Crane systems

ABULiner allows precise positioning

In many fields of business and industry there are two requirements on in-plant crane systems coming up equally: high speeds for fast transportation in combination with the feasibility to position the load precisely. These requirements are important, for instance, in the construction industry as to be able to move precast components quickly over long distances in the factory and to put them to the precise position afterwards or for loading the concrete components to transport them to the construction site. Owing to the different requirements and to obtain higher clock cycles, the frequency...

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