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The current trend towards slow-running direct drives is driven by a demand for precision, reliability and low maintenance, among others. This article provides a theoretical comparison of diriect drives and gearmotors based on known growth laws and a few practical assumptions… (more)


Plant engineers and production system designers view electrical wiring as cumbersome and costly. The advent of “contactless energy transfer” could eliminate these problems… (more)

The PneuDrive Challenge 2012 Engineering Design Competition, sponsored by SEW Eurodrive and Festo, presents South African engineering students with an opportunity to design solutions that could improve the lives of disadvantaged communities. The challenge, an engineering student design competition now in its fifth year, will have as its theme “Engineering a better life for South African communities”… (more)

The drives industry has seen a trend towards slow-running direct drives in recent years. This trend was found to be driven by a demand for precision, reliability and low maintenance on the one hand and, on the other, by decreasing power electronics and permanent magnet prices… (more)

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