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From the initial idea to aftersales, from the control system to the drive shaft. In future, you will need to successfully handle more extensive tasks in ever shorter times frames. So it’s good to know that you have a partner at your side who can make many of these tasks easy. This is our top priority and the focus of our action is: you!
With our motivated and committed approach, we work together with you to create the best possible solution and set your ideas in motion – regardless of whether you are looking to optimise an existing machine or develop a new one.
As a global specialist in Motion Centric Automation, we offer you products, drive solutions, complete automation systems, engineering services and tools from a single source.
We are one of the few providers in the market who are alongside you for the entire development process of your machine – from initial ideas to aftersales, from the control system all the way to the drive shaft.
Learn about our wide range of skills and discover everything you need to know about one of the leading drive and automation specialists in the field of machine engineering.
A qualified Lenze team of approx. 50 employees in the centre of the Netherlands offers a wide range of support to customers. Our sales and application engineers have a great deal of know-how and are very well equipped to develop the best concepts for the industrial supply chain. With a large industry in consumer goods, intralogistics in factory automation, the Dutch crew is focussed and trained to create the most productive, reliable and easy to use machine concepts. Together with our customers we develop new solutions – sharing know-how is vital to get to the point.
Our approved training centre is also a source for market driven and successful new machines and applications.
De productie van de toekomst heet Plug & Producemaart 5, 2019
Een nieuwe opdracht, een nieuw product, een nieuw format: er is een vervanging gepland bij de Infeed en Pick & Place van de productielijn, packaging en paletizer blijven onveranderd, maar de outfeedmodule moet ook worden vervangen. Lees verder [Bron: automatie-pma.nl]
The smart solution for materials handling technologymaart 2, 2019
Requirements such as torque, energy efficiency and starting torque cannot be simultaneously optimised using conventional technology. Smart drives for horizontal conveying systems solve this dilemma, while reducing the number of variants and engineering effort required in control cabinets and for cabling. Read more
Strategisch programma Lenze 2020+ houdt machine-automatiseerder op groeikoersfebruari 1, 2019
Meer doen met minder. Voor die uitdaging staan machinebouwers in het Industrie 4.0-tijdperk, vertelt Eric van den Broek, managing director van Lenze Benelux en UK. Lees verder [Bron: linkmagazine.nl]
Intuitive automation instead of complex processesdecember 12, 2018
More functions, more flexibility, more intelligence: the demands placed on automation are growing, as are the complexity of the solutions. The engineering and operator models used to date do not keep pace with progress – time and personnel expenditure are increasingly getting out of hand. With the latest products, new tools and showcases for modern development processes, this year’s SPS IPC Drives in Nuremberg (27-29 November 2018) will see Lenze demonstrate that this trend can be reversed – with intuitive automation. Read more
The future of production is Plug & Producedecember 6, 2018
A new job, a new product, a new format: A change is planned for Infeed and Pick&Place in the production line. Packaging and Paletizer will remain untouched, but the Outfeed module must also be changed. Read more
Lenze develops new tools and services based on the digital twindecember 1, 2018
While production is already becoming increasingly digitised, the digital transformation is still in its infancy when it comes to engineering and development. Although the digital twin has already become a reality, what is still missing is a continuous tool chain. Lenze is working hard to drive forward the adaptation and expansion of its tools and services in order to close this gap. Machine automation is a topic that the experts tackle by working closely with OEMs. Read more
Together we develop solutionsoktober 25, 2018
Lenze Business Talks Industrial Internet of Thingsoktober 20, 2018
50-million-euro investment: Lenze lays the foundations for a new mechatronics campusoktober 1, 2018
The innovative project will secure employment for more than 800 members of staff, and is due to be completed at the end of 2019 and become operational in early 2020. Read more
Lenze EASY Machine 2.0augustus 18, 2018
With the “EASY Machine 2.0”, Lenze proves its extensive application knowledge and solution competence in the fields of packaging technology, robotics and handling as well as materials handling technology.
Lenze PLC Designer: How to download and install it?augustus 4, 2018
This tutorial shows where to download the Lenze PLC Designer and how to install it. Also have a look at the other tutorials out of the PLC Designer training series. Learn how to create a new project, how to write a PLC logic and much more.
