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7.-11.10. 2019

International Engineering Fair

Industry 4.0 - Automation, Robotics, Digitization

 

The main topic of the International Engineering Fair has not changed for several years, yet the technology for emerging smart factories and the use of cybernetic-physical systems in industrial practice is more advanced year after year. Industry 4.0 is closely linked to the cross-cutting AUTOMATION project focused on measuring, control and automation technology, and 280 exhibitors applied for participation this year. In the field of electronics, automation and measuring technology, 130 companies from seven countries, including traditional leaders, have already been registered. However, Industry 4.0 does not have any industry boundaries, as will be proven by the revolutionary KUBOUŠEK exhibition at PLASTEX.

The KUBOUŠEK Technologies and Instruments Group in Brno have been exhibiting continuously since 1991 and this year have decided to take a revolutionary step. Their exhibition stand in Hall G1 will serve as a "window" to their own Technological and Educational Centre that opened in České Budějovice in autumn 2017. Visitors to the trade fair live will find themselves directly at the Technology Centre via live feeds and on-line transmissions, they will see automated workplaces and together with application engineers explore innovative engineering technology on KraussMaffei injection machines. "In the KUBOUŠEK group, Industry 4.0 is not just a concept from a modern textbook, it is a real part of everyday practice that will be reflected in this year's virtual concept of the KUBOUŠEK exhibition stand," says Ivana Kyselová, the company marketing director.

Another attraction in Hall G1, the automated Stäubli plastics unit, is a complete solution for a rapid moulds exchange. The centerpiece of the exhibit, which PLASTEX visitors can see as only the fifth in line in the world, is an injection moulding model fitted with state-of-the-art technology. The pre-heating station guarantees the timely preparation of the mould for production; it is then transported to the press by an automatic rail loading carriage. Thanks to magnetic clamping, different sizes of the moulds are not a problem, and a fully automatic multi-connector plate also takes care of the connection of all media. The Stäubli TX2 six-axis robot takes care of manipulation, setup and removal of the pressed pieces, being further assisted by the four-axis SCARA robot in preparing the inserts. "We'll be holding a guided tour of the whole unit every hour from 10 to 4, explaining all the steps in detail. We look forward to your visit," said Michal Scholze, Marketing & Business Development Manager at Stäubli Systems.

Date: 26 Jun 2018 16:23:00

Concurrently with

Transport and Logistics
7.-11.10. 2019


ENVITECH
7.-11.10. 2019

 

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