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Roughly four sensing-related processes occur in a welding cell with regards to parts that are to be joined by MIG, TIG and resistance welding by specialized robotic /automated equipment: Nesting…usually, inductive proximity sensors with special Weld Field Resistance properties and … Continue reading
Recently I read an article in Machine Design called “When Flexible Cables Doesn’t Flex for Long” by Leland Teschler which talks about different aspects of flexible cable terms, causes of breakage and testing. The article touches on different lingo between … Continue reading
From The Free dictionary by Farlex, a receptacle is defined as “A fitting connected to a power supply and equipped to receive a plug.” I like this definition it describes both halves of the receptacle. In the automotive industry, the … Continue reading
Normally the sensor experts here at SensorTech blog chose topics that we think will interest our readers. But this week we’re asking our readers to send us their top questions about sensors and connectivity. Got a question about how sensors … Continue reading