Celera Motion = MicroE + Applimotion
We are excited to introduce Celera Motion – the new name of the combined businesses of MicroE and Applimotion. Derived from the Latin word “celer” for quick and swift, the name Celera reflects our commitment to delivering motion control solutions that accelerate our customers’ ability to deliver innovative solutions to their markets. Celera Motion’s cohesive vision, expertise, technologies and consultative team approach make us the trusted partner to help solve your most challenging motion control problems.
Celera Motion’s precision component and subsystem solutions solve application-specific challenges for technology-driven medical and advanced industrial original equipment manufacturers around the world.
The MicroE and Applimotion product brand names and positioning will remain unchanged, as will our long-standing and unwavering commitment to product quality and delivery.
The use of the Celera Motion name is effective immediately, and will be implemented over the remainder of 2015.
We welcome the opportunity to discuss how our motion control expertise can help you accelerate your innovation. Bring the challenge. We’ll build the solution.
About the Celera Motion brands The MicroE brand of miniature precision optical encoders is available in several form factors and mounting options with incremental and absolute interfaces and resolutions up to 1.2nm. A wi...
About the Celera Motion brands
The MicroE brand of miniature precision optical encoders is available in several form factors and mounting options with incremental and absolute interfaces and resolutions up to 1.2nm. A wide selection of rotary and linear scales are available delivering accuracy up to 1μm.
Offering the highest level of design and application expertise, the Applimotion brand of direct drive motors and actuators provide a wide range of solutions that are optimized to solve its customers' motion control system challenges. Applimotion provides optimized solutions ranging from direct drive motor components to fully engineered, validated and tested products and value-add assemblies.
Published by Celera Motion on Jun 24, 2015
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Robot Joint Design Guidelines
The purpose of this technical note is to provide an example of how to properly integrate motor, encoder, and gear assemblies into a robotic joint design using precision zero backlash gearing, a brushless frameless direct drive motor kit, and two high resolution encoder kits.