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Recognition for ergonomic products
Festo press photo AGTC Clipsetzer The AGTC clip fix tool, a pneumatic tool for industrial assembly, is a winner of the Red Dot Design Award 2014.
Recognition for ergonomic products
Festo press photo Red Dot Award winner 2014 The design competition for products from a wide range of categories is an internationally recognised seal of quality.
Recognition for ergonomic products
Festo press photo the award winning team The team is pleased with the award. F.l.t.r.: Jochen Mödlagl, Matthias Wunderling, Stefan Schäberle, Dr. Alexander Hildebrandt, Sebastian Nitsche, Jörg Peschel, Dr. Dirk Pensky, Justin Olivier Salekwonang, Frank Menikheim, Ulrich Hohl, Nadine Köhlnhofer, Antje Knöfel, Dr. Ulrich Karras, Madlen Loser (photo: Red Dot Design Award)
Ingenious and affordable
CTEL Decentralised standard communication interface: The decentralised installation system CTEL with impressively simple and affordable fieldbus technology. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Ingenious and affordable
CAPC The decentralised installation system makes valve terminals fieldbus compatible, but only costs as much as a multi-pin solution. Here the adapter CAPC with bus node. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Attractive solution for maximum coverage
EXCM 1 The compact gantry EXCM efficiently approaches all positions in its working space and uses every available millimetre of space. The parallel kinematic drive concept ensures low moving masses. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Attractive solution for maximum coverage
EXCM 2 The compact gantry EXCM efficiently approaches all positions in its working space and uses every available millimetre of space. The parallel kinematic drive concept ensures low moving masses. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG
Current projects from the Bionic Learning Network at the Automatica
Festo press photo BionicKangaroo Automatica 2014 Like its natural role model, the BionicKangaroo can recover, store and retrieve the energy efficiently on the next jump. The BionicKangaroo is controlled using gestures. (Photo: Festo)
Current projects from the Bionic Learning Network at the Automatica
Festo press photo BionicKangaroo Automatica 2014 Like its natural role model, the BionicKangaroo can recover, store and retrieve the energy efficiently on the next jump. The BionicKangaroo is controlled using gestures. (Photo: Festo)
Current projects from the Bionic Learning Network at the Automatica
Festo press photo MultiChoiceGripper Automatica 2014 Like its natural template, the MultiChoiceGripper brings together the unique combination of different types of grip. Its fingers can therefore be switched over so that they can either grip in a parallel or centric manner – without requiring any conversion. (Photo: Festo)
Current projects from the Bionic Learning Network at the Automatica
Festo press photo MultiChoiceGripper Automatica 2014 Like its natural template, the MultiChoiceGripper brings together the unique combination of different types of grip. Its fingers can therefore be switched over so that they can either grip in a parallel or centric manner – without requiring any conversion. (Photo: Festo)
Current projects from the Bionic Learning Network at the Automatica
Festo press photo WaveHandling Automatica 2014 The pneumatic conveyor belt can transport objects in a targeted manner and sort them at the same time. It consists of numerous bellows modules that deform the surface creating a wave motion that transports the objects in a targeted manner. (Photo: Festo)
Current projects from the Bionic Learning Network at the Automatica
Festo press photo WaveHandling Automatica 2014 The pneumatic conveyor belt can transport objects in a targeted manner and sort them at the same time. It consists of numerous bellows modules that deform the surface creating a wave motion that transports the objects in a targeted manner. (Photo: Festo)
Industry 4.0: Flexible production with Plug & Produce
AutoPnP_Demonstrationsanlage Plug & Produce in practical application: the AutoPnP demonstration unit shows how preparation times in production can be minimised and the adaptability of factories increased.
