Hall 13 Stand E37

B&R’s High Precision Motion Control technology

B&R servo drives help improve print quality

A growing number of today’s printing presses feature a streamlined mechanical design that utilizes light-weight materials. The resulting increase in vibration and lag error, however, lowers precision and ultimately diminishes print quality. With the advanced compensation offered by B&R’s new High Precision Motion Control even the fastest presses can print with impeccable quality.

B&R’s flexible safety technology makes it easy to implement safety solutions in accordance with EN 1010 and EN 13849. Response times that are 10 times faster than traditional solutions allow for tighter safety clearances and smaller machine footprints. In the event of a safety incident, advanced safety functions allow production to continue at a safely reduced speed rather than incur costly downtime.

Other highlights to be found at B&R’s stand include a ‘green printing’ area showcasing energy monitoring solutions and energy-saving drive technology. B&R will also be demonstrating how its Technology Guarding license management solution opens up new business models in 3D printing – with easy-to-implement tamper resistance and intellectual property protection.

Packaging South Asia is the cooperating media partner for drupa 2016 which is scheduled to be held from 31 May to 10 June at Dusseldorf, Germany.

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