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This Handheld Printer offers Direct-to-Substrate printing for Industrial Marking and Inkjet Coding where the use of adhesive Labeling processes are not reliable. Print Barcodes, Part Numbers and Stencil Text, as well as Logo Printing directly to Industrial Products, Print On Virtually any substrate; Metals, Plastic and Composites and even Glass.
When determining if something as specialized as a magnetic encoder module is the right solution, there are many points to consider when
trying to determine if it is the best solution for an application.
A revolution in part feeding technology. To achieve flexibility in assembly machines, manufacturers are all faced with the same problem: feed more variants of parts within a single automated machine and reduce the time required to change production batch from product “A” to product “B”. The solution: using flexible part feeders with a powerful vision system and reduce implementation costs.
For over 30 years, Smart Products USA, Inc. has focused on the intricate details of how one-way check / pressure relief valves work in low pressure, low flow devices. Sharing this knowledge with existing and potential customers can save them time and money as they develop their current or future applications. As a resource, this white paper answers critical questions, such as:
Will a certain step affect the device’s performance?
Is there a part in the operation process that will be critical to the application?
An encoder is a sensing device that provides feedback from the physical world; that is, it converts motion to an electrical signal that can be read by some type of control device, such as a counter or PLC. The control device then uses that signal to control a conditional event, such as activating a print head to create a mark at a specific location, or positioning a joint correctly on an articulated robot limb.
Learning What Causes Static Electricity Static electricity can be a major nuisance in manufacturing facilities. It can affect the finish/quality of the products being produced, impact the speed of the operation, and cause workers to experience uncomfortable shocks. But it doesn't have to be this way. There are steps that can be taken to eliminate or control static within a facility, and EXAIR can help. EXAIR's White Paper "Basics of Static Electricity" is designed to help readers learn about the causes of static electricity, the steps that can be taken to eliminate static, and the products available to help control it.