KHG

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KHGKatholische Hochschulgemeinde (German: Catholic University Community)
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KHGKosova Hackers Group
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KHGKerntechnische Hilfs GmbH (Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany)
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After winning the chance to produce a new overmolded metal contact for an automaker's vehicle lighting systems, KHG got to work designing the production system for this part.
KHG was impressed by the logic: "We saw that a six-axis robot would have taken too much space and had too limited a reach, said CEO Lutz Karrenberg.
In the KHG cells, this robot begins the production process, picking up four stamped and bent metal contacts (two right-hand and two left) from the shuttle table of the punching and bending unit.
By dramatically augmenting the functionality of E67 and evolving Euromap protocols (E79, E81), Sepro's Easy Package not only enables and simplifies the integration and control of injection machines and robots, but also of complete production systems--like KHG's twin production cells.
KHG operates 22 hotels in nine states: Tennessee, eight; Alabama, North Carolina and Mississippi, three each; and Connecticut, Illinois, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Texas, one each.
But resistance on the part of the states made it impossible to introduce compulsory investment allowances, so the law as enacted gives the states the possibility to choose between the two investment funding models ([section]10 KHG).
Cybernetix, which makes robots for INTRA and KHG, can make robots capable of withstanding radiation exposure of about 1,000 times the requested level, the sources said.
This means that the KHG plant, located in the Viennese suburb of Vosendorf, may well hold the honor for packaging coffee in more different languages than any other.
To fullfill its range of market demands, KHG offers almost every kind of coffee blend from 100% Robusta to 100% Arabica, for home and Horeca (foodservice) use, from inexpensive coffees to some of the most expensive, as ground and whole bean, in vacuum packs and tins.
That the company is organized to serve a larger and more diffuse market than Austria's is clear: 60% of KHG roasted coffee production is exported.
In addition to roasted and processed coffee products, the company also markets a quite considerable tonnage of green coffee to clients in Eastern Europe (pursuing the theme of versatility, a little of this is even packaged at the KHG plant, for sale in those markets where the tradition of at-home roasting has lingered).