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Taking an integral view of future production
Industry_4_0.tif For Festo, the implementation of Industry 4.0 above all involves intensive research into new technologies.
Taking an integral view of future production
SupraMotion_1.tif If a superconductor is cooled to its transition temperature and the spacer removed, the magnet will then hover over the superconductor in a stable condition.
Establishing energy efficiency as an interdisciplinary topic
Exhibition Energy Efficiency, Photo 1 Adopting a holistic approach: the new Festo exhibition “Experience Energy Efficiency” focuses on the interplay of intelligent systems design, energy-efficient products and solutions, sustainable services and sound vocational training.
Establishing energy efficiency as an interdisciplinary topic
Exhibition Energy Efficiency, Photo 2 Adopting a holistic approach: the new Festo exhibition “Experience Energy Efficiency” focuses on the interplay of intelligent systems design, energy-efficient products and solutions, sustainable services and sound vocational training.
Inspired by Nature: BionicKangaroo
Photo 1 Bionic Kangaroo 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.
Inspired by Nature: BionicKangaroo
Photo 2 BionicKangaroo 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.
Always a step ahead with automation
Festo press photo 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. (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
Festo press photo 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. (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
Festo press photo 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. (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
Festo press photo CPX Cama 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 AG/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
Festo press photo 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. (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
Festo press photo 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. (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG/Cama)
Always a step ahead with automation
Festo press photo 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)
As precise as a Swiss watch
Festo press photo Amax 1 Maximum precision is required when inserting the watch parts. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
As precise as a Swiss watch
Festo press photo Amax 2 With a throughput of 120 workpieces per minute two delta robots EXPT fill the JEDEC trays. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
As precise as a Swiss watch
Festo press photo Amax 3 The delta robots use a specially developed vacuum gripper to pick up the parts from the conveyor belt and set these down in either a lattice tray or JEDEC tray. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
As precise as a Swiss watch
Festo press photo Amax 4 The electric axis EGC-HD, famous for its rigidity and precision, moves a mechanical gripper horizontally. This lifts several workpieces at a time, swivels 90° and sets them down in a lattice tray. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
As precise as a Swiss watch
Festo press photo Amax 5 Rolf Wirz, Managing Director of Amax (right) in discussion with Daniel Minger, Sales Engineer, Industry Cluster Small Parts Handling and Electronics with Festo Switzerland. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
As precise as a Swiss watch
Festo press photo Amax 6 Extremely flexible: the multifunctional palletiser from Amax sets down up to eleven different small parts in six different lattice trays or two different JEDEC trays; other formats can be set up by the machine operator at any time via teach-in.(Photo: Amax)
Electric automation on several levels
Festo press photo H-gantry A common feature of all of Festo's ready-to-install handling solutions is their highly dynamic operation thanks to low moving masses, and the fact that the solutions are built using standard Festo components. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Electric automation on several levels
Festo press photo OMS with EPCO Drive packages such as the positioning system "Optimised Motion Series" make electric drives easier to work with. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Electric automation on several levels
Festo press photo CPX Even today, the electrical terminal CPX for valve terminals offers more than just a means of linking the field and master control levels. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Electric automation on several levels
Festo press photo Gerhard Borho "Festo offers an automation platform which can link electric drives in factory and process automation systems and makes it possible for customers to carry out the system engineering required for their machines and installations quickly and easily," explains Gerhard Borho, Head of Business Unit Electric Automation at Festo. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Significantly increasing productivity
Festo press photo Dr Ansgar Kriwet "With electric automation, Festo is moving into new dimensions of productivity," explains Dr. Ansgar Kriwet, Member of the Management Board, Sales at Festo AG. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Significantly increasing productivity
Festo press photo SupraMotion 1 Superconductors: this Festo research project will open up entirely new applications for the contactless transport of workpieces. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Significantly increasing productivity
Festo press photo CPX Solution package: the automation platform CPX allows function integration and reduces complexity. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Significantly increasing productivity
Festo press photo OMS with EPCO Drive packages such as the positioning system "Optimised Motion Series" make electric drives easier to work with. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Significantly increasing productivity
Festo press photo Technology Centre The company has over 16,700 employees in 61 national companies worldwide, and generated a turnover of around € 2.28 billion in 2013. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Significantly increasing productivity
Festo press photo Tripod Robotics at Festo: the ready-to-install delta robot EXPT symbolises Festo’s problem-solving competency. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Young researchers with a thirst for knowledge
Festo press photo Bionic Handling Assistant Bionic Handling Assistant: Showing the way ahead for new forms of interaction between human beings and technology.
Young researchers with a thirst for knowledge
Festo press photo BionicOpter The BionicOpter can fly in all directions and execute the most complicated flight manoeuvres - thanks to lightweight construction and function integration.
Young researchers with a thirst for knowledge
Festo press photo SmartBird With SmartBird, Festo has succeeded in deciphering one of humankind’s oldest dreams: the flight of birds.
Young researchers with a thirst for knowledge
Festo press photo AirJelly AirJelly is a radio-controlled artificial jellyfish and the first indoor flying object with peristaltic drive.
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