Elmo Motion Control, a producer of motion control products for machine manufacturers, presents the first in a series of complimentary tutorials available on the Elmo Website.
Elmo Motion Control is proud to announce the launch of its free of charge Web-based training instructional modules to help customers get the best results from Elmo’s products - at their own pace. Elmo provides professional tools to enrich knowledge and support application requirements as customers implement Elmo’s motion control products.
“As a leading company in the motion control field, we wanted to respond to the many requests from our customers: We saw a gap in the market and we are able to provide this valuable resource as a benefit to all our customers and many other engineers in the field,” comments Yoav Magal, VP Marketing.
The eleven training sessions were recorded live at the Elmo R&D labs and are led by Rami Simany, Senior Applications Engineer and Dr. Alex Ruderman, Elmo’s Chief Scientist. The instructors present and explore the foundations of Elmo’s motion control solutions, to help engineers master a broad range of application techniques, including designing systems with Elmo pin-based components( for example, the Whistle digital servo drive) and an advanced session on feedback devices.
This is an extraordinary opportunity for customers & engineers to benefit from an in-depth look at Elmo’s technology – at their own pace, in the comfort of their own work space – at no cost.
All are invited to register for an exciting opportunity to listen, learn and explore in the latest series of free seminars on core issues in the Motion Control arena.
Elmo Motion Control designs, manufactures and sells machine motion control solutions by network based motion controllers and intelligent digital servo drives for brush and brushless motors. Elmo’s drives offer the highest power density in an extremely compact package. The company’s product offering is divided into two major product families: SimplIQ for general purpose motion control applications and ExtrIQ for applications operating under extended and extreme environmental conditions. For more information contact Elmo at or visit: Elmo Motion Control Training Classes at http://www.elmomc.com/training/training-classes-main.htm.