All Motion

AllMotion Inc. develops and manufactures miniature high-performance stepper and servo drives for the medical, scientific, optical and general automation markets. Our mission is to create superior, ultra-compact motion control solutions that reduce costs and readily integrate into OEM instrumentation designs across a wide range of industries. R&D efforts are centered on core competencies of small form factor components that deliver precise positioning control and ease of use.

AllMotion provides off-the shelf motion control devices and custom solutions based on its EZStepper and EZServo motor driver technology. Our servo motor controllers and brushless DC motor controllers feature quadrature encoder feedback, and are programmable to allow standalone operation. Based in San Jose, California, the company has proven leadership in miniature motion control, with a full line of intelligent driver/controllers.

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Controller-drivers steer stepper-motor-driven sample-transfer machine

Gatan Inc. makes specimen-preparation equipment and recently built an alpha prototype of a new machine. The iPrep prototype mounts to a scanning electron microscope (SEM) and shuttles samples back and forth between a processing chamber and SEM receiving dock. Within the processing chamber, two broad-beam ion guns polish samples. The iPrep’s automated transfer mechanism allows […]

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Compact controllers provide precision to lab technology

By Terry Persun, Contributing Editor Tomtec has over forty years of experience in the designing and manufacturing of automated liquid handling equipment. Their Quadra4 is the latest to receive upgraded design components for a liquid handling workstation for life science workflows. The workstation is designed using a fixed-head, air displacement syringe design, which services a [Read More]


Step motor control ensures accurate scanning

Even the highest quality metrology equipment can’t truly shine without a motion controller that functions with the same level of precision. H2Optx’s mPAT LAB multiplexed Raman and Optical microscope system needed a motion control platform that was easy to use and would allow quick integration during the prototyping stage of the design cycle. H2Optx Inc. [Read More]

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