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ESAB UPGRADES COLUMBUS® III SOFTWARE AND ESAB CUTCLOUD FOR MECHANISED CUTTING


handbook.


2019/20 VISION HANDBOOK NOW AVAILABLE A


free copy can be ordered from: www.stemmer- imaging.co.uk/en/order-the-imaging-vision-


The sections on machine vision technology have been put together by Stemmer Imaging's vision experts and cover the fields of illumination, optics, cameras, frame grabbers, software, cables and systems.


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SAB CutCloud utilizes Microsoft Azure, Columbus now includes cost calculators based on actual production data. ESAB Welding & Cutting Products demonstrated its new


Columbus® III version 1.6 CAD/CAM software for mechanised cutting at EuroBLECH, which took place in Hannover, German in October. The new ESAB CutCloud 3.0 version utilises Microsoft Azure IoT and the ThingWorx® Industrial Innovation Platform from PTC, which respectively allow for on-premise, hybrid and cloud based architectures and functionality to import and visualize machine data. Columbus III version 1.6 now includes the ability to calculate offers and orders for customers based on actual production data. An easy-to-use cost calculator enables fabricators to enter cost variables, such as costs for machine time per hour, cutting process (including associated consumables), preparation, programming and materials.


ESAB u 01992 768515 u www.esab.com


designing and manufacturing products for the process industry for over the last 3 decades. Specialising in process measurement


SERVICING INDUSTRIES SINCE 1982 S


tatus Instruments Ltd is a UK based company founded in 1982. It has been


instrumentation for a variety of industries, our range of products include temperature, pressure and humidity transmitters as well as temperature probes. Status is not restrictive in innovation and our range also includes, signal conditioners, signal splitters, panel meters and loop powered indicators. We understand the importance of diverse


applications, supplying products with wireless capabilities and battery powered solutions. Status Instruments also supply hazardous area products and understand customer's needs in ever challenging environments. Our aim is to support our customers, by providing an excellent service along with


quality, reliable products. All our customers have access to full technical support and the highest standards of customer service.


Status Instruments Ltd u 01684 296818


u www.status.co.uk


ELECTROTESTEXPO – NEW VENUE FOR 2019.. B


This latest edition is designed help the reader get practical answers to questions such as:


• Which applications require intelligent cameras? When are PC systems more suitable?


• How do lighting angles and colours affect test results?


• How do I select the perfect lens for my system? • Which camera technology and which model is best suited to my application? • FireWire, USB, CameraLink, CoaXPress or GigE Vision - which interface offers the most benefits for my individual application?


• Which software can handle my problem reliably with a minimum of effort?


Stemmer Imaging u 01252 780000 u www.stemmer-imaging.co.uk


ARE YOU LOOKING TO IMPROVE YOUR CONTROL PANELS?


clients with cost reductions and product improvements. One client enjoyed a staggering 90% reduction in control panel build time simply by implementing a bespoke pcb.


A Our bespoke instrumentation can help you


• Reduce build costs • Improve reliability • Reduce commissioning and maintenance costs


• Overcome obsolescence


With little or no capital outlay you could reduce the cost, size and complexity of your instrumentation.


AIID Solutions u 0161 4803163 u www.aiid.co.uk


IID Solutions provide custom instrumentation, primarily to the U.K. OEM market. Specialising in control panel replacement we have a proven track record of helping


ack in 2010, a number of leading test equipment vendors expressed a common desire to create a new forum to present the latest technological advances in electronics


testing - the result was ElectroTestExpo, a co-operative event aimed at hardware design engineers and production test engineers seeking information on the latest tool developments to make their jobs easier. Originally hosted at the world famous Bletchley Park Mansion, home to a centre of engineering excellence 70 years past, the event has since toured the country as it brings its wealth of knowledge, informative seminars and interesting exhibits to fresh audiences. Next year’s takes place on 26th March 2019 at Keele Hall on the Keele University campus, close to excellent infrastructure links from the Midlands and the North West of England and Wales. On show at the event will be test and measurement instrumentation from across the spectrum - from oscilloscopes, RF generators and other bench tools to integrated production test systems based on advanced technologies that include PXI and JTAG/Boundary-scan. The free seminar program will also offer great value to those seeking the latest information in test and inspection. Choose from talks on JTAG/Boundary-scan, ATE Building, signal switching, high-integrity mass interconnection systems and more. More details and a registration form can be found at www.electrotestexpo.co.uk The event is free to attend and open to all engineering professionals, refreshments are also included however numbers are limited so please get your application in Early. A wide selection of equipment will be on show.


Pickering u Nick.Hickford@pickeringtest.com u www.electrotestexpo.co.uk


68 January 2019 Instrumentation Monthly


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