Horizontal Conveying with Lenze Smart Motorjuli 18, 2018
Slimme servo-as voor effectieve en flexibele productieprocessenjuni 30, 2018
Lenze presenteerde zijn nieuwe i950 Servo Inverter in een smart drive-oplossing.
Lenze heeft een schaalbare drive-oplossing ontwikkeld voor productie- en intralogistieke systemen. Het gaat om een combinatie van een i950 servoversterker, een m850 synchrone motor en een g700 planetaire tandwielkast. Deze compacte oplossing is eenvoudig te hanteren en maakt kosteneffectieve productie mogelijk, zelfs voor batch-grootte 1. Lees verder
Digital engineering: hoe kan het eenvoudiger?juni 23, 2018
Planning 3D-besturingskast: Lenze integreert de i500 Frequency Inverter volledig in het EPLAN Data Portal. Lees meer
Lenze white paper “Digital Challenge”juni 9, 2018
Radical demands for changes are more likely to scare industry than encourage it to move towards Industry 4.0. Disruptive changes in the business model have been foreign to this sector up to now.
Rising requirements for packaging machinesmei 17, 2018
The innovativeness of the packaging industry means that new challenges are constantly arising with regard to the systems and machines that it uses. Increasing digitisation is and will continue to be a part of the current and future requirements for packaging machines. The following across-the-board trends are becoming more and more important.
Digital engineering: how to make it even easiermei 9, 2018
The Lenze i500 series of frequency inverters is now completely integrated into the EPLAN Data Portal. Before the data was included, Lenze and its customers discussed and agreed on the ideal way to present it in terms of quality, range and structure. Their work has paid off. Complete two-dimensional and three-dimensional datasets and detailed product master data help to design control cabinets more easily, more quickly and more precisely. This level of user-friendliness also extends to production, even with batch size 1. Thanks to the three-dimensional pictures of connections it is possible, for example, to customise complete cable harnesses with the correct lengths and connections fully automatically.
Smart servo axis for effective and flexible production processesmei 1, 2018
Lenze has come up with a scalable drive solution for production and intralogistics systems. The combination of an i950 servo inverter, an m850 synchronous motor and a g700 planetary gearbox is easy to handle and facilitates cost-effective production, even for batch size 1.
Ready for the Internet of Thingsapril 24, 2018
Lenze is opening a new chapter in automation for the Hannover Messe. The company’s latest modular device, the i950 Servo Inverter, gives machine manufacturers access to a comprehensive automation platform. In future it will no longer matter whether the machine builder is looking for a centralised or a decentralised automation topology or an intelligent mix of the two.
Ready for the Internet of Thingsmaart 2, 2018
Lenze is opening a new chapter in automation for the Hannover Messe. The company’s latest modular device, the i950 Servo Inverter, gives machine manufacturers access to a comprehensive automation platform. In future it will no longer matter whether the machine builder is looking for a centralised or a decentralised automaton topology or an intelligent mix of the two. Lenze’s future-proof portfolio covers the control level, the field level, and the electromechanics, and it ensures standardised data communication as well as connectivity to the cloud. It offers easy, efficient access for machine manufacturers who have to get highly flexible, intelligent, networked and custom-made machines to market as quickly as possible along with the corresponding digital offerings – and who regard the acquired expertise as a secure investment in the future. This can all be seen live in action at the Hannover Messe, at Stand H20 in Hall 14.
How can a system for the finishing of fabrics whose webs are often a good 1,000 or more metres long be managed in practice?januari 25, 2018
Easy and user-friendly operation of machines plays a vital role in modern production. That’s why leading manufacturer of textile machines Monforts, together with Lenze and the Bremen Institute for Integrated Design (IID), set up a trailblazing visualisation development project.
Do you know how to secure maximum productivity and top quality and yet still be flexible enough to achieve batch size 1?januari 17, 2018
Today more and more individually tailored, customised kitchens are made. Batch size 1 is a hot topic. Austria based leading specialist in cut-to-size saw technology Schelling developed together with Lenze an intelligent solution for a saw centre. Top player: Lenze FAST “Pick & Place” module.
