Celera Motion debuts the new larger version of its Omni+ direct drive frameless motor, ideal for surgical robots, exoskeletons, AGVs/AMRs and other applications.
According to Celera Motion, every design is open-source and consists of a fully customizable and fully documented Altium project.
The Denali Series by Celera Motion are compact, ultra-fast servo drives created for a variety of service robots, surgical robots, and more.
Everest S is about 30% smaller than its predecessor, includes Dual-BISS-C feedback support and is designed for surgical robots, exoskeletons and other robots.
Offering a combination of motion smoothness and torque density, the direct drive motors are designed for cobots, surgical robots and more.
Novanta business units Celera Motion and ATI Industrial Automation will collaborate with MassRobotics to enable new innovations in medical/surgical robotics and other applications.
The new Multiturn Inductive Angle Encoder can be used for robot joints, servo motors, cartesian robots and more.
Celera said the IncOder CORE is suited for integration into rotary joints for surgical, medical and industrial robots.
Celera Motion has added the Aura Absolute Chip Encoder Series to its line of precision rotary and linear optical encoders with MicroE technology. Aura uses a short wave-length LED for precise absolute position decoding. Celera said the series is designed for collaborative robot arms, robot joints, robotic grippers, surgical robots and exoskeletons. An incremental scale…
Celera Motion today announced its Capitan Series of premium Ingenia servo drives. The Capitan Series is designed for surgical robots, exoskeletons, robotic joints, flat actuators, end-effectors, haptics and more. The Capitan Series offers three servo drives – the XCR, NET and CORE. The XCR is a ready-to-use version, while NET and CORE are pluggable module…
Motion control is among the enabling technologies for commercial robotics to be discussed at the 2019 Robotics Summit & Expo. Attendees can learn from sessions and workshops, meet component vendors, and learn now new developments can help them.