Festo Demonstrates Engineering Productivity Tools, Electric and Pneumatic Automation Systems, and Industry 4.0-Enabled Technology at IMTS 2018

Festo features at IMTS 2018, Sept. 10-15 at McCormick Place, Chicago, the Handling Guide Online and the new Festo Motion Control Package.

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Festo features at IMTS 2018, Sept. 10-15 at McCormick Place, Chicago, the Handling Guide Online and the new Festo Motion Control Package. These engineering productivity tools slash the costs of Cartesian robot engineering, assembly, and programming as well as shorten time to market for new machines. (Festo IMTS Booth # 134357, East Building Level 3)
Festo showcases the company’s expanded offering of electric automation devices, including the new low-cost linear axes ELGC and mini slide EGSC. These new electric actuators offer an optimal ratio between installation space and working space. Additional IMTS highlights from Festo include:
A portfolio of IO-Link solutions
A host of mechanical grippers
Electric and pneumatic safety systems that lower overall risk of equipment damage and worker injury
A flexible loading system for end-of-line packaging and other applications
The new CPX-E compact, low-cost controller for handling systems.
Festo features the Motion Terminal, a modular Industry 4.0 device – a single unit capable of replacing 50 different components through the download of various combinations of cloud-based apps. This new cyber-physical system enables the Industry 4.0 advantages of small lot size manufacturing, adaptability to shorter product life cycles, scalability, resiliency, energy conservation, cloud-based predictive analytics, and more.
Festo demonstrates how the company’s global Stars of Automation program lowers downtime and reduces overhead through guaranteed 24-hour shipment of core Festo products.
For more information about these and other systems at Festo, call 800-993-3786 and/or visit https://www.festo.us.

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