Since 1992, Performance Motion Devices has helped companies meet a diverse array of motion control challenges across multiple industries and applications.
We are the product provider of choice for motion control in medical and life sciences applications, and our customers are some of the largest manufacturers of automation and robotics equipment in the world. We run motors in 3D printers and nano-position stages, robotic surgery systems, radio-telescopes, and semiconductor capital equipment.
PMD delivers the ultra-high levels of stability, reliability, and long-term availability demanded by FDA-approved healthcare and life sciences applications. We also provide the speed, smoothness, and precision crucial to applications in semiconductor, robotics, 3D printing, and other industries.
~ Senior Engineering Manager, Surgical and Medical Instrument OEM
Step motors are known to be noisy and tend to vibrate when moving. This deep dive explains how you can reduce, and in some cases eliminate, step motor noise & vibration problems.
Here we look at four important trends in motion control technology for applications involving medical and laboratory equipment. Underlying all four trends are rapid and radical changes in the cost of computing power and amplifier electronics.
Miniaturization allows medical devices to be both portable and battery-powered. But, what is the next big frontier for motion controllers? Get insight from 4 motion control experts in this webinar hosted by IEEE and sponsored by PMD.
The Juno MC71113, MC73113, and MC78113 are newly released ICs that provide velocity control of 3-phase Brushless DC and DC Brush motors with advanced features such as PI velocity loop control, programmable velocity estimation, and more.