Infor has recently announced its Infor Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Analytics suite, which is designed to help companies get better business intelligence (BI) and data visualization. By using Infor BI 10x as a foundation, users can more easily mine data and examine trends to help make more accurate decisions about the future of their business.
J.W. Speaker Corporation has unveiled the XD Series of LED worklights, which consists of nine products that feature a proprietary housing and good illumination. That housing is constructed of polycarbonate that is thermally conductive, which means that the LEDs don’t lose illumination due to heat build-up.
OMAX Corporation will be demonstrating a new micro-machining waterjet system, capable of very high tolerance cutting with 0.001” tolerances, at booth #1509. The company says its waterjet systems are ideal for OEMs and general machine shops for full-scale production, short-run machining and rapid prototyping.
At booth #1247, Bossard North America will be showcasing its Bulge Control Technology (BCT) Rivet Nuts, which offer versatile and high-performance solutions to many blind nut applications.
New to Design & Manufacturing Midwest is the Robotics and Automation Theaer, which brings leading robotics and integrator companies together for a three-day educational program embedded within the rest of the trade show.
Ingersoll Rand has released a one-piece diaphragm pump service kit that replaces traditional two-piece kits, available for 1”, 1.5” and 2” diaphragm pumps. The ARO PRO Series is constructed of composite polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) for high chemical resistance.
Representatives from Smalley Steel Ring Co. will be manning booth #1555 to showcase their selection of Smalley Linear Springs, which are a continuous wave-formed length produced from spring-tempered materials.
At booth #1420, Tekscan Inc. will be showcasing its FlexiForce sensor, which features an ultra-thin, flexible printed circuit. They are capable of measuring up to 1,000 pounds and can be customized for large-quantity OEM needs.
Every admission to Design & Manufacturing Midwest comes with access to four additional industry-related events taking place under the same roof. It’s a fantastic deal for manufacturing professionals looking to make contacts in a number of different sectors, or who are seeking solutions to multiple solutions.
B&K Precision has expanded its DC system power supply offerings with the introduction of the model 9115 multi-range programmable DC power source, which can deliver up to 1,200 W in multiple combinations of voltage and current.
Epicor Manufacturing is offering an end-to-end business software solution that empowers manufacturers by granting them total visibility across all sectors of their enterprise.
IQMS will be taking over booth #1427 to showcase its offering in manufacturing ERP and MES software offerings. In-booth demonstrations will also be available.
Attendees at 2013’s Design & Manufacturing Midwest trade show now have the option to pick-and-choose from two days packed with six dedicated seminar sessions. Each two-hour segment will provide case studies, expert panel discussions and innovation showcases.
CEE will be manning booth #1417, with experts on hand to discuss how the company can help others use manufacturing and design services to manufacture complex, engineered components and assemblies with reduced cost and high quality.
Computype will be exhibiting at the 2013 Midwest Design & Manufacturing show at booth #1437, where they will be showcasing their A+1000 printer-applicator, which can operate either in a semi-automatic mode or be integrated with other automation systems.
UBM Canon has prepared for attendees of the Design & Manufacturing Midwest tradeshow, to be held September 10-12 in Chicago, a number of informational sessions with industry leaders.
Balluff has developed its SteelFace sensors to survive longer in the most abusive applications, because for error-proofing and part-present applications in heavy manufacturing, inductive sensors are often placed directly in harm’s way.
ABB’s Power Conversion business has introduced the PCS100 UPS-I and PCS100 AVC power protection devices, which are inverter-based systems that protect sensitive industrial loads from voltage sags and other disturbances.
Omega Engineering has released a new series of user-friendly limit controls, the CNi-AL series, which are easy to configure and come with universal inputs and more flexibility in process measurement and limit alarm applications.
National Instruments has announced the new NI cRIO-9068 software-designed controller, which has been redesigned but maintains full NI LabVIEW and I/O compatibility with the CompactRIO platform. The company says this new controller uses the Xilinx Zynq-7020 system on a chip.