Maintenance free pull-out solutions! New igus telescopic rails for the camper van

Published on: 14th September 2021

They ensure that the kitchen unit, provisions and bed are safely stowed away and easily accessible: compact pull-outs in camper vans. To ensure that professionals and fitters can enjoy their interior fittings for a long time, igus now also offers black anodised durable telescopic rails with plastic sliding elements. So travel enthusiasts not only get a durable and lightweight solution, but also visually appealing and lubrication-free pull-outs for their drawers, table, kitchen or bed.

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Horse 2.0: Electric all-rounder LyteHorse withstands desert, forest and water

Published on: 14th September 2021

The Canadian company LyteHorse Labs shows that electric vehicles do not perform poorly. The company has designed a new type of all-terrain electric vehicle that is suitable for a wide range of applications. On board are lubrication-free igus bearings that make the vehicle maintenance-free and corrosion-free, even in the most inhospitable environments.

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Drynamic mobility: igus presents motion plastics relevant to mobility trends

Published on: 6th September 2021

igus experts will use live shows to demonstrate how plastics can permanently reduce costs and improve technical performance

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Energy and data combined in new igus hybrid cable for SEW motors

Published on: 19th August 2021

Small, compact and fast: these are the demands on the new generations of motors. To this end, more and more drive manufacturers are turning to hybrid technology to save space. Therefore, igus has now expanded its range of hybrid cables with a new cable especially for SEW motors with the MOVILINK DDI interface. Users in the material handling industry, for example, can rely on a durable cable specifically developed for e-chain applications.

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Construction projects reliably printed with igus energy chain system in XXL 3D printer

Published on: 12th August 2021

Unique store concepts, concrete stairs with futuristic designs or modern facades: Aectual, a Dutch company, implements special architecture projects with its XXL 3D printer. For reliable “lights out” robot operation, the design engineers decided to use highly flexible chainflex cables in a triflex R energy chain with a pneumatic retraction system. In the seventh axis, an E4/light energy supply system supplies the robot with energy and data.

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