shaftless

shaftless

(ˈʃɑːftləs)
adj
lacking a shaft
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The winder is available with a tapeless static knife or patented stationary-knife automatic-transfer system, and shafted or shaftless operation.
Additional features include: touch scrren interface, gapless splicing, shaftless roll lifting turret deign, convenient tape dispensers, see-through guarding and more.
Each model is shaftless and uses pneumatically expanding core chucks driven by low-noise electric motors, which provides an added element of sustainability since energy generated feeds back into the electrical circuit.
The adoption of a shaftless drive system, which controls the press by electrically synchronizing all the drive motors without mechanical shafts, enables shorter make ready time than with earlier presses.
Before that, in July, it purchased local shaftless spiral conveyors producer Plat & Spiralteknik i Torsas AB (PST).Country: Sweden, NorwaySector: Wholesale/Retail, ElectronicsTarget: Vanpee Norge AS, Vanpee ABBuyer: Lagercrantz Group ABType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Closed
It is Precision's most commonly sold vibrator motor due to it's compact size, easy self-adhesive mounting method, and enclosed (shaftless) design.
The shaftless design allows for employment of different engagement mechanisms, such as a customized shaft, a motor control, a human interface (such as knob) adjustment, or a mechanical arm position locator.
The shaftless SMT instrument exhibits [+ or -]2 percent independent linearity in an operating temperature range from -40[degrees] to 120[degrees].
The West Penn facility in New Castle has a 14-unit Dauphin Graphic Machines press with two full-color towers, an eight-unit DGM shaftless press and a six-unit DGM shaftless press.
* A shaftless, touchless technology (on which the Vert-x E and RFC are based) featuring a round position marker that mounts separately--at a distance from the detecting sensor component.