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Mayser will be represented at the Bauma construction machinery trade fair in Munich, Germany, from October 24 to 30, 2022, with products from its foam technology division.
Bauma is the leading global platform for experts in all aspects of construction and building materials machinery, construction vehicles and equipment. And it is considered the largest trade fair in the world: in 2019, almost 3,700 exhibitors presented themselves to a good 620,000 visitors on more than 614,000 m² of exhibition space. It is clear that Mayser, as a supplier of construction vehicles, cannot be missing here. After all, people who work in construction vehicles are not only regularly exposed to wind and weather. Their daily challenges also include noise and dust. To improve these workplaces, Mayser has developed, among other things, headliners. The self-supporting molded parts based on mixed fiber fleeces made of polyester, glass or natural fibers are characterized, among other things, by their high acoustic efficiency and load-bearing capacity, and they are also easy to install. Combined with a wide range of decorative materials, INDUMONT molded parts offer a broad spectrum of applications that meet technical requirements and design wishes in equal measure.
Other foam products that Mayser will present at Bauma have special properties such as insulating, cushioning and cladding.
Mayser presents the complete sensor profile series for the door and gate market. Mayser solutions not only offer reliable anti-pinch sensors, but are also remarkably easy to handle. In addition, they offer waterproofing with the IP67 standard - thanks to self-assembly without gluing. With just a few simple steps, you get functional safety edges and can secure main and secondary closing edges on any desired gate. Our experts will demonstrate how and explain the areas of application.
From 9 to 11 November, 2021 Mayser will participate for the first time in FoamExpo, the most important fair for the technical foam industry. Manufacturers from the entire supply chain for the foam industry are represented at the fair. They will present their newest foam-related product applications and services.
Mayser, which has been established on the market for four decades as an international development and production partner, will present its foam technology products in Stuttgart. What makes Mayser special in this area is the focus on developing products that can be adapted to individual customer requirements. The result is a diverse product portfolio – and an interesting trade fair exhibit that is worth visiting.
Would you like more information about foam, or do you require a personal consultation? Visit us at the fair or contact us: we will be glad to assist you.
Mayser at FoamExpo 2021
09 – 11 November 2021
Exhibition Centre Stuttgart, Hall 10, Booth 923
Oct 5 2021
Date: October 5, 2021 3:00 PM
Date : 6(Wed) ~ 8(Fri), October, 2021
Venue : EXCO, DAEGU
Host : Daegu Metropolitan City
Frames, Sunglasses, Lens, Contact Lens, Optical Measuring Machine, Cases & Accessories, Etc.
Oct 1 2021
Date: October 1, 2021 8:12 AM
Better position your organization to address real workplace concerns and drive greater belonging to create a more inclusive work environment.
This virtual event will feature two keynote speakers and topical breakout sessions.
Meet Our Keynotes:
Consultant and Author of "Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace and The Will to Change"
Jennifer Brown (she/her/hers) is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, diversity and inclusion consultant, and author. Her work in talent management, human capital, and intersectional theory has redefined the boundaries of talent potential and company culture. Her bestselling book, Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace and The Will to Change creates the case for leaders to embrace the opportunity that diversity represents, for their own growth and for the success of their organizations. Jennifer is the host of the popular weekly podcast, The Will to Change, which uncovers true stories of diversity and inclusion. The podcast receives thousands of downloads each month and has featured multiple notable guests including NY-Times bestselling author Sally Hogshead; ex-NFL player, advisor, and consultant Wade Davis; Priya Parker, facilitator and author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet & Why It Matters; and theoretical neuroscientist Dr. Vivienne Ming.
As the founder and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting, Jennifer’s workplace strategies have been employed by some of the world’s biggest companies and nonprofits in order to help employees feel like they belong and can bring their full selves to work. As a successful LGBT entrepreneur, Jennifer has been featured in media such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, AdWeek, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, Inc., CBS, and many more. Jennifer has spoken at many top conferences and events such as the International Diversity Forum, the Global D&I Summit, the Forum for Workplace Inclusion, the NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference, the Out & Equal Workplace Summit, Emerging Women, SHE Summit, Responsive, the Better Man Conference, INBOUND, Interbrand’s Best Global Brands event, as well as at organizations such as Allstate, Pepsico, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the NBA, Google, IBM, and many more.
