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Kistler Demonstrates Complete Measurement Chain with Robotics Application at the Automate Show 2019

Kistler is demonstrating its comprehensive measurement chain for press-fit and joining processes including force sensors, light barriers, maXYmos monitoring units and robotics application at the Automate Show 2019 in Chicago, Illinois, from April 8-11, 2019 at booth 9354.

The increasing network of machines and systems driven by Industry 4.0 calls for efficient and flexible industrial manufacturing solutions. Individual production processes have to be optimized consistently and continuously to remain competitive in the long run. Kistler offers a range of monitoring and control solutions for press-fit and joining processes, including sensors, measuring chains, monitors, evaluation units and joining modules for automated assembly and robotic applications.

All-round process monitoring and control solutions from Kistler

Kistler’s portfolio includes the maXYmos family, a comprehensive range of products with a uniform operating philosophy for a variety of tasks, such as XY process monitoring or the extended control of joining modules. At the Automate Show, the Swiss measurement technology expert will be demonstrating a complete measuring chain for medical applications, which comprises force sensors, light barriers from Vester, maXYmos monitoring and evaluation units, and robotics applications from Mecademic.

In a demo set-up at the booth, a light barrier triggers a measurement: the robotics application with integrated force sensor tests the medical device. Next, the measurement curves are displayed on the maXYmos monitor, which distinguishes between good and bad assessment results, thus helping manufacturers eliminate faulty products.

As part of the Innovation Showcase Presentations, Frank Kirgis, Head of Kistler’s Industrial Process Control Division, will be giving a speech on “Smart applications with sensors and monitoring solutions: making the difference in IIoT & Robotics” at the “Win the Future” theater.

Kistler Gorup, www.kistler.com.

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