MOTION CONTROLLERS

Motion Controller

Motion Control is an essential and the most important part in ROBOTICS and CNC machinery,   where kinematics and motions are much complex. Our motion controls from  leading suppliers such as TRIO MOTION, GALIL and DELTA with its MOTION CONTROL NETWORK are widely used in printing, packaging, assembling industries, in semiconductor production, etc.

We offer systems allowing to control up to 64 servo or stepper motors all controlled from a single master.

  • High-Speed Motion Control
    DELTA High Speed Motion Control

    Delta High-Speed Motion Control System (DMCNET) is a high speed and real time communication system, capable of controlling up to 12 servo system units within 1ms simultaneously. It can accept double precision floating point values 64-bits wide and provide up to 1,280,000 pulse/rev resolution so the servo system can make accurate calculations and provide operation flexibility. DMCNET is the best integrated platform for multi-axis and synchronous motion control in a wide range of machine tools and industrial applications.

  • Multi-Axis Motion Control
    Galil Prior Generation Motion Controller

    Galil Motion Control is the leading supplier of high-performance, cost-effective and easy-to-use controllers with over 500,000 controllers installed world-wide. Galil's complete line of motion controllers includes single and multi-axis; Single-Axis controller series offers cost-effective, compact solutions for single-axis simple applications, meanwhile the multi-axis motion controller provides an intelligent solution for I/Os.

  • TRIO Motion Controller
    Trio Motion Technology

    Trio Motion Technology’s range of motion controllers, Expansion Modules, I/O modules and keypads are designed to enable the control of industrial machines with the minimum of external components. In many applications, Trio’s range can be combined to build a control system capable of driving a multi-axis machine and all its auxiliary equipment.The Motion Coordinator system allows to control up to 64 servo or stepper motors with Digital I/O and additional equipment such as keypads and displays all controlled from a single master. Systems may be used with a stand alone program or alternatively commands can be sent from an external computer.