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Editor: Jonathan Severn
3rd February 2016

An updated list of Machinery Directive Harmonised Standards was published in the Official Journal (OJ) of the European Union on 15 January. The list has not been updated since February 2015, so there are lots of changes this time (more than 60). Most new and amended standards are C-Type, relating to specific classes of machinery, so check these to see if any cover the machines you build. However, there is also a change to the B-Type functional safety standard EN 62061.

Follow the link to see the changes and additions to the list of Machinery Directive Harmonised Standards.

EDITOR'S CHOICE

tr3D stylus creates new opportunities for dot peen marking
Technifor is launching a very high-amplitude 3D stylus for dot peen marking text, Data Matrix codes and logos on parts with non-flat surfaces. More?

nnZero-backlash thermoplastic rack and steel roller pinion
Nexen's rack and pinion is characterised by high corrosion resistance and durability, low maintenance, and medium accuracy and load capacity. More?

hoHepcoMotion launches range of linear ball rail guides
New high-quality HepcoMotion HLG and MLG (mini) ball rail guides are available ex-stock in standard sizes at competitive prices. More?

lgMiniature rotary table suits stepper or servo motors
The compact LGR-50 is a new addition to LG Motion's LG-Series precision positioners, offering high performance and a choice of drive technologies. More?

sfRobotiq launches new force torque sensor for Universal Robots
Robotiq's Force Torque Sensor FT300 is said to bring a sense of touch to Universal Robots, and is easy and quick to install and configure. More?

EVENTS, COURSES AND WEBINARS

ptOne-day course on software-configurable safety controllers
Pilz is hosting a series of courses for engineers wanting to learn how to use PNOZmulti software-configurable modular safety controllers. More?

daDrives & Controls show and conference, 12-14 April
This year's event is expected to be much larger than that in 2014, with a new robot demonstration area and an extensive conference programme. More?

srRolling bearing training courses from Schaeffler in 2016
Schaeffler UK is running courses in the selection, operation and maintenance of bearings, plus condition monitoring, vibration analysis and failure analysis. More?

hlLoctite webinars: learn what you need to know about adhesives
Henkel's webinars cover: benefits of adhesives over other fastening methods; engineering adhesives; instant adhesives; and structural bonding. More?

paPPMA seminars - machinery safety, project management and more
As well as seminars focusing on machine safety and robots, the PPMA is also running events that will be of interest to anyone with a managerial role. More?

tsTarsus launches Additive Manufacturing Shows for 2016
Tarsus Group is organising two additive manufacturing events, one in Amsterdam in June, and the second in Pasadena in December. More?

SPONSORED ANNOUNCEMENTS

sdStep Design offers automation products from Stober Drives
Step Design is extending its system integration capabilities by offering motion controllers, servos and geared servo motors from Stober Drives. More?

lsLee Spring expands Lite Pressure spring series
Lee Spring is expanding its range of Lite Pressure stock compression springs that offer a low spring rate and responsive action under light loads. More?

leNew range-topping laser scanner from Leuze electronic
Leuze electronic is launching the RSL 440 laser scanner that offers 100 reversible field pairs and up to ten independent sensor configurations. More?

rwIn-house tests prove TONiC encoders superior for motion stages
After a battery of in-house tests and direct comparisons, Thorlabs found Renishaw's TONiC encoders to be best-in-class for its motion stages. More?

brWhite paper: five catalysts for change with drive technology
A new white paper from Bosch Rexroth explains how decentralised servos need less cabinet space, cut wiring time and improve flexibility. More?

ndNORD drives surpass new Ecodesign efficiency standard EN 50598-2
Ahead of new regulations coming into effect, NORD has tested its power drive systems to prove they are rated IES2 according to EN 50598-2. More?

ppNew PNOZmulti configurable controller for larger projects
A new Pilz PNOZmulti safety controller boasts higher performance, capacity for larger projects, and extensive expansion and communications options. More?

meLaser triangulation sensors set a new industry standard
Micro-Epsilon's new laser triangulation sensors with integral controllers offer unrivalled compactness, performance and ease of installation. More?

USEFUL RESOURCE

New White Paper: Functional safety via wireless Ethernet
Phoenix Contact explains how machine safety data can be transmitted reliably and securely in industrial environments where cabling is impractical. More?
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DAILY DILBERT

What's up with Asok?
If you didn't see last week's Dilbert's cartoons, it might be better if you scroll back to read them before enjoying this week's. More?

Jonathan Severn
Editor
editor@machinebuilding.net

Andrew Turner
Sales Manager
a.turner@machinebuilding.net
Telephone: +44 (0) 1483 560314

 


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