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Engineering applications are not a one-size-fits-all proposition. We can customize nearly everything we sell, from modifying housings and mechanical interfaces to fine-tuning performance parameters. Interested in custom assemblies?
In today’s lean staffing environment, engineering and purchasing departments alike have limited time to accomplish their goals. Although our customers come to us first and foremost for motion, they frequently need machine automation parts and assistance. That is why also offer a comprehensive array of automation technologies. Our partners enable us to deliver the same quality and variety in our automation portfolio as in our other product lines. To this, add the experience and product knowledge of our applications engineers.
Whether you are building a portable medical device or an orbital space telescope, you will find that Motion Solutions is a one-stop shop for components, guidance, and expertise. Can’t find what you need? Reach out to our Engineered Solutions team for customized products, subassemblies, and designs.
Machine Automation: As the trend toward the industrial Internet of Things gains momentum, the requirements of machine automation are broadening. Components need intelligence, memory, and above all, connectivity. Building equipment now involves sensors, process control, PLCs, and the infrastructure to enable components to not only communicate with one another but to link to the Internet for discovery and control. Learn more
Safety: Safety began with protecting worker health. While that remains the core mandate, safety today grows ever more sophisticated. With the addition of safety-enabled drives and PLCs, safety systems implement functional safety to deliver much higher levels of operational equipment effectiveness (OEE). Learn more
Sensors: Sensor technology plays a variety of essential roles in machine automation. Sensors provide information about products during manufacturing. They deliver updates about the condition of the equipment, to help guide maintenance and prevent downtime. Sensors also provide feedback on the motion of the motor to ensure accurate positioning. A range of sensor technologies have been developed to address different applications and environments. Learn more