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  • Pack Expo Connects 2020 - Wrap-Up


    The Pack Expo Connects 2020 virtual trade show wrapped up Friday, November 13, 2020. Pack Expo is one of the biggest shows we attend each year, where we look forward to presenting our latest motion control solutions to packaging machinery OEMs and meeting with customers face-to-face. Because of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, this year’s show went completely virtual with an exciting new platform for hosted content and live demos of products and machinery.

  • End-of-Life Notification on Legacy Products


    A handful of products are approaching end-of-life (EoL), meaning that we can no longer manufacture them. The affected products are legacy drive and control products that have been around for many years.

  • Pack Expo Connects 2020


    Connect with Applied Motion Products at Pack Expo Connects 2020, the newly formatted virtual trade show event from PMMI. Attendees from previous Pack Expo shows gave their feedback to show management about what they liked best from in-person events. Show planners listened and the result is what is shaping up to be an industry-leading event.

  • Groundbreaking for New Corporate Headquarters


    Applied Motion Products marked another important milestone in the construction of our new headquarters. On August 6, after delays related to the COVID-19 pandemic, a groundbreaking ceremony took place on the site of the new building in the Madrone Business Park in Morgan Hill, CA. Board members and staff from Applied Motion Products and parent company Shanghai Moons Electric were on hand, along with developers Toeniskoetter, architects Eaton Hall, representatives from the City of Morgan Hill, and local press.

  • MDX Integrated Servo Motors are Now UL Recognized


    Applied Motion Products increases the acceptance of MDX Integrated Servo Motors into industrial motion control applications with UL Recognition on all models. This certification assures users in the United States and Canada that these motors meet high quality standards for electrical safety.

  • Applied Motion Welcomes Joel Thomas


    Applied Motion Products is excited to welcome Joel Thomas to our sales team. Joel has spent the last six years as a Senior Account Manager for iAutomation, increasing market share for the automation components distributor in the Carolinas and selling a portfolio of industrial automation products. Focused on OEM sales, Joel has experience selling into a variety of industries including pharmaceutical equipment, food and beverage manufacturing, aerospace, material handling, and automotive.

  • TruCount™ Encoders Enable Multi-Turn, Absolute Positioning Feedback


    Applied Motion Products provides a series of integrated motors featuring multi-turn, absolute encoders that do not require batteries or external power to track position when the motor is powered off. The new encoders, called TruCount™ Encoders, make use of a special energy harvesting technique to enable battery-less functionality.

  • HEIDENHAIN and Applied Motion Products Partner to Expedite New Ventilator Project


    SCHAUMBURG, IL (May 2020) – In a collaborative effort to support the healthcare industry during this COVID-19 crisis, HEIDENHAIN is working with Applied Motion Products, Inc. to expedite critical components to a large manufacturer of ventilators. Now in various stages of delivery, the Applied Motion Products’ StepSERVO™ Integrated Motors equipped with HEIDENHAIN’s RENCO encoders are making their way into the production of 5,000 new life-saving medical devices.

  • 2020 Webinar Series


    Join Applied Motion Products in this regular webinar series. We’ll review new products in detail and share valuable information about emerging motion control technology.

  • Webinar on Power over Ethernet (PoE) in Motion Control


    Power over Ethernet, or PoE, provides a novel power solution for Ethernet-connected devices. Today, PoE technology is being applied to motion control with the development of integrated motors that utilize a single PoE connection for both DC power and Ethernet communications. This webinar will walk through the basics of PoE and how it can be applied to motion control applications, as well as the features of integrated motors that are taking advantage of the technology.