Archive for the ‘Seminar/Webinar’ Category

Motion Control – Robotic Symposiums – How to Build Robots

Electromate is pleased to announce it will be hosting two Robotic Symposiums’   Tuesday March 20th in Toronto and on Wednesday March 21st in Montreal.   Participating in the Symposiums will be Speakers from: Galil Motion Control                      www.galilmc.com/ Harmonic Drive LLC                        www.harmonicdrive.net/ Maxon Motor AG                           www.maxonmotor.com Advanced Motion Controls           www.a-m-c.com Kollmorgen                                      www.kollmorgen.com École de technologie supérieure  www.etsmtl.ca Topics: Technical Presentations related to the design […]

MCA Webinar – “Servo Solutions to Mobile Automation Challenges?” – Sponsored by Electromate

Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada — Join us for a FREE Webinar on April 21st at 11:00 EST. Register Today! Register now to watch this webinar live or anytime after April 21, 2015. Presenter: Shane Beilke, Advanced Motion Controls: Executive Team – Product Strategy With automation expanding out of the factory, machine builders are faced with a […]

Webinar- EtherCAT as a Master Machine Control Tool

Join us for a Live Webinar Presented by Galil Motion Control March 3, 2015 11:00am EST Electromate is proud to be a sponsor of this interesting and important Webinar.   There is an increasing demand in the automation and motion control industries for a localized motion control solution that can coordinate motion between multiple remote components.  […]

Motion Control Seminar – DC Motor Sizing Made Easy!

Motion Control – February 19 &20 – DC Motor Sizing Made Easy! A Practical Seminar presented by Jan Braun, maxon motor ag, Switzerland       [Textbook shown (a $65 US value) is included with your Seminar attendance] Location/Date: Hilton Garden Inn – Dorval Aeroport St. Laurent, PQ Tuesday February 19, 2013   Location/Date: Radisson […]

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