Implementatie van Lenze Strategy 2020+ is gestartjanuari 2, 2018
In oktober maakte Lenze haar Strategy 2020+ bekend tijdens de persconferentie omtrent het Jaarrapport 2016/17. Om deze strategie de komende jaren te implementeren, heeft het bedrijf ruim 100 miljoen euro meer voor de toekomst gereserveerd dan het gangbare investeringsniveau. Lees meer
Wij automatiseren machines – en maken het gemakkelijkdecember 16, 2017
De 70e verjaardag vieren met ‘a Future Day of Machine Manufacturing’
Betrouwbaarheid, productiviteit en eenvoud: deze drie eigenschappen zijn fundamenteel, zelfs na 70 jaar. Het was 1947 toen Hans Lenze zijn droom begon te verwezenlijken om de wereld in beweging te zetten. In het tijdperk van Industrie 4.0 met de snelle verspreiding van digitalisering, zijn die drie kwaliteiten nog steeds belangrijke criteria bij het beoordelen van de kwaliteit van machines en volledige productielijnen. Lees meer
VACATURE: Trainees Systems Application Engineeringdecember 15, 2017
Robotics and industrial internet of things don’t sound like the newest science fiction novel to you, but rather like the future of mechanical engineering? If so, we should definitely talk. As one of the world’s leading specialists in automation technology, we are true trailblazers taking Industrie 4.0 to the next level. And we are looking for trainees to augment our Systems Engineering team to crucially enhance our international team for the future Read more
A new chapter in automationoktober 13, 2017
Lenze is opening a new chapter in automation for the coming SPS IPC Drives. With its new i950 Servo inverter, the automation specialist removes the boundaries between controller-based automation and drive-based automation. For the customer, whether he wants to have a central automation topology, a decentralised one or an intelligent mixture of the two will no longer play a role. From the viewpoint of software engineering, it will be irrelevant whether a servo inverter is integrated into the machine topology as a simple actuator, as a parameterisable axis or as a freely programmable axis when the new module of the automation platform is launched. Designed to meet the needs of the future, Lenze’s portfolio includes products for the control level, the field level and the electromechanics and ensures standardised data communication as well as data storage in the cloud.
Overall victory in the world’s first driverless raceseptember 1, 2017
For the first time ever a new category featured on the programme of Formula Student Germany at Hockenheimring: the Formula Student Driverless. This category focuses on converting existing electric racing cars to driverless mode. Overall victory in this category was won by the team from the Academic Motorsports Club Zurich (AMZ). The electric racing car with the lovely name “flüela” has MOBILE inverters by Lenze Schmidhauser. The manufacturer of drive solutions for electric and hybrid vehicles is the global player and automation specialist Lenze.
Compact and easy: the new m850 synchronous servo motorsaugustus 26, 2017
Right on time for Hannover Messe, Lenze is supplementing its portfolio with the new m850 synchronous servo motors with medium dynamic responsiveness in the upper power range. The m850 series is very compact and easy to control, and is characterised by its optimal smooth running properties. This means that the synchronous servo motors are especially suitable for positioning tasks, for example in robotics, in packaging systems and in handling systems.
#70000Lenze – People with couragemei 31, 2017
This year Lenze celebrates its 70th company anniversary. Marking the occasion, Lenze has now pressed the start button for its ‘#70000Lenze – People with courage’ campaign. The automation specialist from Hameln is to donate the proceeds to the Pink Ribbon Germany organisation, or to be more precise to PINK KIDS – a unique initiative for children and youngsters whose mothers have breast cancer.
How OEMs can launch their own IoT servicesmei 6, 2017
Many machine and systems engineering companies are still uncertain about what Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things (IoT) mean for their business model. Only a few of them have found their own strategy for dealing with the new trend. For partners of automation specialist Lenze, there is now an easy way for OEMs to create a digital business of their own with data-based added value.
Angela Merkel is Lenze’s guest at Hannover Messeapril 27, 2017
The Hannover Messe industrial trade fair traditionally begins with a walkabout by German Chancellor Merkel and the Head of State of the country chosen as the fair’s Partner Country. This year, the Chancellor was accompanied by the Prime Minister of Poland, Beata Szydło. Together, the two top politicians visited the stand of the Lenze Group, where they were joined by Lower Saxony Premier Stephan Weil, Federal Minister of Education and Research Johanna Wanke and Chairman of the Federation of German Industries Prof. Dieter Kempf.
