Lenze Americas

By Bridget McCrea · April 4, 2017
Lenze (Booth S1831) has introduced the Lenze Smart Gear g350—a compact mechatronic drive unit combining a gearbox, motor, electronics and software—at Promat 2017.
By Josh Bond · March 1, 2016
Stringent service levels and the pursuit of efficiencies leave no room for downtime, making business continuity essential to operational excellence.
<p>Joel Thomas, Lenze OEM Consultant for Intralogistics with the company’s new solutions for drive-based and controller-based automation.</p> By Sara Pearson Specter · March 23, 2015
At electrical and mechanical drive manufacturer Lenze America’s booth (Booth 1064), the focus is on three different types motion control and automation solutions.
By MMH Staff · January 15, 2015
Automation technology leader increases presence in Midwest.
<p>Robert Gradischnig, electro-mechanical business development manager with Lenze, shows how a smart phone can be used to wirelessly change settings on a Lenze Smart Motor.</p> By Roberto Michel · March 19, 2014
Lenze (Booth 5131), a manufacturer of electrical and mechanical drives, motion control and automation technology, highlighted its new g500 gearbox range, which was developed to transform motor speed into torque intelligently and accurately.
By MMH Staff · February 27, 2013
New Formulas and Tables app features digital reference, tables and drive calculations for drive design anywhere, anytime.
By Bob Trebilcock · July 2, 2012
Thinking holistically about system design can deliver big dividends
<p>Joachim Hanke with the Servo Inverter i700</p> By Josh Bond · February 8, 2012
Lenze Americas (Booth 4105), a global manufacturer of electrical and mechanical drives, motion control and automation technology, introduced the Servo Inverter i700.
By Bob Trebilcock · June 3, 2011
You may never have heard of Lenze, but if you're using automated materials handling, their processors and drives could be part of your system.
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