Family of Brands Unlocking Motion Control Mysteries

December 10, 2020

Family of BrandsSee a 1.5-minute VIDEO showing HEIDENHAIN’s humble beginnings during the second Industrial Revolution and how it has evolved into the many highly-advanced motion control component companies found all over the world today. This short video provides a glimpse into some of the countless technological advances enabled by this advanced motion control and how it continues to make our world a better place, unlocking repeatable incomprehensible speed and precision never thought possible.

The end includes a display of HEIDENHAIN’s family of nine brands that are active and available to North Americans today. Let’s all work together and change the world.

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