SycoTec’s new high-frequency inverters provide up to a 40% increase in maximum torque
The new high-frequency inverters e@syDrive 4624, 4625 and 4626 enable the maximum torque in the lower speed range to be increased by up to 40% for all SycoTec motor spindles in the low-voltage range (below 50V AC and 70V DC operating voltage).
SycoTec high-frequency drives now come with yet another customisation option. In addition to the two SycoTec colours of green and red, there are a further five basic colours to choose from for the aluminium end caps of the pneumatic cylinders of our OEM motor spindles. From now on, you can order even smaller minimum quantities of your SycoTec high-frequency motor spindles in your chosen design colour from amongst seven different eloxal colours.
Principle Engineering are proudly supporting one of our local swim teams, Buckley Swimming Club, by helping towards the cost of new diving blocks. Good luck to all the swimmers and special thanks to George Finch; Chief Coach, Rachel and Arthur; team captains.
Robot-assisted manufacturing has long been standard practice in many companies. Multi-functional tool drives are needed in order to take full advantage of the flexibility offered by this production method to ensure the highest quality, efficiency and performance.
This edition of Sycotec’s UPDATE newsletter includes insight into Sycotec motor spindles in robotics, including an overview of their current motor spindle range and their latest high-frequency motor spindle 4033 DC-T. Also included is a review of Sycotec’s resounding success at the International Dental Show (IDS) in Cologne, the largest dental exhibition in the world.
We are extremely proud of Team Tachyon having achieved so much during the F1 in Schools competition 2016. The Denbigh High School pupils represented Wales at the prestigious event held in Austin, Texas, picking up a multitude of awards to become one of the most decorated teams at the competition.
The team won the ‘Best Verbal Presentation’ award, the ‘FIA Women in Motorsport’ award and the ‘Sponsorship and Marketing’ award. In addition to this, they also received a total of 7 nominations; more than any other team at the competition.
More information on the event and Team Tachyon’s outstanding achievements can be found at the links:
Our Partners SycoTec have sent out their latest newsletter. This quarters edition contains information about their exhibition stand at IDS 2017 in Cologne, SycoTec’s improvements to their shop floor management and insight into the use of SycoTec motor spindles for dental CAD/CAM applications.
Our new website has been designed in the same way that we like to work, by putting our customers at the centre. We have created a site that aims to ensure visitors can quickly find the information they need in a simple, clear manor.
We will continue to update and improve and welcome any feedback and recommendations that you have, please contact us here.
The 2014 Drives & Controls Expo at the NEC, Birmingham provides a unique opportunity for Engineers to experience cutting-edge technologies in Automation, Power Transmission and Motor Control Equipment and Systems from world-class suppliers. The Principle Engineering team are delighted to be taking part and will be exhibiting their range of precision products.
Come and find us from the 8th – 10th April at Stand D375 where we will have representatives from SycoTec and GRW who will be available to discuss your requirements throughout the show.
In addition to the opportunity to meet our Engineers and view some applications, you’ll be able to handle our products:
We look forward to meeting challenges from our existing clients and potential new customers during an exciting time for the UK manufacturing industry. This will be the first time for a long while that we start the show with manufacturing in the UK riding a wave of enthusiasm.