Creator, "Discovery in the Dark"
Sara Minkara, advocate, entrepreneur, and public speaker, is the Founder and President of the diversity & inclusion consulting firm Sara Minkara, LLC, the pioneer and creator of the “Discovery in the Dark” series, and the Founder and Board Member of Empowerment Through Integration. Leveraging all aspects of her identity—as a Blind, Muslim, Arab-American woman—Sara promotes “authentic inclusion” to create genuine empowerment – for herself and everyone she meets. Through virtual or in person Inspired Speaking engagements, her flagship “Discovery In The Dark” workshops, customized courses and one-on-one coaching sessions, Sara will facilitate a self-transformative journey to create authentic inclusion that will help you achieve your goals as an individual and in your organization. Her areas of expertise are: Inclusion and Representation, Women Empowerment, Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship. Sara has received multiple awards for her passionate advocacy, including Forbes 30 Under 30, the Echoing Green Fellowship, and the Clinton Global Initiative Outstanding Commitment Award. Sara holds her Bachelor of Arts in Math and Economics from Wellesley College and Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard University.
Check back soon to see our breakout session topics and meet our breakout presenters.
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Ticket - Member - Early Bird until July 15th! Jul 15, 2021 $75.00
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Ticket - Member Sep 30, 2021 $99.00
Ticket - Non Member Sep 30, 2021 $125.00
Event Presenting Sponsor Sep 30, 2021 $4,500.00
Title Sponsor Sep 30, 2021 $4,000.00
Platinum Sponsor Sep 30, 2021 $3,000.00
Gold Sponsor Sep 30, 2021 $2,000.00
Silver Sponsor Sep 30, 2021 $1,500.00
Bronze Sponsor Sep 30, 2021 $1,000.00
Sep 13 2021
Date: September 13, 2021 1:00 AM
SATECH SAFETY TECHNOLOGY will be exhibiting at : CFIA 2021 (Carrefour des Fournisseurs de l'Industrie Agroalimentaire) - RENNES - (Rennes parc des expo. airport - France)
Meet us : Hall 2 Stand E12
Sep 1 2021
Date: September 1, 2021 8:02 AM
We are currently preparing a 5W ultra-sleep eco-friendly bathroom fan that is scheduled to be released in the second half of 21.
We need to pay attention to the new product because it is a product that responds to the high-efficiency eco-friendly market while developing the lowest ultra-power-saving ventilator in Korea.
This product has been applied by maintaining a pleasant bathroom environment with constant ventilation for 24 hours and developing a power-saving BLDC motor.
By miniaturizing the motor with groundbreaking technology, it has secured SENSORRLESS (technical patent), automatic soldering process, and long-term life reliability without failure.
BLDC Super Power Bathroom Fan Motor's reliability guarantee is 5 years.
It is an eco-friendly product that can be reduced to 18W by installing a BLDC super-power motor at 37W, which is the basic power consumption, and reduce 64kg CO2 per year.
It is also responsible for air quality not only in bathrooms but also in other spaces such as shoe racks and dress rooms.
"Dosco's bathroom ventilator is not just ventilation, but it seeks a society that meets consumer needs with excellent technology and coexists with the environment through product development," said Lee Sun, CEO of Dosco Industry.
"We expect to receive a lot of love from consumers as a company that is one step ahead of the eco-friendly market with the launch of 5W ultra-power-saving bathroom fans." he said.