Swifter, safer aisle traversingmaart 28, 2017
Enhanced system performance, reduced commissioning times and lower energy consumption – these are the main requirements for next-generation storage and retrieval units (SRUs). Lenze has now brought a fully rounded SRU solution package onto the market. The new automation solution has intelligent hardware and software in-side and is tailored to the requirements of modern SRUs. It offers sophisticated safety functions, simplifies engineering and improves system availability. The benefits are increased productivity, lower energy consumption and better use of space for logistics tasks.
Intelligent motor tailored for the jobmaart 22, 2017
In time for the SPS IPC Drives Lenze showcases the m350, its new compact mechatronic drive package in three sizes. The g350 is a real material flow pro – and compared to all-rounders, perfectly tailored for the job. One reason why the Motion Centric Automation experts confidently call it “technically the best solution for horizontal material handling systems”.
More power for digitisation in mechanical engineeringmaart 16, 2017
As a result of its participation in the Sindelfingen software company logicline, which was signed and sealed in the middle of March, encoway is expanding its solutions competence in the ‘Cloud’ and ‘Mobile’ areas of business. In future, customers can profit from tools and services for comprehensive digitisation – from the machine to business activities. The previous co-shareholder and managing director, Edgar Schüber, remains on-board at logicline.
Engineering with virtual twinningmaart 7, 2017
Virtual reality in machine and systems engineering: high definition VR glasses add a twist to the new computer games hitting the market daily. Lenze, on the other hand, is increasingly using this technology as an extremely effective engineering and training tool. VR’s main potential lies in making it easier to deal with the growing complexity of automation relationships, by giving programmers and design engineers live experience of their applications through a digital twin.
Lenze gearboxes with double torquejanuari 12, 2017
Torques up to 20,000 Nm: Lenze has enhanced its g500 gearbox series substantially. With the new two- and three-stage helical, bevel and shaft-mounted helical gearboxes, the Motion Centric Automation specialist is opening up new areas of use as the cast iron gearboxes provide twice as much torque as the previous range of Lenze products.
Intelligent motor tailored for the jobnovember 23, 2016
In time for the SPS IPC Drives Lenze showcases the m350, its new compact mechatronic drive package in three sizes. The m350 is a real material flow pro – and compared to all-rounders, perfectly tailored for the job. One reason why the Motion Centric Automation experts confidently call it “technically the best solution for horizontal material handling systems”.
Lenze: Safety throughout the systemnovember 5, 2016
The new Safety Controller c250-S from Lenze clears the way for projecting the entire drive, control and safety technology all as one piece. All of the machine’s safety needs can be programmed with just one engineering tool based on PLC open standard – regardless of whether the control technology is “grey” or “yellow”.
New controller improves the climate in the control cabinetseptember 28, 2016
In modern mechanical engineering, there is an emerging trend that is currently experiencing a considerable boost due to the rising demand for more flexible modes of production: machines are increasingly becoming modular. However, anyone who want to modularise needs technology that can be used without it taking up too much space. In the end, it is only thanks to the decentralised control cabinet that a module really becomes independent.
Anniversary celebrations at Lenze’s production site in Polandseptember 10, 2016
The production site at Tarnów (Poland) is celebrating its 20th anniversary: founded in 1996, today the factory stands for productivity and reliability. It forms the basis for Lenze’s competitiveness in the field of electrical engineering and is regarded as an important production site for mechanical processing within the Lenze Group. As Thomas Riegel, Managing Director of Lenze Operations GmbH explains: “160 employees work at the site, which produces mechanical components for gearboxes and assembles geared motors for the entire Lenze Group.
New electric car world recordaugustus 8, 2016
From zero to hundred in 1.513 seconds: Students of the Academic Motorsports Club Zurich (AMZ) succeeded in setting a new acceleration world record with their “grimsel” electric racing car. The electrically driven “Formula Student” racing car runs with MOBILE inverters by Lenze Schmidhauser. The manufacturer of drive solutions for electric and hybrid vehicles is a sponsor and supplier to the motor sport competition for young engineers.
