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June, 2019 Creform Develops Robust Industrial Workstation


Greer, SC — Creform Corporation has designed a new workstation for an industrial equipment man- ufacturer that is used for the final stages of pack- aging. The workstation is used for packaging in a manufacturing production cell and in shipping. Its construction is both suitable for warehouse opera- tion and in manufacturing. The packaging workstation, one of the largest


built by Creform, has a plastic work surface across the front that can be used for assembly, packing or administrative paperwork. Its surface is robust enough for the product and to carry a scale, com- puter and printer, depending on the application. Above this work surface, shipping materials


such as boxes, bags, tapes and labels can be stored and presented. Additional storage is available below with shelves and two large drawers. The lower-level drawers can be used to store materials or as a temporary work surface for larger boxes.


The Creform-developed workstation can be


built as a stationary station or mobile and can also be built ESD-safe for anti-static applications. The workstation shown has eight 4 in. 10.2 cm) diame- ter swivel casters for easy maneuverability and positioning. The front two corner casters lock. Depending on the use, it can be easily configured for length, width and height dimensions with the flexi- bility of the Creform system of pipes and joints. Creform can build workstations in a variety


of pipe colors. The flexible and modular design allows the user to accent it with accessories, such as information sheet holders, label holders, light- ing, and hooks for handling supplies. The Creform system is used to create an array


CRE-611 workstation.


of material handling and efficiency enhancing devices and is a proven component in continuous improvement and lean manufacturing programs. The company partners with customers in developing


and implementing these programs. Contact: Creform Corp.,


P.O. Box 830, Greer, SC 29652 % 800-839-8823


E-mail: scsales@creform.com Web: www.creform.com


Design Tools Ottawa, Ontario, Canada — GaN Systems is now offering a wide variety of power system design tools. The GS- 065 low-current 3.5, 8 and 11A evalu- ation kit with EZDrive™ circuit elimi- nates the need for a discrete driver. The kit provides a low-cost solu-


tion that offers design flexibility, reduces the number of components needed and is easy to implement. These design resources make GaN easy to incorporate into numerous power systems designs. Half-bridge and bridgeless totem


pole PFC reference designs utilizing uPI semiconductor drivers and GaN Systems 100V GaN E-HEMTs provide cost-effective, higher-efficiency solu- tions in applications, such as 48V (half-bridge) and compact 1U switch mode power supplies (BTP PFC) for the enterprise market. An advanced half-bridge design


solution onboard GaN Systems’ evalu- ation board using the new 650 V GaN E-HEMTs for smaller consumer and enterprise power supply applications can reduce existing PCB footprints and bill of materials (BOM) costs. GaN Systems is offering a high-


performance insulated metal sub- strate (IMS) half-bridge thermal mounting solution, which provides design flexibility and scalability with three power level configura- tions up to 1.5 kW (GS66504B), 3 kW (GS66508B) and 6 kW (GS66 - 516B). The optimized driver board provides the highest power density, due to having low system thermal resistance. The layout also allows for less assembly steps and lowers the cost of materials. The full 1.5 kW bridgeless totem


pole PFC reference design using GaN Systems 650 V E-HEMTs with an EMI filter and surge protection can be utilized in applications that include


data center power supplies. Contact: GaN Systems, 1145


Innovation Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2K 3G8 % 613-686-1996 E-mail: jwitham@gansystems.com Web: www.gansystems.com


GaN Systems Offers Power System


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