Balluff USA

8125 Holton Drive
Florence, KY 41042

Phone: 800-543-8390
Fax: 859-727-4823

Recent Content on for Balluff USA

May 11, 2015
Balluff appoints president/CEO
Sensor provider Balluff Inc., Florence, Ky., has appointed Tony Canonaco as president effective immediately and as CEO effective Aug. 1. Kent Howard,...
September 17, 2014
Balluff opens customer support center in Kentucky
Balluff has opened its new customer support center in Florence, Ky. The grand opening celebration included a ceremonial ribbon cutting, as well as...
August 21, 2014
Reshoring to Kentucky in Balluff’s Global Production Plan
With the 2014 completion of Balluff's new customer support and training center in Florence, Ky., space is available for expansion in the company’s...
May 27, 2014
Miniature metal inductive sensor made for extreme applications
Balluff expands its inductive sensor miniature line with the addition of the BES R04 block sensor. The metal-housed inductive sensor is suitable for...
May 2, 2014
Balluff named second-best place to work in Kentucky
Balluff Inc., Florence, Ky., a manufacturer of inductive, photoelectric, vision, capacitive, and magnetic sensors, has been recognized in the 10th...
December 2, 2013
Electronic sensors augment error-proofing, quality control programs
Manufacturing is changing—the old hands are retiring, and many left the industry suddenly in the wake of the 2009 downturn. The workforce is smaller and less experienced than before, yet the demands for quality and consistency have never been higher. Electronic sensing and measuring systems can help with inspection and error-proofing in this demanding situation.
December 6, 2012
Balluff adds staff in marketing, sales
Balluff Inc., a Florence, Ky., manufacturer of sensor technology for industrial automation, has announced the addition of several new positions in...
October 31, 2011
Balluff celebrates 90th anniversary
Balluff, a manufacturer of sensors for factory automation and systems for industrial communication with headquarters in Neuhausen, Germany, marks...
January 13, 2009
Using analog technology to errorproof the stamping process
Ensuring part quality and protecting dies are important considerations for any stamping operation. In-die analog sensors can help stampers reduce setup errors and downtime while achieving optimum part quality. This article discusses different applications for analog sensors.
September 16, 2008
Sensors evolve to meet new errorproofing role
Having the right sensors in your operation can make the difference between poor- and high-quality production. Today's sensors have evolved dramatically to fit tight spaces and accomplish more tasks than earlier versions. New technology merging sensor and vision systems is allowing manufacturers to have the best of both in a single device.

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