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tretter20719Motek Hall 6, 6104 Stand

Tolerance sleeves are slotted sheet metal sleeves with beads that are embossed like wave mountains. The standard material is stainless steel spring steel, which withstands temperatures up to 250 ┬░ C. Special versions can even be used at temperatures up to 450 ┬░ C or even in harsh chemical environments. Dr. Tretter presents its tolerance sleeves or tolerance rings installed in a robotic arm to show what they can do.

With her mechanical Velcro "Klettwelding"Nanowired presents a globally unique process for fast, durable and environmentally friendly connectivity for electronics manufacturing - reason enough for the jury experts at the Hermes Awards to select this novelty for the award presented at the Hannover Messe.

Kipp0319Hannover Messe Hall 3, booth M43

Heinrich Kipp Werk expands its portfolio in the area Locking, These prevent a change in the locking position by lateral forces. The fastening and the loosening of the bolts are done manually or more recently also via a pneumatic control - a further development especially for automation.

bormann0219Bormann + Neupert and + HCL Fasteners introduce their "Herbie Clips" nylon straps and "Smart Band" nylon straps, as well as other binding systems. Plastic fastening solutions offer several advantages.

martin1218technical articles

The construction of assemblies made of fiber composite components follows its own rules. The key factor here is, among other things, the design of high-precision joints, which allows for the later assembly a strain-free assembly of lightweight components made of glass or carbon fibers. The peelable PET fitting elements are tailor-made for this task Product line "M-Tech L" from Martin.

tretter11118FMB South Hall 5, booth E8

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Markus Kluge, Technical Director, Dr. Erich Tretter GmbH + CoRechberghausen

Tolerance sleeves can be used as non-positive fasteners versatile, and once created connections can be solved in contrast to pressing or gluing again. This also applies to the torque transmission - very different than, for example, in the wedge and Press fit.

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