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Higher performance for artificial intelligence processors

In response to demands of artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data mining, XPU operating currents have risen to hundreds of Amperes

Hybrid filters help improve digital ink production

Complexity of ink formulations and the sensitivity of modern print head designs has led to an increased occurrence of blocking by particulates and microgels

RS-485 transceivers with highest reinforced isolation

Higher working voltage and reinforced isolation is required for today’s most rigorous medical and high-speed motor control applications

Spiral freezer provides additional hygiene

Low profile top drive option that reduces the overall height of the freezer for use in confined spaces

Dissecting the design of a scraper bridge

Mark Wright looks at the choices that can determine the effectiveness of a scraper bridge installation

Reliable clutches must be tested to destruction

David Lewis describes the clutch endurance and performance testing facilities that are available for manufacturers who want to prove the reliability of their product

Line extenders enable resilient networks using existing cable infrastructure

The loss of data communication at any point is not an option and therefore network resilience is becoming increasingly important

Feld display of flow rates and totals

Flow totaliser for use in the oil and gas, metals and mining, water and wastewater, chemical, power, food and beverage, pulp and paper, aerospace and pharmaceutical industries

Adjustable OIM-compliant weights

Cavity weights are suitable for routine balance testing in production environments.

Expanded IO-Link

Range from addresses demands for data capabilities down to sensor and actuator level

Large diameter mirror mounts

Accommodate high precision mirrors from 305mm (12 inches) to 550mm (21.6 inches) in diameter

7MW solar power plant for mine in Namibia

Installation will be used to reduce reliance on a heavy fuel oil (HFO) power plant currently used to power the mining facility

Connected home network technologies

Modern connected home devices use wireless network protocols to communicate with each other

Top tips for young structural engineers

Sam Carigliano outlines three ways that structural engineering students can improve their effectiveness and increase their career prospects

Cyber attacks and the IIoT: issues and solutions

Heiko Luckhaupt and Paul Forney discuss the elevated threat of malware in industrial environments and what companies can do to secure their assets

Developing an alternative to Coriolis

Ian Webster looks at the latest developments in flow measurement and how they are challenging the more traditional systems

Expanding the horizons of motion control chips

Off-the-shelf motion control chips or integrated circuits (ICs) are highly flexible and can in fact be used to control many other types of system. Gerard Bush reports.

Mechanical backlash: how much is too much?

It is probably a natural reaction to assume that backlash is a bad thing which needs to be designed out of every engineered system. The reality isn’t so simple, as Ian Carr explains.

Thread repair kits and threaded inserts

Kits and inserts are used to repair worn or broken threads on any type of equipment from a machine tool to a vehicle’s engine

Kiosk printer family

Applications include parking, vending, ATMs, information and check-in terminals, retail kiosks and photo booths


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