Cost-effectively and sustainably improving movement in your application – that is our goal when we develop new products. And we have plenty of them ready to go for the autumn trade shows: 178 innovations, including ball bearing all-rounders made from recycled plastic and smart, low-cost condition monitoring for energy supply systems.
igus motion plastics show (imps) - the virtual/real trade show
All new products can be viewed here on the website, in the catalogue, or at our virtual/real imps trade show stand, which you can explore on your own or as part of a guided tour.
Have fun looking around. And as always, if you don't find something you need, please feel free to reach out to us. Finding new ways to improve what moves - that's our thing.
Clip-type linear carriage with clamp function
Easy installation, adjustment, and locking
Linear carriage instead of recirculating ball bearing guides, now in stainless steel
Conductive and highly resistant
Plain bearing upgrade with longer service life and FDA approval
Environmentally friendly rotation
Green ball bearing all-rounder made of recycled material
Energy chains 22 innovations for e-chains in detail
Cables 11 innovations for chainflex cables in detail
Harnessed systems 7 innovations for readychain and readycable
smart plastics 14 innovations for smart plastics in detail
Sustainable innovation ... the cradle chain, made from recycled plastic
Our news catalogue is not only available as a printed version, but also as an interactive web brochure. Besides product presentation with technical data, dimensions and pictures, it contains links to the online shop, white papers, blog posts and explanatory videos.
You can simply download the whole catalogue or individual pages and share them with colleagues via mail, chat or social media.
A bike that does not rust. No maintenance, no lubricants. Together with mtrl and other strong partners, we are building the urban bike of tomorrow: robust, durable and soon sustainably produced from recycled plastic waste. Answers to your questions about the igus:bike project can now be found 👉 briefly and concisely in the FAQs.
The game is played entirely in a fictional Rover factory. The goal: With the help of motion plastics, production is to be gradually upgraded, the system will be less susceptible to maintenance and downtimes will be reduced.
Also available as a PDF (bearing technology | e-chain systems) and as a free printed version.
Sustainability from production to application and recycling. Read about what we do at igus.