In-Motion Blog

We’re More than a Supplier; We’re Your Partner in Success

Searching for servo equipment can be stressful and just downright confusing. Fortunately, you don’t have to do it alone. Let our experience help you make the best decisions for motion control applications that deliver the best results and are easy to operate. We understand that our customers have access to information from the entire global


What is Safe Torque Off? Top Benefits for Servo Controls

Safe Torque Off is a safety requirement built into many existing servo drives. Providing a safe way to remove power from servo and stepper motors, STO functionality can be more cost effective than other safety measures.


Custom Servo Drive Solutions: Top 6 Benefits

At ADVANCED Motion Controls, we offer custom servo drive solutions designed to suit your specific application and provide you with the control you need to accomplish tasks at higher volumes. With a turnover as short as a few weeks, we work with our customers to create a design that is cost-effective for your business and


What are Servo Drives for AGVs? Top 5 Benefits

servo drives for agvs

Automated guided vehicles are quickly becoming a staple of the automated industrial facility. Find out how servo drives for AGVs can meet these complex requirements and scale production to meet additional challenges in the future.


What are PCB Mount Servo Drives? Top 6 Benefits

Imagine being able to achieve the same amount of power output and performance from your servo powered device, at a fraction of the cost. Just as PC manufacturers have created smaller computer chips each year with faster speeds, so too has the printed circuit board (PCB) mounted servo drive been able to offer the same performance as panel mount servo drives at a fraction of the cost and size.


What is a Servo Drive? Top Benefits for Motion Control Applications

Servomechanisms are automated control systems used in everything from CNC machines, robotics, factory automation and more. Servo systems offer greater reliability and precision. The reason? They use position feedback to account for errors and system disturbances unlike open loop systems.