The team that eats together, stays together!


(Mike, Claudia, and Kevin from our Sales and Marketing department)

One of our most favorite days of the year is the office holiday potluck. And this year's potluck lunch definitely didn't disappoint. Our employees brought in so much delicious food, we couldn't help but take a little bit of everything on our plates: Ham, pierogis, polish sausage, potato salad, mac + cheese, cookies, cakes, and so much more. Check out some pictures of our employees enjoying our delicious feast from earlier today. Read More

Okuma’s BLII-D servo amplifiers come in two varieties – a single axis or dual axis offering. The naming convention of the unit distinctly identifies the power rating of the axes. The single axis drives range from 15kW to 150kW whereas the dual axis version will range between 15kW per axis and can go up to 75kW per axis. Read More

When a servo amplifier, spindle drive, or inverter fails, there is a multitude of things that can and do go wrong. Large-scale component failures or issues with the mechanical side of the machine can be relatively obvious to catch and correct. Machine alarms or drive alarms are designed to point in the right direction for finding these issues; but what happens when the brains of the system go bad? Read More

There are 2 different methods to reset an A.00 or A.81 alarm on a Yaskawa Sigma I Servo Drive. Today, we are going to go over the second method for clearing these two alarms if the first method was unsuccessful for you. In case you have not seen our tutorial on how to clear these Yaskawa Servo Drive Alarms, check out our video {HERE}

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