Inspiring e-Motion in your designs.
Committed to being your world-class partner of intelligent mechatronic drive technology, servo systems and mechanical components, WITTENSTEIN uses the power of science, innovation and forward thinking engineering to provide you cutting-edge technology for motion.
Since pioneering the alpha servo planetary gear reducer in 1983, support and motion requirements from the market have continued to change and WITTENSTEIN is well positioned to deliver reliable products and services to its customers and partners.
Thinking beyond the traditional, WITTENSTEIN is constantly creating new motion solutions and services based on the MINI (Miniaturization, Integration, Intelligence) principle. Moving your world means more than manufacturing a product that fits your needs. It means ease of business with pre- and post-sales support and developing tools and software to assist you in your design process.
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WITTENSTEIN SE has launched a new sensor technology, cynapse, designed as a new self-monitoring gearbox with built-in tracking of vibration, temperature, acceleration and mounting position of the gearbox. Designed to promote machine uptime and deter line downs, the high-precision servo gearbox with cynapse sensor technology consists of three significant features: Product Identification: The gearbox features […][Read More]
WITTENSTEIN alpha, a provider of high-precision servo gearboxes and drive systems, has launched a new corrosion resistant gearbox to support the increasing market demand for components that can withstand processing, overspray and cleaning environments. Ideal for food processing, bottling and packaging machines, NPL-W features a painted, corrosion resistant housing with no gaps, depressions, undercuts, dead […][Read More]
Automated mobile equipment, which transports items in warehouses and freight centers as well as assembly operations, continues to boost demand for power-transmission and motion control systems. In fact, the worldwide mobile-robot market will reach nearly $15 billion by 2026, according to researchandmarkets.com. Almost all run off electric-motor drivetrains that are relatively expensive upfront but with […][Read More]