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Industry Insights with Owen and Warren Osak, Founder and CEO of Electromate

 

Reprint of Drives & Control Solutions interview with Owen Hurst published at https://drivesandcontrols.ca/industry-insights/4204-industry-insights-with-owen-and-warren-osak-founder-and-ceo-of-electromate

In this issue of Industry Insights with Owen I had the opportunity to sit down with Warren Osak, founder and CEO of Electromate.

Speaking with Warren it is very clear he is a straight shooter with an abundance of knowledge, and passion for robotics, mechatronics and the general motion and motion control industry. Warren has a HBSc in biochemistry from the University of Toronto that provided him an ability to understand the complex calculations required to work with motion control. And understand it he did, authoring a text book in 1996 titled Motion Control Made Simple.

Warren first worked for several prominent motion control producers in the early 1980’s however at the time there was still some hesitancy among manufacturers about the future of motion control. However, Warren acting on suggestions put forward by some of his colleagues that recognized the value and future of the motion industry, founded Electromate in 1986 to serve the Canadian market. The goal was to ensure that these important products and growing market was advancing in Canada, and Warren has been working to ensure this ever since.

Digging deeper Warren provided some very rich and interesting information regarding integrated motion in Canada and about his company Electromate.

Electromate’s core message states that you provide ‘motion control at the speed of technology’. Do you ever feel that the technology is outpacing the industries ability to implement it?

No…certainly early adopters of the latest technology have a first mover advantage which makes their machines more competitive globally, but eventually the rising tide of the advancing technology raises the technology bar in all industries. The challenge Industry faces is finding the right talent to embrace and employ the new technology.

Once the technical people component is in place, Industry quickly embraces the latest technology, which by the way, is generally less expensive and has higher performance.

Electromate is not just a distributor but a solution provider that also offers turnkey onsite installation. Is this a trend among industry distributors and do you think we will see an increase in distributors offering full solution options?

Personally I don’t see a trend among distributors to ramp up their value-added services such as onsite installation. It’s specific to Distributors in certain technology spaces, such as Vision System Distributors who are usually required by their customers to provide a ‘proof of concept integrated solution’, and Robot Distributors who need to accessorize their product offering with safety systems and end effectors to provide a complete solution mandated by their customers.

The entry cost for a Distributor to get into the Integration Business is quite high which is a natural deterrent, plus Distributors run the risk of competing with their Integrator Customers which is never a good idea.

There has been some interesting advances among the use of roller-screw actuation devices, what advantages do these offer over more traditional methods of actuation?

Roller Screws (also called planetary roller screws) have very high force transmission capabilities since roller screw components are designed with a fine pitch thereby providing more points of contact and a larger contact radius resulting in less stress per point of contact. As a result, they can deliver very high force, operate at high speeds, are long-lasting and require little maintenance. The use of planetary roller screws allows engineers to specify electric actuators in applications that were once the sole domain of hydraulic cylinders.

The adoption of Roller Screws in high force linear motion applications has been slow to take off, but as we saw with the adoption of Electric Rod Style Actuators to displace Pneumatic solutions, it will take some time but will eventually become a universally acceptable preferred solution. Currently the total cost of ownership of a hydraulic cylinder is already higher than a Roller Screw Actuator, although the unit cost is not.

There has always been and will likely always be some level industry discussion surrounding product miniaturization and standardization, what benefits do you feel these offer?

We don’t hear much discussion surrounding miniaturization in the automation space primarily because the trend is an unstoppable force of nature. Moore’s Law has held true for over 50years. Simply put, companies that don’t miniaturize their products (or at least increase their power density in the same footprint) will see their market share dwindle quickly. Companies who generate 40% or more of their revenue from products that are over 6years old are at the greatest risk.

Standardization is another matter altogether. Here there is considerable industry discussion, and rightly so. New universally accepted Safety Standards, Open Source Communication and standardized Distributed Fieldbus Protocols have homogenized a once fragmented industry. Interoperability is a huge benefit to customers in all industries and is the primary driver of the fourth industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0.

Industry 4.0 is a name given to the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. It includes cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things, cloud computing and cognitive computing. Without industry standardization, Industry 4.0 doesn’t exist.

What is the most revolutionary trend you are currently witnessing in the motion control industry?

Two revolutionary trends stand out. Innovative changes in Motors & Feedback Device construction and design.

