• Sercos technology:

    Proven, easy, fast, open


Advances have been achieved in several hundred thousand applications in virtually all machining technologies and advantageous new machine designs have been implemented since the start of the ’90s with digital drives using sercos. This technology has proven itself to be superior to conventional CNC machines for fast and precise motion control in the automation field, as well as in new machine concepts for packaging, textile and printing machines, as well as robotics. Examples of classical CNC machines include: Turning and complete machining, Free-form milling including HSC, Machining centres including HSC, Crankshaft orbital grinding, Cam profile grinding, Tool grinding machines, Precision gear cutting, Transfer lines, Rotary transfer tables, Assembly lines, Assembly robots and Handling systems.