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Microscan Barcode Verification at your fingertips

100% Print and Barcode Quality Ensuring perfect labels is as easy as scanning a code. Grab a Microscan LVS® Barcode Verifier to check barcode quality on the fly, and adjust design or print issues before bad codes enter the supply chain. Microscan Barcode Verifiers are simple, offline solutions for complete label quality that put the … Continue reading Microscan Barcode Verification at your fingertips

RSA – The Right Solution for Automation, Every time…

Optimize your productivity. Reduce factory downtime. RSA Provides complete automation solutions to manufacturers across Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin. With comprehensive product offerings and engineering services, we are confident that our sales and engineering staff can diagnose your automation problem and provide the perfect solution that is cost effective, easy to use, and most importantly works.   … Continue reading RSA – The Right Solution for Automation, Every time…

Gearheads | 4 Things to Manage Heat Generation

Originally Posted by Parker Electromechanical Team on Wed. August 31, 2016 Design engineers developing applications using servo motors and gearheads must lend consideration to thermal issues. Machine performance requirements have become significantly more demanding, making the effects of temperature change a primary concern to the designer. As both servo motors and gearheads are sources of heat, it is important … Continue reading Gearheads | 4 Things to Manage Heat Generation

PLCs, PCs, & PACs: When the Lines in Motion Control Become Blurred

By Marisa Tucker & Jim Wiley, Product Managers – Automation Group • Parker Hannifin Historically, motion controllers, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and industrial personal computers (PCs), which have clearly defined functions in a control system, were separate components. With the rise of programmable automation controllers (PACs), motion controllers are increasingly difficult to distinguish from PLCs. … Continue reading PLCs, PCs, & PACs: When the Lines in Motion Control Become Blurred