There have been big advancements in the construction of servomotors. The physics of optimizing the magnetic flux generated from rare-earth magnet assemblies (and new production techniques) have leveraged improvements in motor designs. So, we’re seeing continued improvement in the torque density of servomotors well beyond what I once believed achievable.

In layman’s terms, the torque output one could get out of a NEMA-34-frame servomotor from eight or 10 years ago is now achievable with a NEMA-23-frame servomotor. In the same way, torque output of a NEMA 23 frame servomotor from eight to 10 years ago is now what today’s NEMA-17-frame motors can produce. So, motors are definitively more power dense than in the past — and in fact for a given package size, there’s 50 to 100% increase in torque output versus motors produced a decade years ago.

Sensor technologies seem to be advancing about twice as fast as other components used in motion-control systems. New developments for feedback devices also outnumber those for servo drives, rotary actuators, linear actuators, and motors — and I don’t know why that is. There’s certainly a lot of cutting-edge R&D in the world of feedback devices … so the pace of advancement in Encoder (especially inductive and capacitive types), Resolver, and Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) designs has just been astounding.

Further to the questions asked above Warren was happy to chat about other developments he sees that will alter or act as a disrupter to the industry. The primary point he noted is the rise in 3D printing. 3D printing is so far beyond making simple objects now, to the point where we are now seeing components being printed for motors and motion technology. As this continues to grow it is likely that we will see disruption in the primary production methods. 3D printing is something to keep a very close eye on over the next few years.

Connect with Warren on LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/warrenosak/ 

Application Story: Motion Controllers for Autonomous Vehicles

Robotic, unmanned vehicles and the associated technology, although advanced, remain limited by their need for a controlling, human source. The US Department of Defense sponsors the DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) Grand Challenge – one that encourages the development of autonomous ground-based vehicles. The purpose of this challenge is to ultimately find vehicles that can be used in place of manned vehicles for dangerous missions. The team whose vehicle can travel the fastest in less than 10 hours across 175 miles of treacherous roads and trails will win a $2 million prize.

Team Mojavaton

Jim Crittenden, founder of Team Mojavaton, designed and converted a Nissan Xterra to meet this challenge. The team consists of individuals experienced in custom machine building, design, vision systems, control systems, electronics, programming, and project management. Understanding the nature of the tough terrain, Jim knew he needed a reliable and rugged vehicle.

Galil Motion Controller

Steering and throttle functions are critical when designing and operating an autonomous vehicle. This is why the team turned to Galil’s DMC-1414 single axis controller and drive combination. This controller connects to an Ethernet network and is designed to respond accordingly to the approximately 2,500 GPS way-points loaded into the program of the vehicles computer system. The GPS waypoints dictate the route for the vehicle to follow.

Vision Systems

In addition to being able to follow a course, the vehicle must also be able to see the terrain ahead and identify potential obstacles. To do so, the vehicle utilizes two machine vision camera systems and two laser range finders.

Why Galil

Team Mojavaton chose to work with Galil based on their well-established record for controllers that deliver flawless precision, accuracy, and unending repeatability. The controller was cost-effective, easy to program, and offered position tracking mode, a crucial component as it has to make nearly 10 decisions per second regarding course and steering.

Electromate supplies Galil controllers like those utilized in autonomous vehicle applications. For more information, please contact us.


Electromate Powered Solutions
 service a wide range of manufacturing sectors that utilize automation technology to significantly enhance productivity and flexibility of various automation processes.

 

Tags:  Motion Controller, Galil Motion Control, Electromate, DARPA

Application Story: Getting a second grip on life

Losing a hand or a limb, no matter the cause, can turn everyday tasks into trials. The Michelangelo Hand prosthesis returns quality of life to those who have lost a hand. maxon DC brushless motors play a crucial role in the functioning of this prosthesis.

The Michelangelo Hand was developed by Ottobock in Vienna with the goal of replicating a human hand as much as possible and returning quality of life to amputees. Through years of experiments, the Michelangelo was developed. It can perform seven gripping movements, all triggered by contraction of the user’s muscles in the stump. The development was not easy, as all electronic and mechanical components had to be miniaturized and the prosthesis had to be lightweight. At completion, the Michelangelo weighs 520g and is comfortable for the user to wear.

The Role of maxon servo motors

The gripping functions of the hand are driven by a brushless maxon motor (EC10) and an adapted EC45. The first motor oversees driving the thumb and has ironless winding with a worm shaft, customized by maxon motor. The second controls the main drive for the index and middle fingers, with the ring and little fingers moving passively.

