WHY IS MICROMO THE LEADER WITH MICRO MOTION SOLUTIONS?EXCELLENCE IN MICRO MOTION SOLUTIONS
For over 50 years, MICROMO has partnered with a range of markets to provide the highest precision and highest performance motion systems and components based on dc motor technology. MICROMO combines the widest range of linear and rotary motion solutions with value-added services and the global resources of the FAULHABER Group to provide a variety of benchmark custom motion solutions across markets, such as medical devices, robotics, aerospace, optics, and semiconductor equipment.
MICROMO is ISO 9001 13485 certified and RoHS compliant. With the FAULHABER Group’s ISO 14001 certification, MICROMO provides the highest quality standards for the design, development and manufacturing of fractional horsepower drive systems for such markets as medical, robotics and aerospace and defense.
TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP—IT ALL STARTED DECADES AGO WITH THE “FAULHABER COIL.”
Decades ago, Dr. Faulhaber patented the first self-supporting, ironless, skew-wound rotor coil, and the FAULHABER Group motor technologies grew from this revolutionary patented system. The system centers on winding hollow, low-inertia moving coils for maximum power and efficiency in the smallest physical spaces. By remaining close to the company’s engineering roots, MICROMO is the premier provider of micro motion control systems. MICROMO’s product line includes fractional horsepower DC coreless motors, PMDC motors up to 1,000 Watts, brushless DC motors, stepper motors, piezo motors, linear servo motors, precision gearboxes, optical and magnetic encoders, fail-safe brakes, tachometers and tacho-generators, controllers, micromechanical systems, complete servo systems, and custom subassemblies that incorporate these products for integration into OEM devices.
IT’S ALL HERE IN NORTH AMERICA
From concept to delivery, MICROMO (Clearwater, FL) provides it all. With on-site machining and assembly facilities, a versatile standard product line, and over 5,000 special executions, customization is MICROMO’s strength. MICROMO’s operations include a state-of-the-art CNC machining center, a 12,000 ft2 clean room assembly operation (class 100,000 capable), on-line product acceptance of both finished product and incoming goods, and a design, R & D and engineering testing center. All application work is carried out by in-house engineering staff. MICROMO’s engineering team partners with over 3,000 customers for the design, speci- fication and after sales support of industry leading motion control products. With extensive local inventory and online product analysis and purchase via the MICROMO Motion System Selector, many products can be delivered in three days or less to meet immediate design and testing requirements.
MICROMO (FAULHABER Group) is the quality leader for custom micro motion solutions and full service capabilities. MICROMO offers excel- lence in micro motor and encoder technology as well as design customization. MICROMO brings together value-added services and cutting-edge technologies from around the world through high efficiency, high performance offerings, such as brushed, brushless, stepper, thin-profile DC, piezoelectric and linear motors for diverse applications (www.micromo.com). Founded in 1961 and based in Florida, MICROMO provides a variety of linear and rotary motion solutions for the North American market. MICROMO is part of the global FAULHABER Group, which has over 1,600 team members worldwide.
MICROMO is your full service, value added outsourcing partner:
• ISO 9001 and 13485 certification
• Custom design and complete clean room subassembly
• Express prototyping
• Machining center
• State-of-the-art testing laboratory
• Energy-efficient solutions and enhanced product life
MICROMO’s benchmark contributions with motion solutions are a part of many leading products and applications in markets such as Medical Devices, Robotics and Automation, Optics and Photonics, Aerospace, Defense and Instrumentation.
14881 Evergreen Ave.
Clearwater, FL 33762
T: (800) 807-9166
F: (727) 572-7763
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