With its new president, the company plans to invest in logistics and supply chain and expand its motion automation portfolio and engineering support to help machine builders add productivity, increase efficiency and lower system cost.
Lenze's Mechatronic Competence Campus (MCC) in Extertal, Germany, is a modern development and production facility for development, production, service and storage.
Lenze gave middle school students a tour of their Massachusetts headquarters to enable students to explore possible science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) career paths in manufacturing.
Lenze's modular software, scalable hardware, and modern interfaces is designed to minimize engineering requirements and expedite machine motion control.
Lenze Americas' Smart Product solutions designed to deliver a mechatronic drive solution for clearly specified roller and chain conveyor applications for easy commissioning.
Lenze Americas' servo adaptor for its g500 gearbox series is available as an inline, right angle, or shaft mount and is designed to reduce the requirement for coupling components.
Lenze's v200-P Monitor, and v800-C and v800-P industrial PCs feature multi-touch for modern machine visualization and are designed for plant automation, material handling, and other industrial machine applications.
Lenze Americas' m550-P three-phase ac motor is designed to achieve IE3 efficiency class and provides a power range of 1 to 60 Hp (0.75kW to 45kW) with a variety of voltages for simple mains operation with fixed speeds.
Lenze Americas' MCM synchronous servo motors are designed for a range of positioning tasks including robotics, packaging equipment and handling systems and feature IP65-rated protection class housings for food processing and other cleaning applications.
Lenze's scalable i500 frequency inverters are designed to be tailored to virtually any machine application and industrial environment and are compliant with efficiency class IE2 and its power section is separate from the control unit.