Get all the support your motion challenges demand

At Performance Motion Devices, we provide more than products. We provide the service and support you need to meet all of your motion control challenges and achieve long-term product success.

Talk to our engineers, whenever you need them

Whether you’re a Performance Motion Devices customer or a first-time visitor to our site, we’re here to talk with you about your engineering challenges and how we can help.  We provide support for up-front motion consultation, schematic reviews, software and tuning assistance, and other problems you might run into.

Equipment Makers or OEM Engineers

If you are an equipment maker, designer, or OEM, we provide technical information and support during business hours – 9:00 am to 6:00 pm US ET. Please email or call us at +1-978-266-1210

Contract Manufacturers

If you are a Contract Manufacturer for one of our OEM customers, we provide support via email to

"Any time I’ve ever had a problem, I get a response within a couple of hours, at most. And if it isn’t the answer, it’s that they’re working on it."

~ OEM for the Semiconductor Industry

Solve Your Motion Control Challenge With PMD

The Next Frontier for Medical Device Motion Controllers

Miniaturization allows a range of 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 Engineering360 and sponsored by PMD.

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Motion Control Technology Trends for Medical Applications

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.

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Improve Liquid Handling Throughput

Understand how to implement a high-speed motion system on a Liquid Handling gantry that is aware of system clearances so that it can start an X/Y move, while a Z-axis move is still ongoing. Improve move times by 25% over conventional coordinated moves.

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