Mitsubishi Electric Automation
Please visit: Mitsubishi Electric Automation
500 Corporate Woods Pkwy.
Vernon Hills, IL 60061 US
MITSUBISHI CNC At the cutting edge of machining control. For the world, for America.
At the cutting edge of machining control. For the world, for America.
Mitsubishi CNC products are engineered to meet the needs of global manufacturing. Our key difference to getting each job done right is our Superior Machine Control Technology, High Quality and Reliability, and Network Flexibility. At IMTS 2006, a demo exhibit of our flagship CNC 700 Series with work samples will allow you to experience these three key Mitsubishi CNC differences for yourself. Also on tap is the unveiling of our new network controller - the latest breakthrough in the quest for state-of-the-art solutions for today's automobile industry.
With the world's fastest current control cycle, high-speed servo motor and high-accuracy detector, drive unit MDS-D/DH series dramatically improve machining control performance. We await your arrival, to the future of Mitsubishi CNC vision, at IMTS 2006.
Even more compact, with greater speed, higher play-load and amazing rigidity. MELFA RV-S series robots provide solutions for value added systems. See for yourself at IMTS 2006.
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Motor Control Products Downsize Panels
The MS-T series of contractors and motor control products from Mitsubishi Electric Automation range from 10 to 32 amps and are intended for users who are downsizing their panels.
Ewon Joins e-Factory Alliance Program
Mitsubishi Electric Automation has added a new partner to its referencing program.
CNC Retrofit Package Improves Reliability
Mitsubishi Electric Automation offers a retrofit package to replace control systems currently using Meldasmagic 64 controls.
January 2014 Product Spotlight: Robots and Automation
The Modern Equipment Review Spotlight in our January issue features robotics and industrial automation equipment. Click through the slideshow to see a selection of the highlighted products, and visit the Robots & Automation zone (link in the sidebar) to learn more.
Robot Series Enables Cell Creation
Mitsubishi Electric Automation offers its F-series industrial robots for dexterous, complex operations.
MEAU Offers CNC Backup in the Cloud
Customers can store data remotely on MEAU’s servers to reduce downtime when data is lost.
Motion Controller Upgrades Servo Platforms
Mitsubishi Electric Automation’s Q170MCPU-EIP motion controller enables users to operate existing third-party control systems while leveraging one of the company’s servo-motion systems.
Entry-Level PLC Provides Flexibility
Mitsubishi Electric Automation’s FX3S micro programmable logic controller (PLC) is designed for entry-level accessibility.
MEAU Certifies Bertelkamp Automation Training Center
The center will provide training on PLCs, HMIs and robots.
Website Illustrates Automation Impact
Mitsubishi Electric Automation has launched a website highlighting the impact of its automation technologies on everyday life.
Holiday Weekend Presents Opportunity for Proactive Maintenance
Companies can use scheduled shutdowns to their advantage.
HMI Improves Visualization
Mitsubishi Electric Automation’s GT16 series human machine interface (HMI) is designed to increase mobility, visualization and integration with existing automation solutions portfolios.
CNC Series Offers Improved Functionality
Mitsubishi Electric’s multi-axis M700V CNC series is designed for metalcutting, forming, plastics and woodworking applications.
Ceiling-Mounted Robot Handles Lightweight Parts
The RH-3SxHR ceiling-mounted SCARA robot from Mitsubishi Electric Automation is designed for high-speed picking and handling of lightweight parts.
Machine Tool Industry Micro Site
Mitsubishi Electric Automation has created a new micro-site expressly for the machine tool industry.
Next-Generation Servomotors Maximize Machine Throughput
Mitsubishi Electric Automation offers the MR-J4 series of next-generation servomotors, servo amplifiers and motion controllers.
The ability to import complex curves into CNCs promises to let shops finally get beyond old limitations imposed by contouring with linear interpolation. Faster and smoother cutting will be the result.