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Astonishing space efficiency
ELGC Ideal ratio of installation to working space: the spindle axis ELGC-BS combined with the servo motor EMME-AS. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Astonishing space efficiency
EGSC Impresses with its compact dimensions: the mini slide EGSC combined with the servo motor EMME-AS.(Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Connecting the future
Connectivity CPXE-IoT Intelligent connectivity: The IoT gateway CPX-IoT provides a turnkey connection for components and modules from the plant to the Festo Cloud via an OPC UA interface. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Connecting the future
Connectivity axes Mechanical connectivity: Handling systems from Festo are not just compact and cost-effective, they also provide an optimal installation and working space ratio to enable the best use of space in assembly systems. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Connecting the future
Connectivity Motor Controller Electrical connectivity: Servo motors, servo controllers and open-loop control systems from Festo provide the electrical connectivity to support the mechanical connectivity. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Pressebild Head Office.jpg Head Office of Festo in Esslingen a.N., Germany. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Motion Terminal.jpg With the Festo Motion Terminal (VTEM), Festo is ushering in the digital era of pneumatics in 2017. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
CP_Factory.jpg Qualification of technical specialists with solutions from Festo Didactic: Qualification for Industry 4.0 with the cyber-physical learning factory (Photo: Festo Didactic SE)
A bionic approach to robotics
Festo press image BionicCobot BionicCobot: a pneumatic lightweight robot with human movement patterns as a sensitive helper in human-robot collaboration (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG)
A bionic approach to robotics
Festo press image BionicCobot BionicCobot: a pneumatic lightweight robot with human movement patterns as a sensitive helper in human-robot collaboration (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG)
A bionic approach to robotics
Festo press image BionicMotionRobot The movement patterns and function of the BionicMotionRobot were inspired by the elephant's trunk and the octopus’s tentacles (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG)
A bionic approach to robotics
Festo press image BionicMotionRobot The movement patterns and function of the BionicMotionRobot were inspired by the elephant's trunk and the octopus’s tentacles (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG)
A bionic approach to robotics
Festo press image OctopusGripper OctopusGripper: grasping based on the model of the octopus’s tentacles (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG)
A bionic approach to robotics
Festo press image OctopusGripper OctopusGripper: grasping based on the model of the octopus’s tentacles (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo doubles revenues in the automation of battery production
Festo Press Image Electromobility Festo doubles revenues in the automation of battery production. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG
The Festo Group
Head Office The corporate head office of Festo at Esslingen a.N., Germany. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Laborautomation 1 Festo develops intelligent, tested subsystems for the automation of liquid media and sample handling applications. The applications involve the use of both electric and pneumatic actuators with motors, controllers and handling systems, as well as grippers, sensors and camera systems. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Laborautomation 2 Festo develops intelligent, tested subsystems for the automation of liquid media and sample handling applications. The applications involve the use of both electric and pneumatic actuators with motors, controllers and handling systems, as well as grippers, sensors and camera systems. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Medizintechnik In medical technology, the focus is on the efficient open-loop and closed-loop control of medical gases. Proportional valves with piezo technology are often used in both mobile applications and applications involving the treatment of patients at their bedsides. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
CP_Factory Qualification for Industry 4.0: Festo Didactic offers a cyber-physical learning and research platform in the form of the CP Factory. This platform models the stations in a real production plant. (Photo: Festo Didactic SE)
Astonishing space efficiency
ELGC Ideal ratio of installation to working space: the spindle axis ELGC-BS combined with the servo motor EMME-AS (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Astonishing space efficiency
EGSC Impresses with compact dimensions: mini-slide EGSC with servo motor EMME-AS (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Astonishing space efficiency
handling ELGC + EGSC Verblüffende Raumeffizienz: ELGC und EGSC kombiniert in einem Handling-System in adapterfreier „One-size-down“-Montage (eine Größe kleiner möglich) (Foto: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Flexible, yet standardized
Harwin 1 Modular design: the three stations of the Gecko assembly line for inserting, press-fitting and bending the contact pins – designed using standard components from Festo (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Flexible, yet standardized
Paul McGuiness “The modular concept developed together with Festo future-proofs our assembly lines” says Paul McGuinness, Operations Director at Harwin (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Flexible, yet standardized
Harwin 2 Everything for the servo press kit YJKP is available from a single source: drive package, controller, and application software (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Flexible, yet standardized
Harwin 3 Dynamic and precise: the compact handling system YXMx takes care of the XY movement of the connectors below the servo press (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Flexible, yet standardized
Harwin 4 Everything under control with the servo press kit YJKP: controller CECC-X and motor controller CMMP including application software. (Photo: Festo AG &Co. KG)
Flexible, yet standardized
electronics illustration image Festo – automation partner of electronics manufacturing (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Digital innovations pay off
Bosch Preferred Supplier.jpg Malte Ihlenfeld, Malte Ihlenfeld, Director Corporate Sector Purchasing and Logistics, Maintenance, Repair and Operations at Robert Bosch GmbH (3rd from left) presents the Bosch Preferred Supplier 2017 certificate to Dr Ansgar Kriwet, Member of the Management Board Sales at Festo (4th from left). Also in the photo: Oliver Merle, Director Materials Management, Bosch Packaging Technology (2nd from left), Thomas Ambs and Bernd Leutner, the Festo Global Key Account Managers responsible for the Bosch Group (1st and 2nd from right) and Roland Blees, Head of Festo Key Account Management for Germany (far left) (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
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