Jul 13 2021
Date: July 13, 2021 3:00 PM
ㆍExhibition time : July 14-16, 2021
ㆍExhibition location : National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai), 333 Songze
Avenue, Qingpu District, Shanghai
ㆍregistered brand : LITTLE LEON
ㆍOverseas Sales Manager : HOCHAN BANG / 82-10-9959-2212 / email@example.com / Line&Wechat : bhc1712
Jul 6 2021
Date: July 6, 2021 12:17 PM
Ball transfer units greatly aid the movement of flat sheet materials e.g. steel, wood, plastics and similar. They are used for material feed to workstations, movement on transfer lines between workstations or assembly lines, also for moving of components, assemblies and finished packages. They are installed in factories, warehouses, loading areas and receiving stations for onward movement in a simple, quick and easy fashion, generally under gravity or manual feed. Normally they are installed with the ball upwards but can also be used inverted as very low profile castors.
UTB series ball transfer units are particularly suitable for applications on transfer and conveyor lines or end of production lines. They offer smooth linear and rotational movement with maximum cleanliness as they do not require lubrication with oils and greases. The UTB technopolymer ball option lends itself to handling loads with delicate surfaces while the stainless steel ball version is excellent for handling loads with sharp or angular surfaces. Furthermore, since these are corrosion-resistant materials, it is possible to wash them if required.
New ESD conductive units feature a special electro-conductive technopolymer body, in black with volume resistivity <10 5 Ω cm, to DIN IEC 93, and surface resistivity <10 5 Ω, to DIN 53482. The main ball is in stainless steel with internal support and transfer balls also in stainless steel. The mix of these materials prevents the accumulation of electrostatic charges so that UTB-SST-ESD ball transfer units are suitable for applications in "ESD PROTECTED AREA" (EPA) areas – especially for assembly of delicate electronic devices or in potentially hazardous environments.
Also new, Elesa UTR roller transfer units facilitate both linear and rotary movement with a soft technopolymer roller. This is suitable for handling loads with particularly delicate surfaces such as glass and ceramic, and may also be washed frequently.
Our own Vice President of Customer Strategy, Aaron Johnson, was invited onto the The Robot Industry Podcast to discuss the invention of micro molding and the demand for micro plastics.
Show host Jim Beretta asked what actually classifies as micro molding, how many cavities our typical injection molding project has, the kinds of resin we use, how our approach and technology works, and of course how we use automation and robots to handle, harvest and package microscopic parts.
One fun story Aaron tells is how one part we made was so light and small, the airflow and static electricity made capturing the part an incredible challenge.
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Full Transcript: Aaron Johnson on The Robot Industry Podcast
This transcript has been lightly edited for readability.
Jim Beretta, The Robot Industry Podcast: I’d like to introduce our guest today. Aaron Johnson is the vice president of marketing and customer strategy and part of the technical sales team at Accumold. He is recognized as a leader on the subject of micro injection molding and has developed and presented numerous technical presentations on micro molding technology. He has been published in many industry trade publications and has been with Accumold since 2005. Welcome to the podcast, Aaron.
Aaron Johnson: Thank you Jim. It’s a pleasure to be here.
Beretta: I’m glad you could make it. In our discovery call we both talked about the fact that we both have COVID puppies. You had to drive a while to get yours so if we hear some yips in the background we know that it’s just one of our dogs vying for attention.
Beretta: One of the things I wanted to ask you is who is Accumold and how did you get into the molding industry, especially the micro molding industry?
Johnson: That’s a great question. Accumold was founded a little over 35 years ago by a couple of toolmakers who were seeing the need for small high precision plastics grow.
They were working for a micro electronics company in the tool shop, seeing the advent of what we know today as micro electronics. In 1985, Motorola had just come out with their gray brick cell phone. It was huge and it took two hands to use. It only made phone calls. And today we can’t even conceive of something like that.
Johnson: As they were thinking about the future need for micro plastics they quit their jobs and invented, what we believe was, the first true micro injection molding system dedicated to the efficiencies and the speed of small plastic components.
Their old company ended up being one of the first customers of Accumold back in the late eighties. They really were pioneering micro high-precision plastics. They started in a rented garage and it grew from there. We had the fantastic opportunity of being way ahead of the curve when it came to the demand for micro plastics.
