Mega_F was established in the beginning of 2000 by five entrepreneurs headed by Dr. Max Sakhartov in order to exploit the vast knowledge and experience held by the group in the area of Motion Control. The company develops and markets software intensive programmable DSP based motion control products that results in highest quality of the automated systems. Motion controllers and modules are utilized in advanced industrial applications, such as Semiconductor manufacturing equipment, electronic testing and inspection stations, imaging systems and high quality printing machinery.
Mega_F innovation is based on removing the most complex parts in motion control design and implement it on a unique credit card size PCB which contains all the complex algorithms, software and hardware necessary to control the customers applications. Mega_F's controller is fully programmable and is suited to all types of motion systems, DC, DC Brushless rotary and linear (AC servo), AC Induction, Voice coils, Step and Microstep, Hydraulics and Piezo motors
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