Handling

Hannover Messe 2017 > Schunk wins Hermes Award 2017

    This year’s Hermes Award winner is German company Schunk GmbH & Co. KG. The Hermes Award is one of the world’s most prestigious industrial technology awards, and Schunk

Schmalz > Vacuum technology for handling sawn or planed goods

      Schmalz at Ligna: wood working enhanced by vacuum technology “Making more out of wood” was the motto at Ligna 2017 in Hanover, from May 22 to 26.

Festo > Handling with a control system as a package solution

      Handling with a control system as a package solution Straightforward Festo planar surface gantry for mass-produced items. The highly dynamic planar surface gantry EXCH is 30 per cent

Schunk > Intelligent gripping systems for smart production

      SCHUNK presents intelligent gripping systems for smart production “Over the coming five years, industrial gripping will be wholly reinvented,” Dr. Markus Klaiber highlights with respect to the

Schunk > Jaw design of the UVB-HS soft chuck with big efficiency in lathe chuck technology

    Designer jaws increase efficiency in finish machining The intelligent jaw design of the SCHUNK UVB-HS soft chuck jaws from SCHUNK, the competence leader for gripping systems and clamping

Schmalz > Vacuum components allow efficient handling of sheet metal

      Schmalz vacuum components allow efficient handling of sheet metal In order to load metal sheets into presses quickly and reliably, you need to have a good grip

Schmalz > Digital tranformation in the handling technology with vacuum generation

    On the road to autonomous warehouses: gripping technology takes key position Rarely before has automation technology experienced such a fundamental transformation than at present—massively influenced by increasing digitization

Aero Lift > Massive reduction of loading and uploading time

      Tube lifters. Damage-free gripping of cartons, sacks, barrels, foodstuffs, pharmaceutical products and much more. Humanising of the workplace and the massive reduction of loading and unloading times distinguish