The drive system ultimately had to have high power density, run smoothly, and be resistant to high axial shift loads. maxon’s brushless DC motors meet these requirements.

Human Interface

In order to interface the prosthesis with the human body, electrodes are used to measure electrical pulses in the muscles at the stump. These signals are then sent to a processor. The Axon-Bus data transfer system is incredibly fast and reliable, making handling the prosthesis easier and intuitive. The harder a user tenses their muscles, the faster and stronger the hand grips. Simultaneously, the thumb measures the closing force, allowing for accurate control of gripping force when an object is at risk of falling.

To learn more about the Michelangelo Hand and its maxon drives, read the full article here or contact Electromate now.


Electromate Powered Solutions
 service a wide range of manufacturing sectors that utilize automation technology to significantly enhance productivity and flexibility of various automation processes.

Application Story: Laser Inscribing Diamonds Using Motion Controllers

PhotoScribe Technologies, TeoSys Engineering, and Galil Motion Control have combined to create a user-friendly and safe laser system capable of engraving a diamond. This system, the Excimer laser, combines custom software with a Galil DMC-1822 motion controller to allow for the precise inscription of a diamond.

Applications of Diamond Engraving

Diamond inscription can be used in a variety of ways, such as to commemorate a wedding or special life event. However, it can also be used to inscribe logos, brand names, or photographs. The most important application of engraving may be the ability to engrave a serial number. Serial numbers correlate to certifications that can be used for security, identification, and traceability of the diamond.

Galil DMC-1822 Motion Controller Features

Galil’s flexibility has allowed the motion control code to interface with graphics and live video. The user can now type the desired name or serial number into a text box. From there, the PhotoScribe/TeoSys software will take the text and convert it to a DXF CAD file to allow the image to be placed on top of the live video showing the diamond. The CAD file is then converted to Galil’s proprietary motion control language and sent to the motion controller to be executed.

The laser marks achieved by this machine are inscribed on the girdle of the diamond and the machine can engrave on all shapes and sizes of diamonds, mounted or loose. The marks are anywhere from 7 to 15 microns in diameter and may be engraved 10 to 30 microns/second.

Galil’s DMC-1822 PCI bus motion controller supplies coordinated motion in two axes through the use of stepper motors. The X-axis moves the diamond forward and back, while the Y-axis moves it up and down. Throughout this process, the laser stays fixed as it makes the series of points. The result is an engraving that is less than the width of a human hair.

Advantages of the Excimer Laser

Through the combination of accurate software and precise motion controllers, we have been able to create a laser engraving system with a number of benefits. This machine provides precise, coordinated motion that is accurate enough to be repeatable. With the DMC-1822 and the custom-designed stages, the accuracy is repeatable to 1.5 microns. Furthermore, the Galil motion controller has allowed for the reduction in price of the system by more than one third, while only a small reduction in throughput.

For more information, you can view the full article here or contact us today!

Electromate Inc. Recertified as a Great Place to Work

For Release: February 18, 2020

Electromate is proud to announce that we have been recertified as a Great Place to Work after a thorough and independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work Institute Canada.  This certification is based on direct feedback from employees, provided as part of an extensive and anonymous survey about their workplace experience.

“Electromate is honored to be recertified as a Great Place to Work.  Creating a ‘Great Place to Work’ has been pivotal in driving employee satisfaction and engagement, which directly results in driving customer satisfaction and revenue”, says Warren Osak Founder and President of Electromate.

“Our successful organization is nothing more that the collective capacity of our people to create immense value.  Culture isn’t a thing – it’s THE THING.”

“Electromate prides itself on its commitment to the principles of Kaizen, or continuous improvement.  This holds true for the professional and personal development of its employees which has greatly contributed to the creation of our great workplace culture embodying the Core Values of Integrity, Innovation, Enthusiasm, Continuous Learning and Customer Advocacy” says Warren Osak.

About Great Place to Work:

Great Place to Work (www.greatplacetowork.ca) is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures.  Through proprietary assessment tools, advisory services, and certification programs, Great Place to Work recognizes the Best Workplaces across the world in a series of national lists including those published by Fortune magazine (USA) and The Globe & Mail (Canada).  Great Place to Work provides the benchmarks, framework, and expertise needed to create, sustain, and recognize outstanding workplace cultures.