Today as you look around and you see all the electronics around you and the sophistication that’s involved it’s just allowed us to participate and grow with that in a fun and fantastic way over the last 35 years.
You can listen to the full interview on The Robot Industry Podcast via Spotify , Apple Podcasts , or Google Podcasts .
Beretta: I’m going to date myself a little bit because I actually owned one of those big old brick Motorola phones. When you talk about micro molded parts with sizes micro molded, and when you decide to quote a project, how do you determine when a part is too small or when it is too big?
Johnson: That’s a great question. There really isn’t a textbook definition of what is micro molding so we’ve really defined it for ourselves over the last 30 plus years. In one sense, it’s injection molding. If you’re familiar with that process, you have to have a way for the plastic to melt and get into the cavity and a way for the mold to open and close. So, there’s a basic set of what is molding. Certainly micro in size, as the name suggests, is a big component. Maybe the largest geometry or length is under a millimeter. Size is a big factor when it comes to what is micro molding.
Johnson: The other real major component is micro features. The largest part that we mold is maybe four or five inches in diameter. We often refer to it as a one-ounce shot “size-ish.”
We told ourselves we want to be experts with parts in this area. Even our larger parts we make have micro features to them. For example, one of the larger parts we mold is a cartridge for a diagnostics tool. It has these little micron sized fluidic channels for the product to function. It appears to be a larger part, but it has micro features.
Johnson: The third way we define micro molding is micro in tolerance. With the critical components we build, we’re dealing with plus or minus two or three microns in tolerance.
There’s an exactness to the micro molding we’re doing, and it goes beyond more of a traditional molding standpoint. We often hear from traditional molders, “the parts you mold are smaller than the gate sizes we have or they’re smaller than the tolerances that we keep on some of the products.” So it’s really at the extreme end of molding from a size tolerance and a critical nature.
Johnson: But what’s challenging, is there’s some gray area in terms of what parts really fit into true micro molding. We found, anecdotally, there’s a general rule: We work on what we call critical components. If you can find twenty other molders to make a part, it’s probably not something that we’re going to take on. When a supply chain or supplier pushes back and says, “Nope, that’s too small, that’s too complex, those tolerances aren’t something we’re used to,” that’s usually where we get involved. There’s a critical level to what we’re doing that is not every day and that’s where we find the most involvement and projects for our customers.
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You can listen to the full interview on The Robot Industry Podcast via Spotify , Apple Podcasts , or Google Podcasts .
Jun 29 2021
Date: June 29, 2021 8:32 AM
Highnoon optical has launched a new product in response to customer requests. This product is a TR product, and a circular design product has been newly developed and sold.
Recently, as round products are popular in Korea and abroad, we have developed this product. In addition, we, Highnoon optical, hope that the transaction will be active with the meaning of launching the product reflecting the opinions of our customers.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Highnoon optical. Thank you.
Olten, Switzerland, January 2021 – EAO enhances its robust, modular and reliable Series 09 CAN Modules with innovative product variants that offer IP67 front protection and white symbol illumination.
The Series 09 Keypads and Rotary Cursor Controllers are available in a range of different variants. They all have the flexibility of interchangeable legends, but come with a choice of different halo illumination features, communication protocols and connector types for example.
This wide choice allows designers to specify only the HMI features they actually need for their vehicle application, therefore minimising hardware costs and optimising the scope of their software development – optimal for your application.
- Roadmaking vehicles and roller compactors
- Loaders, dozers and excavators
- Cranes, dump trucks and crawler drills
- Fire-fighting and rescue vehicles
- Road sweepers, cleaning vehicles and refuse trucks
- Snow removers and groomers
- Agricultural vehicles and equipment
Robust and innovative construction is a feature of the Rugged CAN Keypads design. The actuators and indicators are protected up to IP67 and work reliably at operating temperatures from – 40 °C to + 85 °C. The low back panel depth and robust clip-in or screw-in mounting allow easy, flexible installation, either vertically or horizontally.
Read more at www.eao.com/09