In recent years architects have discovered that fitting quality guidance systems for tasks such as moving glass panels pays dividends in the long run as opposed to using traditional cheap wheel or roller systems.
This trend has been borne about by the increasing size and weight of the structures to be moved. Clients are demanding smoother systems that can be operated easily by hand or simply motorised.
Hepco’s V based linear motion products serve this market exceptionally well, they can work in these environments without lubrication; have good rigidity, coupled with low friction characteristics.
Some of our relevant application examples, case studies and videos
CyBe utilises Hepco's heavy duty gantry system to 3D print concrete houses.
CyBe - https://cybe.eu/3d-concrete-printing/printers/ ... View Video
Being involved in the Olympic games is surely the highlight of any athletes career but when British designer Thomas Heatherwick was chosen to create the cauldron... Read more
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When special purpose machine builder Deimos s.r.o. were presented with the task of rotating floors in a structure little did... View Video
T W Ward CNC Machinery Ltd (Ward CNC), A UK Distributor of overseas manufactured machine tools, needed to automate the opening and closing of large heavy... Read more
Handling solar tubes requires careful handling and accurate positioning especially at high duty cycles and in an environment where lubrication needs to be kept to a... Read more
The Samsung Innovation Museum in Korea needed to move LCD display screens, showing a cross section of Samsung’s customers, bringing a number of challenges for the design... Read more
Moveable library-style shelving units slide from side to side to reveal and hide compartments that serve various functions in this Spanish apartment by Madrid-based PKMN Architectures.
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