Grand opening of Celera Motion's new Rocklin, California facility
Friday, August 31, 2018
Celera Motion has moved its Loomis, California facility operations to Rocklin, California!
Celera Motion is introducing Zettlex products at China exhibition
Monday, June 25, 2018
Industrial Automation Shenzhen take place 27-29 June 2018
Zettlex joins Celera Motion, expands Celera's compelling solution set
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Novanta Inc. – the parent corporation of Celera Motion – has acquired Zettlex, a provider of inductive position sensing technology to OEMs for industrial and medical markets.
Celera Motion making two presentations at Automate 2017
Saturday, March 18, 2017
Servo Loop Bandwith, Motor Sizing and Power Dissipation, by Mark Holcomb, April 3rd at 3pm. Advances in Motion Control Technologies: Performance Improvements from Slotless Motors, by Robert Mastromattei, April 5th at 9am. See show guides for additional
GSI Group Announces Corporate Name Change to Novanta Inc.
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
GSI Group Announces Corporate Name Change to Novanta Inc. The company’s stock will now trade on the NASDAQ exchange under the ticker symbol NOVT.
Celera Motion = MicroE + Applimotion
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
We are excited to introduce Celera Motion – the new name of the combined businesses of MicroE and Applimotion.
MicroE to introduce new optical encoder technology, two new encoder products and new line of direct drive motor and actuator products at Automate 2015
Monday, March 16, 2015
MicroE will be displaying its range of position encoders and advanced encoder technology at Automate 2015 at Chicago's McCormick Place from 23-26 March 2015. Visit us in booth 238.
Applimotion joins forces with MicroE creating a New Synergistic Motion Control Business
Monday, March 16, 2015
GSI Group Inc. has acquired Applimotion, Inc., a Loomis, CA based provider of precision motors and motion control technology to OEMs for advanced industrial and medical markets.
“Less Is More” in Precision Motion Control
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
As robots and machines become more sophisticated and are called upon to perform more complex tasks, the motion control that defines their movements must be as precise as possible to avoid accidents, prevent mechanical failures, or even achieve a specific
Microe Systems Partners with OEMs to Solve Tough Design Challenges in Robotics Applications
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Designers of robotic systems face many difficult challenges and constraints. Minimizing the size and weight of motion control components is often necessary to meet system design requirements.