Visit our booth #1722 at this year’s Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on May 13-14th! Our knowledgeable Sales Associates will be there to showcase products, answer questions and more!
Visit our booth #1517 at this year’s Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on May 11-12th! Our knowledgeable Sales Associates will be there to showcase products, answer questions and more!
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What once was just something seen in a futuristic movie may soon become a reality with the arrival of driverless cars as early as next year! Audi, for example, is hoping to put its fully capable autonomous technology into the market as early as 2017 with the launch of its A8 limousine.
One of the hottest topics in manufacturing continues to be collaborative robotics, an advanced technology that allows robots to work side-by-side with humans on plant floors. Rather than replacing human workers, these smart robotics work safely beside them and can even roam free on factory floors. With safety sensors that prevent them from running into
H07RN-F is a harmonized, heavy duty, flexible, rubber insulated, black neoprene jacketed multi-conductor 750V European cable. Recommended for use in electrical equipment under medium mechanical stress in a dry or damp indoor or outdoor environment. Plus, H07RN-F is now available with improved features!
Meet the newest addition to our Shipping department – a HSM cardboard perforator! This powerful device perforates several layers of used cardboard into packaging material. Not only do we save money, but we are also trying to make a meaningful and practical contribution towards environmental protection.
Anyone who has watched the news lately knows that the U.S. economy is still struggling. In December, America’s manufacturing industry’s key index, the ISM, hit 48.2% marking the lowest level since 2009. So what does this mean for manufacturing in 2016?