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Come and see us at the Engineering Design Show

17 October 2017

LG Motion is one of the UK’s leading designers and manufacturers of drives and control systems.

Put in simple terms LG Motion design and manufacture both simple and complex systems that make things go in and out, up and down and round and round! 

One stop-shop for motion control with global partners

LG Motion rotary and linear stages can be combined with servo and stepper drives and motion control components and systems supplied by a number of key global partners.

To complement LG Motions own product range the company has long standing partnerships with key motion control global partners such as Arcus Technology, Airex, Precision Motion Dynamics, Velmex, Heidenhain, Schneeberger and Empire Magnetics.

This year LG Motion has also added two new German partners to the portfolio, Baumeister and Schack who manufacture lifting devices and actuators and Steinmeyer who specialise in multi axis linear motion systems.

Working with the client

Many LG Motion clients will already know what components they want and standard “off the shelf” products are readily available to suit many motion control applications which are often used by the customer to integrate into their own system.

In other cases the requirement of an end product is known and LG Motion and the client will work together to design and develop the optimum package to deliver the solution.

Please come along to the LG Motion stand at the Engineering Design show and speak to the team of experts about your requirements.

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