Elmo Motion Control
Elmo’s ultimate multi-axis solutions pushes the boundaries of what is possible to accomplish in the world of motion automation. With precision, accuracy, speed, and power Elmo’s products have been consistently chosen to drive the worlds most advanced robotics from the biggest names in the industry. With smart, ultra-small network based servo drives, and the ability of the OEM to mount them directly on the robot joints reduces cabling and increases the overall reliability of the system. Elmo’s proven record in the field of high end motion-control robotics is instrumental in raising the development process to the highest levels of multi-axis performance and the capabilities of any project.
Harmonic Drive’s mission is to provide motion control solutions that give our customers a competitive advantage. To accomplish this we continually invest in the growth of our employees and in our company’s capabilities. Harmonic Drive, LLC engineers and manufactures precision servo actuators, gearheads and gear component sets. We work closely with both Fortune 500 and companies of all sizes to understand their application requirements and provide a standard or, in most cases, a custom-engineered solution to enable the success of their design project. Since the beginning, our engineering and production teams have continued to develop enabling technologies and products for the evolving motion control market.
KUKA Robotics Corporation
KUKA Robotics Corporation – part of the KUKA Group – is a leading global supplier of industrial robots and intelligent automation solutions. KUKA robots are utilized in a diverse range of industries including the appliance, automotive, aerospace, consumer goods, logistics, food, pharmaceutical, medical, foundry and plastics industries as well as multiple applications including material handling, machine loading, assembly, packaging, palletizing, welding, bending, joining, and surface finishing. KUKA robots range from 3 kg to 1,300 kg payloads, and 540 mm to 3,900 mm reach, all controlled from a common PC based controller platform. The KUKA Group is also comprised of KUKA Industries, KUKA Systems and Swisslog with sales of around 3.2 billion euro and around 14,200 employees.
LEMO’s high quality Push-Pull circular connectors are used in a variety of challenging environments and applications including medical, industrial control, test and measurement, audio-video and telecommunications.
Stress Engineering Services
Stress Engineering Services combines technical knowledge and industry experience to offer a range of services, including material characterization, design, systems engineering, risk management, manufacturing support, and testing. Our services help clients achieve not only technical success in avoidance or remediation of failures, but also commercial success in removing costs, risk, and time from their process and product designs. We offer our clients the highest level of engineering combined with advanced testing facilities to support their phase 0 concept design, product development, sustaining, cost reduction, manufacturing, and failure analysis needs. We use a combination of computer modeling and simulation, materials engineering, testing, manufacturing, and human factors to solve problems to allow our clients to produce more reliable products. SES has supported the development of multiple robotic surgical systems as well as spending 25+ years supporting surgical procedure development. We recognize that reliability and repeatability of complex systems are critical to improving patient outcomes. Other industries in medical technology that are serviced by SES include drug delivery, implantable devices, reprocessing equipment, diagnostic devices, and capital surgical equipment. We have labs focused on materials, product testing, and packaging. We are ISO 13485:2016 & ISTA certified.
PracticePoint is a membership-based research, development, and commercialization alliance founded to advance healthcare technologies. The focus is on smart and secure medical devices that interact with the physical world to improve the promise of patient-centric care.