East Aurora, N.Y. ‚â€“ Moog Inc. (NYSE: MOG.A and MOG.B ) has acquired Berkeley Process Control, Inc. for $14 million in order to add a line-up of high-performance motion-control products for improving manufacturing processes across an array of industrial applications. Berkeley‚â€™s motion control software and hardware not only automate the precision handling of semiconductor wafers but also enhance the speed, quality and safety of welding for complex technical applications.
Berkeley‚â€™s flagship product ‚â€“ the BX-300‚â„¢ Motion & Machine Controller ‚â€“ is a pre-integrated hardware and software platform for motion control. The flexible architecture of the BX-300‚â„¢ enables manufacturers to design sophisticated solutions for complex motion control challenges. The flexibility of this product also accelerates the time it takes machine builders to bring new designs to market, which is a competitive advantage.
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