About Electromate Inc:

Electromate’s Core Purpose is to help Manufacturers compete globally by building better machines using differentiated Automation Technology.  They specialize in Robotic and Mechatronic Solutions for the Industrial Automation marketplace.  Respected by customers as a premiere source for High Performance Automation and Motion Control Components & Systems, Electromate specializes in AC & DC Servo and Stepper Motors & Drives, Motion & Automation Controllers, Positioning Systems & Actuators, Feedback Devices, Gearing Products and HMI’s & Operator Displays, all supported via extensive product selection, just-in-time delivery, dedicated customer service and technical engineering support.

Follow Electromate on…

Website:     www.electromate.com
LinkedIn:    https://www.linkedin.com/company/electromate
Twitter:       @Electromate 
Facebook:   www.facebook.com/electromateindustrial/
YouTube:    www.youtube.com/user/electromate
Blog:          electromate.wordpress.com/

Editorial Contact:
Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
Toll Free Fax:       877-737-8699
www.electromate.com

Tags:  Electromate, Great Place to Work, Culture, Warren Osak

Application Story: Underwater Pipeline Inspection Vehicle

Inspecting flooded pipes of power plants requires skilled, high-precision handling.  Any robotic vehicle traversing underwater pipelines needs to be optimized accordingly.

underwater pipe inspection vehicleThe seawater manipulator in the picture above is able to maneuver through underwater pipes performing inspections.  RE Motors by maxon motor are responsible for the dynamic drive of the robot.

What are Manipulators?

Manipulators are devices that allow for physical interaction with their surroundings. As such, the robotic vehicles have tools, such as gripper systems or measuring devices.  The seawater manipulator’s main differentiator is its high-performance camera systems used to inspect the underwater pipes.  A company in Germany called Ibass develops, manufactures, and distributes manipulators for a number of in-pipe applications:

  • Inspection
  • Grinding
  • Welding
  • Retrieval
  • Suction

These manipulators are made up of a driving unit, work module, and a camera. Additionally, they are operated electrically and pneumatically, dragging long lines behind them.  These manipulators were made with operators of power plants and refineries, manufacturers and assembly fitters of pipeline systems in mind.

What are the Applications for Manipulators?

There are a number of different possible applications for manipulators, but the main focus is the inspection of power plant coolant pipes that cannot be emptied.  This type of manipulator can also be used to apply coatings to the interior of pipes, as sealed wheel units are required for this application.  The seawater manipulator that Ibass has developed can maneuver and inspect pipelines with inner diameters between 550 to 780 mm.  They are able to do this as a result of the axial stroke of the pneumatic cylinder.

The scissor drive works with twelve wheels, two for each scissor side and drive motor, which allows the vehicle to obtain a firm hold in coated pipes due to a variable contact force.  For the drive, there are six RE motors used in combination with planetary gearheads.  The DC motors have an efficiency of more than 90%, yielding low energy consumption coupled with very high torque; an important prerequisite for this application.  The motors are also equipped with ironless windings and neodymium magnets, allowing maximum performance coupled with compact size.  Ibass ultimately chose the maxon motors due to their robustness and long service life.

Having a motor with high robustness is crucial in the manipulator withstanding on-site conditions.  This manipulator, for example, can handle a pressure of up to 2 bar, this means that it can dive up to 20 m deep.  It provides a tractive force of approximately 250 kg (2.5 kN) and the robot can drive a distance of up to 200 m into the pipe.  The manipulators are equipped with lights at the front and rear of the vehicle.  Also on-board is a high-quality camera with a pan-tilt head and 10x zoom; the rear, on the other hand, has a single-head camera.  The seawater manipulator can be fitted with all Ibass work modules and can navigate up to five pipe bends.

maxon motors and gearheads are not only used to drive the seawater manipulator.  The work modules are also equipped with RE motors. Underwater pipe inspection vehicles are vital tools for today’s industries and can ensure more safety and reliability.

For more information you can view the PDF here.

The Accelerated Investment Incentive

Helping new businesses grow is a key component of what inspires everyone at Electromate. Some of our best customers started as small shops with big ideas. When big ideas can’t always find the big dollars to back them, there are other avenues and angles…and we want to help you find them. A great example is the Accelerated Investment Incentive.

