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British Engineer Uses 3D-Printed Parts to Design ‘The World’s Most Technologically Advanced Pianos’

Published on: September 22, 2022

More and more frequently we have been receiving inquiries for 3D-printed components or spare parts for musical instruments. One example is of a concert grand piano from Phoenix Pianos.  The basic design of the concert grand has remained almost unchanged since 1876 – since the Steinway Centennial Grand was designed. That was the starting point for the grand piano […]

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igus brings shore power to U.S. ports

Published on: September 20, 2022

Revolutionary mobile system, iMSPO, includes e-chain and specialized cables September 19, 2022 – The readychain® iMSPO, a revolutionary mobile shore power source, is now available in the United States. Motion plastics specialist igus® will present the technology at the September PORTS® ’22 conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, September 18-22. The iMSPO (igus Mobile Shore Power Outlet) […]

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igus co-sponsoring WaterFire Providence lighting

Published on: September 15, 2022

Motion plastics manufacturer celebrates with Educational Excellence in Rhode Island September 15, 2022 – igus is co-sponsoring a WaterFire Providence lighting celebrating Educational Excellence in RI with the Rhode Island Department of Education on Saturday, September 24, at Waterplace Park, starting with a torch lighting ceremony at 6:40 pm. During the event, the company will […]

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GMG develops new robot grippers with plastic plain bearings from igus

Published on: September 8, 2022

Lifting a component into a shipping carton with three fingers, then placing cardboard over it for protection with a vacuum gripper: for this automation process, the Gesellschaft für modulare Greifersysteme (GMG) from Soest has developed a multifunctional long arm gripper – with the human hand as a model. How do plastic plain bearings from igus […]

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Pioneering recycling project by igus partner Mura Technology continues to gain momentum

Published on: September 8, 2022

Recycling pioneer Mura Technology is making great strides in the construction of the world’s first HydroPRS plant, scheduled to go into operation in early 2023 8 September 2022 – Recovering crude oil from plastic: British company Mura Technology (Mura) is pursuing this goal with the HydroPRS™ process to advance the circular economy of plastics – […]

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