For industries ranging from offshore to plastics to metal forming, developing application-specific, modular machines is the ultimate goal. The way to achieve that goal is with optimized drive technologies. Electric solutions such as Rexroth’s IndraDrive ML can provide a valuable alternative to other technologies, especially when high power outputs are required.
Bosch Rexroth has reached a new milestone as it hits 5,000 resource kits distributed since the very first Rexroth resource kit was launched in 2013.
Bosch Rexroth will join more than 3,200 innovators at the 22nd annual NIWeek conference presented by NI, beginning August 1 in Austin, Texas. The company will present its technologies in two booths—booth #221 in the main exhibit area and kiosk #809P in the Tools Network Pavilion.
Uninterrupted communications with Juno will be assured by the ground stations of NASA’s Deep Space Network (DSN). Each DSN site has one, 70-meter (230-foot) diameter antenna controlled by Bosch Rexroth motors.
Drive and control company to exhibit latest technology for advanced motion control, collaborative system design, precision automation and inline process automation.
Released in 2016, the new IndraControl XM control family combines the speed of the Sercos automation bus with Rexroth’s IndraControl S20 I/O series into one functionally complete and modular control system.
Explorative approach, great progress: at the “Connected Manufacturing” Hack Challenge, around 50 programmers developed new applications and business models, supported by Bosch Rexroth.
Almost 600 product additions, shorter lead times, and an updated GoTo™ Products app highlight Spring enhancements to Rexroth’s popular fast delivery program
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