Modular automation for networking plants and systems

At Motek 2016, Baumüller will show how it uses modular automation systems to produce customizable solutions from standard components
Using the example of a material handling system, automation and drive specialist Baumüller will show at Motek 2016 how it uses standard components to create customized automation systems that are tailored to specific applications (PresseBox) (Nürnberg, ) From October 10 to 13, 2016 Baumüller will be present in Hall 8, Booth 8510 at Motek in Stuttgart to showcase automation components for production, assembly and material handling technology. By exhibiting its converters and motors, including its control technology, modular software and services, the automation and drive specialist will highlight both its broad product portfolio and the large number of variants that are possible using standard components — for example, for material handling systems. As a system supplier, Baumüller configures both the hardware and software according to customer requirements to ensure a smooth integration process.

When it comes to the development of hardware and software, Baumüller always bears in mind the networking capabilities, e.g. with web capability, interface variety. By this the automation specialist enables with its product portfolio industry 4.0 in new and existing machines.

Tailored customer solutions for every application

Baumüller's wide range of components provides the right solution for every application. Visitors to the company's booth will be able to learn about different motor types, such as rotary, linear and disc motors, as well as the company's range of converters. Using the example of a DSDI small servomotor, in which the control and power electronics are integrated directly into the motor, Baumüller will show how compact designs can not only create freedom in machine design, but can simultaneously save space and cabling while also reducing costs.

Other automation components that will be on show include various control components, such as Box PCs with HMIs and PLCs, which allow material handling systems to be controlled via a central machine controller or alternatively as an independent unit.

Since spring this year, the new multi-axis controller b maXX 5800 complements the range of Baumüller converters. It was developed particularly for robotics and handling applications. The combination of six independently controllable axes into one controller enables significantly faster communication in the system than with separate axis units. The decentralized servo drive b maXX 2500 is suitable for a variety of applications and industry sectors. The compact solution scores with low wiring outlay and high flexibility.

Learn from the industry experts

Baumüller's experts will be on hand at the booth to advise trade visitors about the company's products and services. As a system partner, Baumüller provides a complete product range for demanding automation tasks — from individual components to complete system solutions.

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Baumüller Gruppe
Ostendstraße 80-90
D-90482 Nürnberg
Susanne Aufmuth
Baumüller Holding GmbH & Co. KG
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