At Celera Motion, we see things a little differently. The principles of precision are in our DNA, impacting everything we do from how we design our advanced motion control solutions, to how we support you and your unique applications.
Formed by renowned building blocks MicroE, Zettlex, Applimotion, Ingenia and many other trusted brands, accurate encoders, position sensors, direct drive motors, and servo drives are some of the smallest and most powerful in the industry.
They easily integrate into your applications to power best-in-class solutions and bring them to market FASTER: position sensors and encoders for surgical robots, efficient drives and motors for satellite communications, advanced servo drives for 3D industrial solutions, and so much more.
We are committed to delivering a better customer experience, and that includes providing knowledgeable and responsive support for all of our precision motion components. We continuously add to our comprehensive library of technical papers, videos, and other essential information so
you get the answers you need when you need them.
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We’re laser-focused on providing the tremendous value that can only come from delivering the most efficient, compact, and
versatile motion control solutions. They help you get to market faster with cutting
edge, successful innovations.
Here’s just one example of how we create higher value with our best-in-class torque for robot joints.
Mark Holcomb: Applications Engineering Manager
If you’re looking for big air, Lake Shasta in California is the best. But wait until after 6 pm, when all the day-trippers leave and the water returns to optimal, glassy surf conditions.
Jennifer Perry: Sr. Customer Experience Manager
Little known fact – more than half of Americans can’t swim. They’re missing out because swimming works every major muscle in your body – something you definitely feel after the first swim of the season.
Dave Bratton: Sales and Operations Manager
Every time I ride, I find myself making mental calculations about turns and stops. Did you know that 75% of the motorcycle’s grip comes from the front tire when taking a corner? I guess I do see motion control everywhere!