Kollmorgen to Present Next-Generation Motion Solutions for Robotic Applications at RoboBusiness 2018
August 30, 2018      

RADFORD, Va. — Attendees of the 2018 RoboBusiness expo are invited to visit Booth 505, where Kollmorgen will feature its newest motion solutions for designers and manufacturers of commercial robotics and intelligent systems. RoboBusiness will be in Santa Clara, Calif., from Sept. 25 to 27. Throughout the show, the company will offer exciting live demos, and experts will be available to discuss real-world applications.

Kollmorgen will highlight its full range of high-performance housed rotary servos, frameless, and stepper motors, including the award-winning KBMTM and TBMTM lines. Kollmorgen motors are optimized for fit and performance with industry-standard strain wave gearing and industry-leading torque density, enabling smaller, lighter, faster robots.

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The company has a long history of enabling robotic innovation, technical excellence, and speed to market for customers through innovative motor designs. It has mobilized hundreds of thousands of robotic joints and arms for applications including collaborative robots, industrial articulated robots, and medical robots.

In addition, Kollmorgen has provided motion solutions for automated guided vehicles (AGVs) such as mobile picking/sorting robots, carts, tuggers, and self-driving forklifts.

About Kollmorgen

Since its founding in 1916, Kollmorgen’s innovative solutions have brought big ideas to life, kept the world safer, and improved peoples’ lives.

Today, its world-class knowledge of motion systems and components, industry-leading quality, and deep expertise in linking and integrating standard and custom products continually delivers breakthrough motion solutions that are unmatched in performance, reliability, and ease of use. This gives machine builders around the world an irrefutable marketplace advantage and provides their customers with ultimate peace of mind.

For more information visit www.kollmorgen.com, email [email protected], or call 540-633-3545.