Since 1970, Aerotech has designed and manufactured the highest performance
motion control and positioning systems for our customers in industry, government,
science, and research institutions around the world. Aerotech's precision
motion control products provide the critical performance for today's demanding
applications in markets such as: medical device and life sciences, semiconductor
and flat panel, photonics, automotive, data storage, laser processing, military/aerospace,
electronic manufacturing and test, assembly, research and development, and others
requiring high precision, high throughput motion solutions. Aerotech's
commitment to consistently advancing our product and value-added service capabilities
is summed up in our motto, "Dedicated to the Science of Motion".
The results of this commitment can be seen in our Aerotech Timeline. We are
gratified that these efforts have been recognized by our peers and colleagues
in the industry through awards we have won.
Our philosophy of building superior motion control systems starts with designing
and manufacturing technically superior components. Other suppliers integrate
general purpose components into their motion systems and claim to sell you a
"superior" system. An Aerotech system begins with Aerotech motion
components that are already best in class and specifically designed and optimized
for the highest performance, and lowest cost of ownership available. From technically
superior components to high performance sub-assemblies to best-in-class highly
integrated motion subsystems, Aerotech can accommodate the requirements of your
application and outperform competitive solutions.
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