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Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation - Europe

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Safer and more productive interaction between humans and robots enabled by MELFA SafePlus and safety sensor technology

At SPS IPC Drives 2015, Mitsubishi Electric, together with its system partner MH Elektro-Steuerungstechnik, presented an industrial robot that enables humans and robots to work together more safely and effectively during large batch production within closely confined work cells.FULL STORY...

Industry 4.0 in the Food and Beverage industry

The practical advantages that the new cyber-physical interface of Industry 4.0 brings are acknowledged by engineers across a range of industries. Jeremy Shinton, Product Manager UK – Business Solutions at Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V., UK Branch, Automation Systems Division, explains how food and drink manufacturers in particular can benefit from the implementation of Industry 4.0.FULL STORY...

Mitsubishi Electric causes a stir in white sauce production

British process and automation expertise has helped one of Japan’s largest food producers to cut white sauce production time by 83%, reduce cleaning between batches because there is no burn-on residue and minimise energy consumption. FULL STORY...

Mitsubishi Electric robot emulates intuitive human cake icing movements

Solving a long-standing automation problem in cake decoration has also produced a groundbreaking development that could be taken up across a whole range of other industries.FULL STORY...

Ice age - small inverter, big impact

Mitsubishi Electric frequency inverter with stall prevention ensures improved efficiency and performance in traditional ice cream production.FULL STORY...

Integration of servo-drive technologies

Mitsubishi Electric is a world leader in the three principal application areas for servo drives in industrial automation: robotics, CNC and general motion control (GMC). Mitsubishi manufactures its own technologies in all of these fields, something which very few other manufacturers can match. Combining this capability with unmatched service results in control solutions enabling the construction of the highest quality machines and systems.FULL STORY...

Mitsubishi Electric’s iQ platform runs Europe’s most powerful industrial laser

A new laser-based research and development cell has been installed at the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Ansty, West Midlands, to help keep British manufacturing at the forefront of assembly, fabrication and joining technologies.FULL STORY...

Data transparency gets bakery production ready for the future

Stefan Knauf, corporate account manager food & beverage, CPG, at Mitsubishi Electric’s Factory Automation – European Business Group, looks at options for improving efficiency and productivity in production by small and medium-sized companies and offers a view of future automation concepts – with a focus on enhanced data transparency.FULL STORY...

New Mitsubishi Electric FR-A800 series of drives provides maximum drive performance for plant, machinery

The new class leading drive from Mitsubishi Electric has been specially designed for use in high end applications where maximum output and performance, increased efficiency and reliability are guaranteed FULL STORY...

Mitsubishi Electric demonstrates latest 3D based robot technology

Visitors to the Mitsubishi Electric stand at this year’s SPS IPC Drives will be able to experience live the latest developments in the field of 3D based robotics.FULL STORY...

Food industry growing to new levels of automation

UK food prices have risen 12% in the last five years, while incomes have fallen 10%. There were seasonal shortages this year and experts are predicting worldwide food shortages by 2020. Clearly the food industry needs to think hard about the future, reducing waste and increasing efficiency, as a recent food and beverage conference hosted by Mitsubishi Electric discussed. FULL STORY...

Quiches packed for good

Mitsubishi Electric UK and Western Mechanical Handling have worked together to ensure that quiches can be carefully packagedFULL STORY...

Mitsubishi Electric offers tickets to British Superbike’s Champs for early bird registrations

Mitsubishi Electric UK has announced it will hold a prize draw on 31 August for a pair of tickets to the British Superbikes Championships at Donington Park. Everybody who registers for the company's Improving performance in Food & Beverage manufacturing conference (to be held 17 October in Hatfield) by 5pm Thursday 30 August, will be included in the draw.FULL STORY...

Deploying energy management is a “win win” scenario

Many customers tell us that one of their biggest business costs is energy, so it would seem obvious that tackling and improving the problem would be the natural thing to doFULL STORY...

Robots in manufacturing

The banking collapse and other troubles in the financial sector have encouraged economists to reassess the value of a strong manufacturing sector to the nation. Because the UK is not a low wage economy, automated production is essential to achieve competitiveness, increase yield, improve quality and increase profitability. Barry Weller, Product Manager for Robots with Mitsubishi Electric UK looks at technological solutions and government support for them.FULL STORY...

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