warehouse has plenty of other similar challenges that are not necessarily “ignored”, but just not considered big enough to gain the attention it may deserve.
Secure and reliable machine authentication provides the data manufacturers need to enable process and workforce optimization. Learn why "who" matters in machine operation and how factories can use machine authentication to drive quality control, cost efficiencies, safety and compliance.
As automated equipment in industrial, medical and life science markets becomes increasingly faster and more accurate, engineers must adapt with higher performing linear motion and positioning systems. At the same time, however, the envelope for motion control is shrinking, making it difficult to design a fast, precise system that can fit into tight spaces. Despite the challenge, it is possible to design a linear motion system that delivers the high performance these machines demand. For example, a linear positioning table and digital controller combination optimized for high-speed communications and fast response achieves an ideal balance of precise positioning and exceptional control. This article will describe some of the essentials machine designers should consider when implementing a precision linear motion system for high-speed automated machines, along with an out-of-the-box setup that provides exceptional results.
Improper warehouse management means you could be missing valuable business insights, which could help you make more informed decisions to improve the overall health of your company and avoid the above scenario.
Learn how manufacturers are reducing costs and ensuring product quality with new app-based technologies that that make human decisions consistent, reliable and trackable
This whitepaper introduces "Hybrid AI" - a novel approach that combines the best of established machine vision processes and new AI capabilities.