Motion systems, components at CPP Expo
Kollmorgen will be presenting at the Converting + Package Printing Expo Pavillion from Sept. 26-28 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, co-located with Pack Expo.
Kollmorgen expects to discuss its family of motion systems and components, and co-engineering services at the Converting + Package Printing Expo Pavilion co-located with Pack Expo from Sept. 26-28, 2011, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Kollmorgen will highlight the automation and motion control solutions platform, Kollmorgen Automation Suite, as well as the company’s AKD Ethernet-based servo drives, AKM servomotors and Kollmorgen Cartridge DDR (Direct Drive Rotary) motors, in booth 5970 located in the South Building, Hall S2.
“Converting and package printing machine builders are tasked with building increasingly flexible and reliable machines that deliver ever-greater throughput, and success starts by selecting high performance motion control solutions that drive measureable results,” said Andy Hansbrough, Vertical Marketing Manager.
- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com
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