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Kollmorgen eNews

NORTH AMERICA | June 2015

         
 

 

  
Kollmorgen Products Exhibit Relentless Performance

Kollmorgen supplied the entire automation solution for the PC Express blister packaging machine for IMA-PG, a pioneer in the field of Thermoforming machines in India.

A blister is a pack of tablets (e.g. 10, 4, 5, 1 etc.) designed to hold individual tablets in place. The PC Express, 3 axis machine, is used for indexing, feeding and punching the blister.  

Kollmorgen's AKD PDMM controls the machine logic, temperature, motion, HMI and drive controls for the entire packaging machine resulting in improved speed, better quality and less wastage.  



Major flow of machine operation is formation of blister, dropping of the actual tablet, sealing of blister and finally cutting of the blister.




AKD PDMM brings high performance and Motion 
Control into technologically advanced machines.
 

Kollmorgen Automation Suite™ software allows for the highest flexibility and freedom in programming. Software development was completed in just 10 days, compared to 45 days by competitors, saving valuable time and money for the client.

Currently the PG Express machine is installed at the leading pharmaceutical manufacturer in India and is running successfully. 

Learn More About this Integration Success
 
 
The Impact of a Servo Motor's Inertia Ratio on Energy Savings

Proper motor-drive feedback selection of a servo controlled axis is perhaps the single most significant savings element a machine designer can make for reducing the user's operational energy cost.

Kollmorgen’s white paper written by Hurley Gill, Senior Applications/Systems Engineer, presents an in-depth look at how the servo motor inertia ratio or mismatch evolved with the onset of servo drive technology and its significant impact on energy management and savings. 


 

Discover More About the Energy Savings

 


 

E-Learning Video Series:
Two Minutes of Motion - Quick "How To" Videos

Each video from our Two Minute of Motion Series focuses on a single subject intended to be aneducative two minute training session. This series focuses on both AKD BASIC and AKD base units and covers many aspects of motion control, including feedback devices, servo loops and other related topics.
 

 

          Learn On Demand


Hosted by: Gordon Ritchie, Kollmorgen, Manager, Technical Training

 

Access E-Learning Video Library

 


 

 
 
 

In This Issue:

Technical Training Courses

Help differentiate your machines with hands-on motion control solutions training from Kollmorgen.

Our technical training is designed and taught by key Kollmorgen personnel who are directly associated with the particular product or subject.

Customized, on-site technical training is also available.  For more information, contact[email protected].

 


See a list of training classes provided below:

Motion 101 - Servo/Step Product Introduction & Application Sizing

October 13 - 15, 2015 Radford, VA


AKD/AKD BASIC - Hands-on workshop - AKD and AKD Basic Drives

October 20 - 22, 2015 Radford,VA


AKD Advance Tuning

By Request Radford, VA


Kollmorgen Automation Suite

Level 1

October 19 - 23, 2015 Santa Barbara, CA


 AKD BASIC Online Course

ONGOING


 Meet Us At These Events

 

       Oregon Convention Center
             July 25 - 28, 2015

             Portland, Oregon

Schedule a visit with Tom England

Sign up for the IAFP Workshop onFriday, July 24th, for an Informative Presentation by Tom England on


"Advanced Food Processing Equipment Design to Enhance Food Safety"


 

 

     Las Vegas Convention Center
         September 28 - 30, 2015    

PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2015 

-------- Be Our Guest --------

Use Kollmorgen's ComplimentaryPass Code: 79K95 for FREE Show registration! 

Visit Kollmorgen Booth C-1741