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For precise, high-speed tasks, companies from industries such as the automotive, food, medicine, pharmaceutical, plastic or electronics sector rely on robots—e.g. for loading and unloading, palletizing, handling, sorting or stacking a wide array of components. Stäubli Robotics is one of the leading providers in the world. Additional axes from STOBER allow the multi-axis robots to be configured with complete freedom, thus giving them maximum flexibility.
We saw tremendous success at SPS in Nuremberg, Germany. There, at the largest international trade show for electrical automation technology, we were able to generate many more new contacts as well as more leads than in years past. We presented our new generation of servo-planetary gear units for the first time on the 115 square-meter area.
Last week STOBER was hit by a cyber attack. The worldwide web server infrastructure was affected. Some of our web services are either limited or currently not available, such as downloads. Personal data is not affected.
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Since 2014, STÖBER Antriebstechnik has been supporting the Rennschmiede Pforzheim, which regularly participates in the Formula Student - to date with a combustion vehicle. From 2020, the team will also compete in Formula Student Electric together with STOBER. The drive specialists will provide motors, gearboxes and drive controllers for the new racecar. Together with Witzenmann, a company also based in Pforzheim providing cooling components, they are among the platinum sponsors.
The new generation of servo planetary gear units from STÖBER Antriebstechnik offers drives that are the most compact on the market in their power range and with their diversity of combinations and options.
STÖBER Antriebstechnik GmbH + Co. KG takes on a leading role in the CO2-neutral use of eco-gas. The company has a balanced carbon footprint thanks to the supply from SWP.
On two days in March and April customers and interested parties participated at STOBER's annual Practical Forum in Pforzheim. The event offers participants the opportunity to inform themselves about current trends and innovations in drive and automation technology. It's also the perfect opportunity to exchange ideas, experiences and to discuss upcoming projects. The topics of the lectures were ...
Safe, digital and highly automated. STOBER presented trend-setting solutions at the Hanover Fair, which significantly simplify the life of constructors. These include the new STOBER product configurator and other digital services.
With the new STOBER Configurator, users have an online tool to intuitively build the right drive solution from STOBER’s extensive product range with just a few clicks. Technical information and drawings are readily available after quickly and easily configuring a product. Users can even request a quote with a simple click. The configurator is one of many projects in STOBER's commitment...
Using or saving energy wisely with fun and passion – two topics that are becoming increasingly important. Stefan Hatz and Markus Liebmann, two engineering graduates, dealt intensively with these topics as part of their final thesis. They received valuable support from STOBER.
In light of the motto "better safe than sorry", STOBER presented the new SE6 safety module. "Safety technology is a major topic in mechanical and plant engineering," says Markus Frei, Product Manager at STOBER. "With the SD6 drive controller and the SE6 safety module, we have brought a flexible solution to the market that is strongly orientated towards the practical needs of our customers".
In cooperation with Pilz-Safe Automation, STOBER has designed a new and advanced SE6 safety module that increases the safety functionality of their SD6 Drive Controller. One of the highlights of the new SE6 is ‘Safe Brake Management’, which meets forthcoming safety legislation and gives the user safer and more flexible system control.
STOBER jersey on, helmet on and on your bikes! That was the rallying call when the annual ‘STOBER in Motion’ mountain bike event rolled out for this year’s round. Organised for employees by employees, ‘STOBER in Motion’ is a mix of individual and team cycle races and 2018 was the 13th consecutive event.
Motion Control expert STOBER has used products from its own range to design and build a robotic component mounting system to manufacture the new LeanMotor, an encoderless drive that is a world first in the market.
With the drive controllers of the 6th generation, STOBER offers the right answer to the increasingly complex requirements in automation technology and mechanical engineering. New in the program is the stand-alone device SC6, which enables particularly compact and economical application concepts with up to four axes due to its integrated power supply and slim design.
At this year's SPS IPC Drives STOBER focused on the new LeanMotor. "The SPS IPC Drives is for us the most important trade fair of the year", says Patrick Stöber. "It is a great pleasure to present a world debut this year and to encounter so much interest. We were able to inspire visitors, customers and partners for our new development and had many interesting conversations".
STOBER has launched a world first on the market based on the principle "Bridge the Gap": The encoderless LeanMotor is with the same power significantly lighter and smaller than an asynchronous motor and cheaper and more robust than a servo drive. With efficiencies of up to 96 percent, the motors achieve efficiency class IE5. Construction engineers use them to make machines more compact, users...
STOBER has recently launched a new two-speed gearbox with SensorShift digital shift control for machine tools for smooth power transmission, reduced wear and improved cost-efficiency.
STOBER is announced finalist for the Motion Control Industry Award 2017 in the category Technical Innovation of the Year for its synchronous servo motors with hollow bore.
Under the name of SI6, STOBER presents its latest drive controller in multi-axis drive system. The most significant feature: The extremely compact design. With a width of only 45 mm, the SI6 requires extremely little space in the control cabinet. At the same time, a surprising number of useful features are integrated in the SI6 STOBER drive controller.
Frost & Sullivan gives this award every year, to a company which can show that it goes well beyond the accepted standards of good service in improving benefits to the customer and so strengthening customer loyalty.
The development system is based on CODESYS framework V 18.104.22.168 and includes numerous functionality for HMI, PLC and Motion Control.The Drive&Motion libs of STOBER are included for the efficient programming of a machine corresponding to IEC 61131-3. To use them in an easy way they are documented with the newest standard of CODESYS. A numerous amount of examples for CNC (DIN 66025).
Even more processor power for even higher performance in demanding multi-axis mode. For this application profile, STOBER has added the new high-performance Motion Controller MC6xx5 to the MC6 product program.
The focus here is on the EZHD synchronous servo motor with hollow shaft that with its new bearing technology in all versions can offer a far higher shaft load than to date as well as an integrated brake. The special feature of these motors is the unusually large inner diameter of the hollow shaft flange, which is ideally suitable for carrying energy and media of all kinds.