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Schleuniger Showcases Gore Data Cables


Manchester, NH —Schleuniger, an in- ternational manufacturer of wire pro- cessing equipment, displayed W. L. Gore & Associates’ high data rate ca- bles for military and civil aircraft ap- plications at the 2017 Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo in May. Schleuniger sought to demon-


strate the aerospace industry’s latest high data rate cables in its equip- ment. Specifically, the company chose Gore’s aerospace Ethernet ca- bles for Cat6a protocol that deliver excellent electrical and mechanical performance in a small, lightweight, flexible, and routable package. Schleuniger also chose Gore’s


shielded twisted-pair cables that are highly flexible and easy to route in confined spaces, as they are signifi- cantly smaller and lighter than stan- dard cables. Gore’s high data rate ca-


bles meet the latest requirements of Ethernet, fiber optics, USB, HDMI, and others. The cables are small, light and flexible, with long trans- mission lengths, and are designed to significantly improve system per- formance in aircraft.


Shielded twisted-pair data cable. Contact: Schleuniger, Inc., 87


Colin Drive, Manchester, NH 03103 % 603-668-8117 fax: 603-668-8119


E-mail: sales@schleuniger.com Web: www.schleuniger-na.com


Inovaxe Integrates Panasonic MES Software


Rolling Meadows, IL — Across the in- dustry, efforts are focused on trans- forming the manufacturing process from isolated silos into a lean, agile and integrated ecosystem under- pinned by connectivity. The true vi- sion of Industry 4.0 depends on con- nectivity that creates visibility. Panasonic’s PanaCIM® MES


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software enables connectivity be- tween factory floor equipment, pro- duction processes, material ware- house, and more — including comple- mentary technology equipment from the company’s partners. The soft- ware combines data and provides salient information to verify produc- tion results, predict necessary ac- tions, trigger changeover activities, and manage factory inventory. Materials are the lifeblood of


manufacturing, yet, many facilities struggle with shortages, shrinkage, ex- cess, or other issues. Integrated mate- rial management using Inovaxe InoAuto intelligent storage carts and


PanaCIM helps to solve many prob- lems concerning inventory, product kitting and material control in the warehouse and on the production floor. Integrated material manage-


ment solutions increase inventory ac- curacy and reduce job set up time. Automated job order preparation, material distribution and complete tracking help operators locate parts needed for kitting or in advance of a low-part production warning. Pana- sonic has several InoAuto carts inte- grated with PanaCIM for demonstra- tion at its cloud9 Innovation Center


in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. Contact: Panasonic Factory So-


lutions Company of America, 1701 Golf Road, Suite 3-1200, Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 % 847-637-9600 E-mail: pfsa.tac@us.panasonic.com Web: www.panasonicfa.com and Ino- vaxe Corp. 260 SW 12th Avenue, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 % 954- 531-1363 E-mail: ben@inovaxe.com Web: www.inovaxe.com


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