Easy parameter setting per smartphonemei 3, 2016
Operating the new i500 could not be more easy or user-friendly: a WLAN diagnostics module is now available for the frequency inverter for ease of handling even in inaccessible places.
Smart Energy Recovery r700 for easy economically efficient power recoveryapril 27, 2016
Lenze’s new Smart Energy Recovery r700 takes power recovery to new levels of economic efficiency, practicality and, most importantly, simplicity.
Solutions for the factory of the futuremaart 17, 2016
“Integrated Industry – Discover Solutions” is the motto of this year’s Hanover fair. This year Lenze is focusing on practical Industry 4.0 solutions that translate into flexible, operator-friendly, energy-efficient machines.
Stacking more intelligentlydecember 18, 2015
Fully fledged robot functions in simple gantry systems and automatic stackers that are used to handle materials? With the new robotics module in the FAST application software toolbox, Lenze is paving the way for easily configurating coordinated motion along several axes.
3-5-7, at the double-quickdecember 13, 2015
Lenze injects more speed into engineering
Drive technology is one of the key elements in mechanical engineering because it is responsible for motion control. With the advent of Industry 4.0, it is becoming increasingly important to control motion as simply as possible, in machines that have to become more and more flexible. More than ever before, there is a need for machines that require parameterisation instead of programming.
Self-parameterisation: an ever-recurring topicdecember 5, 2015
i500 is the name of the radically new series of frequency inverters from Lenze, the specialist in Motion Centric Automation. The i500 sets new standards in terms of size, modularity, and easy commissioning, and it meets the highest standards of resource efficiency. Director of Innovation Frank Maier provides a look into the near future and shows how Industry 4.0 functions have been integrated into the new devices.
Reduction to the essentialsnovember 28, 2015
i500: The new frequency inverter from Lenze stands out because of its compact design, efficiency and easy commissioning
Getting rid of everything that is superfluous: Lenze is launching its new i500 series of frequency inverters, whose functions and power can be tailored to really meet all individual needs. With the i500, Lenze is offering machine builders all over the world a core product that can be used universally, while setting new standards in terms of size (compactness), adaptability to applications (modularity) and easy commissioning (usability), and at the same time meeting the highest standards of resource efficiency.
Lenze Group achieves sales record and increases profitability againoktober 8, 2015
The Lenze Group caters to customer demand globally. The company is represented in 60 countries and in every continent by its sales companies, development and production plants, and logistics centres and service stations. This offers customers all over the world the closeness that is the first prerequisite of successful cooperation.
Lower Saxony’s Prime Minister pays Lenze a visitjuli 1, 2015
Stephan Weil, the Prime Minister of Lower Saxony, visited Motion Centric Automation specialist Lenze on the 1st of July. The Prime Minister was given a tour of the Lenze production plant at the Gross Berkel site, and he was also shown the Lenze Education Centre, where the company trains its roughly 90 trainees in business and technical skills.
Successful international cooperationjuni 24, 2015
International cooperation between students and companies across the “Big Pond” leads to outstanding results. This has been proven once more by a student project involving the Institute for Drive Technology and Power Electronics at Leibniz University in Hannover, Germany, the Polytechnic Institute of Purdue University in West Lafayette, USA, and Lenze, the specialist in drive and automation technology.
Power regeneration can be so easyapril 13, 2015
Lenze is presenting the prototype of a new kind of solution for feeding energy back into mains and is demonstrating its strength as an innovator once again. The concept’s main features are its easy handling, compact design, and great efficiency.
Lenze presents new kind of gesture-controlled operating sys-tem for machine visualisationfebruari 6, 2015
Both innovative and user-friendly, the new multitouch-based operating system for the visualisation makes it easy to operate and monitor machines. The system boasts an impressive ergonomic gesture-controlled operating unit, familiar to us from the daily use of smartphones and tablets. It represents a successful combination of the most up-to-date hardware, innovative software and an ergonomic operating concept. Optimal scalability is ensured by a number of different hardware and software variants.
Leadership in Engineering Winners: Lenze best in mechatronicsdecember 11, 2014
Design World Magazine and online network today announced the winners of the 2014 Leadership in Engineering program. Design World recognizes Lenze as best in mechatronics.