SCHUNK Offers New Digital Tools for Linear Modules

SCHUNK expands the digital planning options for automated solutions with two new tools for designing and configuring linear modules. Primarily, this easy access to expert knowledge is a further step towards offering customers an uncomplicated and secure way to customize design and quickly integrate it into the system planning.

Generally, the valid design and construction of high-tech components for automation technology is one of SCHUNK’s core competencies. The higher the information content at the customer inquiry stage, the faster and more targeted the perfect component can be found for the respective customized application. SCHUNK no offers two new professional digital services, a sizing assistant and configuration tool for linear modules. Accordingly, customers can now also select these components themselves conveniently, easily, and reliably. This allows them to expand their own expertise and find the optimal solution more quickly.

Schunk configuration tool
SCHUNK offers customers a professional instrument for selecting the right linear module for their customized application with the sizing assistant for linear modules.

A Question of Interpretation

The SCHUNK portfolio offers over 500 variants of linear modules. To find the right one, it provides customers with user-friendly sizing assistant based on long experience and proven design logic. Specifically, it can record all relevant performance parameters for an individual component in a simple and standardized manner. Furthermore, visual support enhances security. Based on this information, the program creates a technically valid recommendation of suitable SCHUNK linear modules. In addition, the sizing assistant provides important information such as the application-specific service life of the respective component and its degree of utilization.

The SCHUNK sizing assistant for linear modules enables application-specific configuration of all add-on parts. It provides CAD data for seamless integration into system planning.

-08 April 2024-