Parker’s Electromechanical and Drives Division will be exhibiting at SPIE Photonics West 2019 in San Francisco, February 5 to 7, 2019. Every year, more than 20,000 attendees come to the world’s largest photonics technologies event to learn about the latest research as well as find the latest devices and systems that use new technologies to enable advancements in translational biophotonics, global healthcare, understanding of the brain, new lasers for manufacturing, applications of 3D technologies, photonics-based consumer products, and more.
Exhibiting at the show for its second year in a row, Parker is excited to share its high-precision electromechanical solutions with attendees.
Visit Parker’s booth #4685 to speak with motion technology experts about applications … and to check out Parker’s capabilities:
- High-precision linear motor stage demos, highlighting precision requirements such as step & settle movements and profiling without following error
- Precision linear and rotary actuators
- Drives and controls
- Value added services such as quality control using laser-based precision testing
- Engineering expertise to provide customers complete motion system solutions.
Visit for a chance to win a $100 Amazongift card at Photonics West
Stop at Parker’s booth during the show and have your badge scanned to be automatically entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card. The winner will be announced at noon on the final day of the show, February 7th. In addition, Parker will have other fun and informational handouts to share with those interested in learning about high-precision motion technology and how Parker can provide one with the right solution.
A division of Parker Hannifin Corporation’s Motion Systems Group, Electromechanical & Drives Division offers a wide range of motion control systems to meet any application need. Designed for easy configuration to make complete motion systems ranging from miniature precision for life sciences to overhead gantries for the factory floor. Custom original equipment manufacturer solutions ranging from electronic propulsion for hybrid vehicles to multi ton granite based multi axis high speed laser guided machine centers. For more information, visit parker.com/emdusa.
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