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MOTION PRODUCT  Custom motion control solutions


JUSTEK has developed a range of customisable direct-drive (DD) motors using Renishaw’s high-performance optical position encoders, including the miniature ATOM RCDM rotary encoder system, for the FPD and semiconductor/electronics industries. The encoders met the application demands due to their compact size,


reliability, system volume and performance. In addition to ATOM, JUSTEK’s precision motion stages use other


Renishaw optical encoder models, including the TONiC optical encoder series for OLED panel inspection equipment, and the RESOLUTE absolute encoder series for OLED panel inkjet printing equipment. The company tests and calibrates its motion control products prior to


leaving the factory using Renishaw’s XL-80 laser system and XR20-W rotary axis calibrator. These systems are fast, extremely accurate with ±0.5 ppm linear measurement accuracy, lightweight and portable. A value-added partnership with Renishaw has enabled JUSTEK to build


bespoke motion control systems for its customers that drive increased orders and higher profits. The ATOM


optical encoder is said to be one of only a handful of integrated miniaturised optical encoders available on the market and features a wide range of scale options, leading-edge signal stability, dirt immunity and reliability.


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Servo Components offer a comprehensive range of Electric Linear Motors and Servo Drives


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Direct Drive Linear Motor High Force – High Speed Long Stroke


XYZ Pick & Place 01202 666636


sales@servocomponents.co.uk www.servocomponents.co.uk





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