Elmo is the answer to industry needs for increasingly complex, high-tech motion control solutions. With over 20 years of accumulated knowledge and experience, global representation, and renowned reliability, we are always one-step-ahead in developing innovative, feature-rich, high power-density, and ultra-compact products that give our clients a competitive edge.
We are proud to say that our digital servo drives and network motion controllers have been integrated by leading machine manufacturers around the world in a wide variety of challenging industries – be it industrial or military, where performance, precision and consistency of operation are paramount.
We constantly pour resources and soul into improving our technology, products, services, and business processes. We understand and meet our customer’s requirements and expectations consistently and timeously. We are committed to advancing the motion control industry as a whole.
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Elmo Motion Control receives ISO 14001 certificationSeptember 23, 2020 10:55am
Elmo Motion Control, a manufacturer of innovative motion control technologies, today announced that it is has been certified to the ISO 14001 standard for environmental management systems. This provides independent, internationally recognized assurance that Elmo complies with all regulations and laws relating to environmental protection and emergency preparedness. Granting of ISO 14001 Certification confirms Elmo’s […][Read More]
Xponential 2016 show will feature ultra-high current, ultra-small servodrivesApril 21, 2016 9:27am
Elmo Motion Control USA in Nashua, N.H. says it will introduce its new world-class motion controller and exhibit intelligent servodrives with advanced networking at XPONENTIAL 2016, the premier unmanned systems exhibition sponsored by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International. This year, Elmo Motion Control will highlight three main products, The Gold Bee, Gold Eagle500… [Read More]
Elmo’s flying vision corrects position on the flyJuly 14, 2015 11:00am
Some advanced motion-control applications — especially in the semiconductor and medical industries — need changes to target positions on the fly. Usually, the need for position changes arises...[Read More]