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Interview: Jürgen von Hollen, President of Universal Robots
In October 2016, Jürgen von Hollen joined Universal Robots as new President. After almost 2 months full of work, time has come to draw an initial summary. We asked Jürgen to share some insights with us on his personal impressions, his vision and the Universal robots strategy.
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Will collaborative consumption change manufacturing?
Everyone has at least one old piece of clothing that they can’t bear to throw away. Believe it or not, the situation is similar with spare industrial parts. Manufacturers often keep a huge amount of spares, despite rarely accessing these stocks. Here, Robert Holloway, head of order fulfilment at EU Automation explores the effects of collaborative consumption on the manufacturing industry.
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Ultraviolet considerations when specifying an enclosure
Specifying electrical enclosures for use in outdoor installations requires consideration of the possible effects of ultraviolet light, which can slowly degrade some materials. Chris Lloyd, Managing Director of Spelsberg UK looks at the issues and suggests some guidelines for selection.
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Selling cloud manufacturing ERP internally
Once you have made the all-important decision that purchasing a new enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is the right move for your business, it’s time to gain buy-in from the rest of the company. This part of the process is important for two reasons: first, it is essential to gain the support of other parties because it is usually them who hold the power over major purchases, and second, you will need to make sure the ERP system works for every department to address their particular set of challenges.
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Computer-aided engineering drives hydraulics to new heights
A modern car is far more than an assemblage of components. To achieve the levels of speed, comfort, handling, economy and safety required, each component will have had its design refined multiple times. The way they eventually work together as systems and sub-systems is indicative of layer upon layer of careful optimisation. Jim Cairney, Engineering Manager of hydraulics company Oilgear UK, explains how the same dedication to technical processes can be applied to hydraulics systems.
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Industrial automation trends - predictions for 2017
As manufacturing facilities incorporate greater levels of automation, the demand for new technologies continues to grow. Recent years have seen several trends that have created a shift in the way the industry operates. Martyn Williams, Managing Director of industrial software expert COPA-DATA UK, examines three of the most prominent automation trends for 2017 and discusses how these will change manufacturing operations.
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Top tips for selecting the right grease
ExxonMobil offers a five-point plan for ensuring that the right grease is selected for each application.
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The six trends of Industry 4.0
The path to the fourth Industrial Revolution is not always clear. Many companies and industrial organisations have different views on the precise meaning of Industry 4.0. As a pioneering technology group, Harting has offerings for these rapid developments and, to make them more comprehensible, has grouped them into six recognisable trends.
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