More information can be found at-  https://www.electromate.com/about-us/accelerated-investment-incentive/

Electromate is one of the 2019 Best Workplaces for Millennials

Electromate is proud to announce that our organization has been named on the 2019 list of Best Workplaces for Millennial’s.

Electromate received this honour after a thorough and independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work®.

This list is based on direct feedback from employees of the hundreds of organizations that were surveyed by Great Place to Work®. The data has a 90% confidence and a plus or minus 5% margin of error.

To be eligible for this list, organizations must be Great Place to Work Certified in the past year, and…

  • 30% of their employees must fit the Millennial demographic (born after 1980)
  • They must have minimum 90% positive response to the statement “I am treated fairly regardless of my age”
  • The organization must meet a minimum consistency index among the different age demographics

“Electromate is honored to be named on the 2019 list of Best Workplaces for Millennial’s. Creating a ‘Great Place to Work’ has been pivotal in driving employee satisfaction and engagement”, says Warren Osak Founder and President of Electromate.  “Numerous empirical studies have shown that highly engaged employees are more productive and deliver a higher level of customer satisfaction than unengaged employees, and much of our competitive advantage stems from the positivity in our workplace.  Electromate prides itself on its commitment to the principles of Kaizen, or continuous improvement.  This holds true for the professional and personal development of its employees which has greatly contributed to the creation of our company culture embodying the Core Values of Integrity, Innovation, Enthusiasm, Continuous Learning and Customer Advocacy.

About Electromate Inc:

Electromate’s Core Purpose is to help Manufacturers compete globally by building better machines using differentiated Automation Technology.  They specialize in Robotic and Mechatronic Solutions for the Industrial Automation marketplace.  Respected by customers as a premiere source for High Performance Automation and Motion Control Components & Systems, Electromate® specializes in AC & DC Servo and Stepper Motors & Drives, Motion & Automation Controllers, Positioning Systems & Actuators, Feedback Devices, Gearing Products and HMI’s & Operator Displays, all supported via extensive product selection, just-in-time delivery, dedicated customer service and technical engineering support.

You can follow Electromate® on…

Website:     www.electromate.com
LinkedIn:     https://www.linkedin.com/company/electromate/
Twitter:       @Electromate 
Facebook:   www.facebook.com/electromateindustrial/
YouTube:    www.youtube.com/user/electromate
Blog:            electromate.wordpress.com/

About Great Place to Work®:

Great Place to Work® is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures.  Conducting the world’s largest workplace study, surveying over 8,000 organizations representing more than 10 million employees in more than 60 countries, GPTW provides tremendous understanding of effective business cultures and the increasingly complex marketplace.  Through proprietary assessment tools and services, GPTW recognizes the world’s Best Workplaces in a series of national lists including those published by The Globe & Mail (Canada) and Fortune magazine (USA).  GPTW provides the benchmarks and expertise needed to create, sustain, and recognize outstanding workplaces, and it supports clients as this accelerating pace of change compels organizations to continuously adapt, innovate and thrive.

Media contacts: 

Electromate Inc.

Toll Free Phone:  877-737-8698
www.electromate.com
sales@electromate.com
Attention: Warren Osak

 

Tags:  Electromate, Best Workplaces, Millennial’s

Last chance to register to attend Electromate’s Automation and Robotics Fair in Vancouver on November 6th

Electromate is holding an Automation & Robotics Fair in Vancouver, BC on Wednesday November 6th.
About this Event

We are excited to invite you to the Vancouver Automation & Robotics Fair on November 6, 2019. The event will take place at the Delta Hotels Burnaby Conference Centre in Burnaby, British Columbia. The Automation Fair is a great opportunity to explore new technologies and see what’s changing in the world of Automation and Motion Control. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet some of leading manufacturers in the Automation Industry, as well as like-minded industry professionals.

Products on display include: Servo Motors & Drives, Stepper Motors & Drives, Motion Controllers, Strain Wave Gearing Solutions, Servo Gearboxes, HMI’s, Linear Actuators, Linear Robotics, Rod and Rodless Cylinders, Encoders & Inclinometers, Zero Backlash Products, Integrated Motors, Voice Coil Motors, Linear Motors, and Direct Drive Rotary Motors.

Cost to attend the Automation Fair is FREE, however preregistration is required. Click the Register Link on the right.

