The 6h Delta Advanced Automation Design Contest (Delta Cup) was held at Delta’s Wujiang Plant in Jiangsu, China, from July 24-28. This year, the contest adopted the concept of advanced industrial automation development from Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing. Under the theme of “Seeking Smart IIoT Talents”, the competition included three major categories: Innovative Machines, Smart Factory, and Better Future Living. This year, the 79 teams that earned a place in the final contest included 62 teams from China, 8 from Taiwan, 3 from Thailand, 3 from India, 2 from Vietnam, and 1 from the newly participating the Netherlands - Fontys University of Applied Sciences. After the fierce competition, the winners of the Grand Prize, the highest honor, went to three schools, including Fontys University of Applied Sciences from the Netherlands, Sun Yat-sen University from Taiwan, and Shanghai Jiao Tong University from China.
Among the exhibits from NSK’s comprehensive portfolio at this year’s EMO Hannover 2019 exhibition will be a number of notable products for machine tools, including the recently introduced range of DIN-standard ball screws and a new series of high-durability precision ball screws. Also being presented is a range of optimised spindle bearings for ever-higher precision and speed, while a further product set to be unveiled is a series of linear roller guides equipped with highly dustproof seals. Visitors to EMO Hannover, which takes place on 16-21 September, will find NSK at booth B34 in hall 7.
SIC Marking is proud to have been chosen by Salvéo Group (www.salveo.fr) to introduce the topic “How to turn a small and medium-size company into an intermediate-size one in 2 years” at the occasion of their website and YouTube channel www.fabricantsdecroissance.com going live.