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Apex Dynamics BV is since 2006 the supplier in the Benelux of high-precision low backlash planetary and spiral bevel gearboxes, racks and pinions. We are known for providing service at the highest level, which starts with enthusiastically maintaining close and personal contact with all our customers and partners.

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Part of building a Formula Student race car is maintaining it. Pushing the car to its limits during competition and during testing means that you maintain it, to keep it in optimal shape. Team URE does this maintenance in their own workshop. This post will be part of a series where they explore their workshop and everything they do within it - under the name: Workshop Wednesdays!

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In response to the current market demands, Apex Dynamics has expanded its AB and AF series with multiple transmission ratios. These high-end planetary gearboxes can be delivered immediately from stock with different (binary) ratios.

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BMO Automation opted for Apex Dynamics rack systems to move an innovative articulated arm robot on a linear axis. The new robot cell has a greater reach than comparable installations and also creates more space for the operator, which also makes it possible to automate CNC machines which are difficult to load. The fast, perfectly fitting solution from Apex Dynamics, combined with the short delivery time was decisive for the choice of BMO Automation.

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The automotive student teams at TU/e are the publicity and technological showpieces of the university. For years now, Solar Team Eindhoven, STORM and TU/ecomotive have been providing the media world, in print and video form, with fascinating material. But all these teams are following in the footsteps of a single predecessor: University Racing Eindhoven. Or, as it was still called in 2003, Formula Student Racing Team Eindhoven. This year URE is celebrating its third lustrum. (written by Tim Gerth, Cursor TU/e)

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