Manufacturers in Attendance Include:

  • Advanced Motion Controls
  • Akribis Systems
  • Applied Motion Products
  • Exor
  • Galil Motion Control
  • Gam Gear
  • Harmonic Drive LLC
  • Kollmorgen
  • Macron Dynamics
  • Maxon
  • Posital Fraba
  • Tolomatic

Topics Covered Include:

  • Industrial Automation
  • Motion Control
  • Robotics
  • Machine Control
  • Motor Control

Who Benefits from this Automation Fair:  

OEM’s, Custom Machine Builders and End Users in the following industries: Medical, Pharmaceutical, Life Science, Subsea, Robotics, Industrial Automation, Food & Beverage, Forestry, Packaging, Film & Entertainment, Scientific, and Communication Industries.

The Agenda Includes:

Lunch will be served as well as snacks/drinks throughout the day. A host bar (beer & wine only) will be open from 1:00pm to 7:00pm.

CLICK HERE to register.

 

Tags:   Industrial Automation, Motion Control, Robotics, Machine Control, Motor Control, Servo Motors, Servo Drives, Stepper Motors, Stepper Drives, Motion Controllers, Strain Wave Gearing Solutions, Servo Gearboxes, HMI’s, Linear Actuators, Linear Robotics, Rod Cylinders, Rodless Cylinders, Encoders, Inclinometers, Zero Backlash Products, Integrated Motors, Voice Coil Motors, Linear Motors, Direct Drive Rotary Motors

Electromate recognized as a Best Workplace

 

 

 

 

 

For Release: 12:01am April 26, 2019

Electromate is pleased to announce it has been recognized as the 35th Best Workplace on this year’s list of Best Workplaces in Canada. This list, and related stories, appeared in a Special National Report on Friday April 26, 2019 in The Globe and Mail.

Electromate® prides itself on its commitment to the principles of Kaizen, or continuous improvement.  This holds true for the personal and professional development of its employees which has greatly contributed to the creation of its company culture embodying the Core Values of Integrity, Intelligence, Ambition and Enthusiasm.

“Creating a great workplace culture has been pivotal in driving employee engagement and performance,” said Warren Osak, President of Electromate®. “Empirical studies have shown that highly engaged employees are more productive and deliver a higher level of customer satisfaction, and much of our competitive advantage stems from the positivity in our workplace.  We are thrilled to be recognized for our exceptional workplace culture and acknowledged as a Great Workplace by GPTW.”

The 2019 Best Workplaces in Canada list is compiled by the Great Place to Work® Institute.  The competition process is based on two criteria: two-thirds of the total score comes from confidential employee survey results and the remaining one-third comes from an in-depth review of the organization’s culture. This offers a rigorous representation of the organization from an employee perspective, and an overall portrait of the workplace culture. Together, they provide crucial data relative to five trust-building dimensions: credibility, respect, fairness, pride, and camaraderie.

About Great Place to Work®:

Great Place to Work® is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. It is a global research and consulting firm with a mission to build a better society by helping companies transform their workplaces. Great Place to Work® provides the benchmarks, framework, and expertise needed to create, sustain, and recognize outstanding workplace cultures. In Canada, Great Place to Work® produces both industry and demographic specific Best Workplace lists. This is part of the world’s largest annual workplace study, which culminates in a series of national lists in over 50 countries, including the study’s flagship list of 100 Best Companies published annually in Fortune magazine. Globally, this survey represents the voices of 11 million employees, which are the primary determinant used in selecting winners. There’s only one way to get on this list – your employees have to put you on it.

Check out www.greatplacetowork.ca

About Electromate:

Electromate’s Core Purpose is to help Manufacturers build better machines using differentiated automation technology.  They specialize in Robotic and Mechatronic Solutions for the Industrial Automation marketplace.  Respected by customers as a premiere source for High Performance Automation and Motion Control Components & Systems, Electromate® specializes in AC & DC Servo and Stepper Motors & Drives, Motion & Automation Controllers, Positioning Systems & Actuators, Feedback Devices, Gearing Products and HMI’s & Operator Displays, all supported via extensive product selection, just-in-time delivery, dedicated customer service and technical engineering support.

More on Electromate can be found at-

Website:     www.electromate.com 
LinkedIn:    https://www.linkedin.com/company/209277
Twitter:       @Electromate
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/electromateindustrial/
Blog:          https://electromate.wordpress.com/

Media contact: 

Warren Osak
sales@electromate.com
Toll Free Phone:   877-737-8698
www.electromate.com


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