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December 6, 2012
Balluff adds staff in marketing, sales
Balluff Inc., a Florence, Ky., manufacturer of sensor technology for industrial automation, has announced the addition of several new positions in marketing and sales.Wolfgang Kratzenberg has been hired as marketing manager for RFID products. He... Read more...
October 31, 2011
Balluff celebrates 90th anniversary
Balluff, a manufacturer of sensors for factory automation and systems for industrial communication with headquarters in Neuhausen, Germany, marks 90 years in business in 2011.
The company has subsidiaries in 54 countries on all... Read more...
January 13, 2009
Using analog technology to errorproof the stamping process
Measuring important part features using analog sensors during the stamping process can reduce the need for time-consuming in-process checks, expensive attribute gages, and costly part-sorting at the press.
A die protection program that... Read more...
September 16, 2008
Sensors evolve to meet new errorproofing role
Figure 1 Click image to view larger Minisensors contain amplifiers within their housings Choosing the right sensor is one of the most important strategic decisions a world-class manufacturer makes. Sensors provide a simple means to... Read more...
April 15, 2008
Balluff names business development support specialist
Balluff, Florence, Ky., has named Drew Stevens as business development support specialist for metal forming. Stevens, who directs the company's metal forming support programs, has been a journeyman diemaker since 1998 and most recently was with... Read more...
March 11, 2008
Coming to your sensors
The most difficult aspect of implementing a stamping sensor program is figuring out where to place the sensor. For example, in this application, two stamping sensors on opposing ends of the die face each other and communicate across an air gap... Read more...
March 13, 2007
Error-free tube fabrication
In addition to detecting the weld seam, some modern electronic sensors are sophisticated enough that, when properly programmed, they can differentiate between a good weld and a bad one. Picture the activity in a typical automotive assembly... Read more...