Always a step ahead with automation
Breakthrough Generation 1 A brilliant example of the new Breakthrough Generation Machines: the cartoner “CL”, operating on a side-loading principle, with less space requirement. In three steps, cartons are opened, filled with many different kinds of products and closed. (Photo: Festo/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
Breakthrough Generation 2 A brilliant example of the new Breakthrough Generation Machines: the cartoner “CL”, operating on a side-loading principle, with less space requirement. In three steps, cartons are opened, filled with many different kinds of products and closed. (Photo: Festo/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
Breakthrough Generation 3 A brilliant example of the new Breakthrough Generation Machines: the cartoner “CL”, operating on a side-loading principle, with less space requirement. In three steps, cartons are opened, filled with many different kinds of products and closed. (Photo: Festo/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
CPX Reducing the number and lengths of cables and tubes: the valve terminal concept of the CPX/MPA simplifies installation. It can reduce installation time and the required installation space by approximately a third. (Photo: Festo/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
side loading unit 1 A side-loading unit fills the cartons. The unit consists mainly of a Festo electric axis EGC for a precise approach to intermediate positions and of a pneumatic mini slide DGSL. (Photo: Festo/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
side loading unit 2 A side-loading unit fills the cartons. The unit consists mainly of a Festo electric axis EGC for a precise approach to intermediate positions and of a pneumatic mini slide DGSL. (Photo: Festo/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
MS6-SV More safety with the service unit MS6-SV: the exhaust valve offers reliable protection against an unexpected start-up. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Always a step ahead with automation
Stefano Rini “For us, Festo's valve terminal concept CPX/MPA opens the way to a completely new machine generation,” explains Stefano Rini, Head of Research and Development with the Cama Group in Italy. (Photo: Festo/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
Stefano Rini in front of machine “For us, Festo's valve terminal concept CPX/MPA opens the way to a completely new machine generation,” explains Stefano Rini, Head of Research and Development with the Cama Group in Italy. (Photo: Festo/Cama)
Food safety ensured
MPA-C Setting a new standard: the Clean Design valve terminal MPA-C meets the requirements for protection class IP69K and CRC4, the highest corrosion resistance class at Festo. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Food safety ensured
CRDSNU Saving time with the self-adjusting cushioning PPS and the enhanced ease of cleaning of the round cylinder CRDSNU in Clean Design. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Food safety ensured
ESBF The electric cylinder ESBF from Festo in Clean Look is perfect for positioning in critical areas of production lines. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Food safety ensured
NPCK Fulfils all the Clean Design requirements: the stainless steel fitting NPCK. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Small but powerful
DRRD The new twin piston semi-rotary drive DRRD for powerful, precise and highly economical positioning. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
It all depends on the application
CMSX 1 The first level in the automation of water and wastewater treatment plants: a conventional external positioner like the economical CMSX. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
It all depends on the application
CMSX 2 The attractive price/performance ratio is central for the external positioned CMSX. The position of the process valve can be flexibly determined via an analogue signal.(Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
It all depends on the application
Pyramide CPX de Dezentral und flexibel verbindet die Automatisierungsplattform CPX die Pneumatik und Elektrik: mit angeschlossener pneumatischer Ventilinsel MPA und dem Controller CPX-CEC. (Foto: Festo AG & Co. KG)
It all depends on the application
Pyramid CPX en The automation platform CPX combines pneumatics and electrics in a decentralised and flexible manner: linked to the pneumatic valve terminal MPA and the controller CPX-CEC. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
It all depends on the application
CPX in control cabinet The automation platform CPX combines pneumatics and electrics in a decentralised and flexible manner: linked to the pneumatic valve terminal MPA and the controller CPX-CEC. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
It all depends on the application
Automation platform CPX The automation platform CPX controls the pneumatically actuated process valves locally, processes the electrical field signals from the end-position switches, sensor boxes and measuring devices, controls the filtration circuit and establishes the connection to the process management level. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
It all depends on the application
DFPI Complete package on the third level: It comprises positioner and actuator from a single source. This solution is offered by the pneumatic linear actuator DFPI from Festo – with the positioner integrated in the actuator housing. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
It all depends on the application
DFPI outdoor Does a great outdoor job: The pneumatic actuator DFPI integrates all the system components required for closed-loop control in its housing. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
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