MacroAir, a manufacturer of HVLS (High-Volume, Low-Speed) fans needed to create a commercial grade ceiling fan up to 24’ in diameter that would have system components 3 times smaller and 5 times more powerful than anything else on the market.
After the tragedy of September 11, 2001, the demand for the InVision Technologies airport-security luggage-scanning equipment increased dramatically. Invision’s managers faced a difficult choice.
Trust Automation designed and implemented a servo-controlled pan and tilt shuttle camera system. We developed a custom drive control system and dual control board
A very high end turntable company needed a motion control system for a high end, state-of-the-art turntable for their music aficionado customers. It was imperative that the system not generate any noise electrically or via vibration in the motor and turntable assembly. Precise and various speed control was also a requirement.
Bandag was developing a next generation 8200 Automatic Buffer for their tire retread equipment group. A new control architecture, application software and human machine interface (HMI) was