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mitsubishi0819The Mitsubishi Electric Corporation invests in Akribis Systems Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based manufacturer of linear motors and linear stages. With the integration of its servo systems and other industrial automation products into the Akribis product range, Mitsubishi Electric is supporting the increasing demands for high-precision, high-precision manufacturing.

Typical applications are in products that use new technologies such as 5G to meet demand from the IoT business.

Due to the miniaturization and high functionality of smartphones as well as the accelerated introduction of electric vehicles, linear motors and linear stages are increasingly in demand. With your help, semiconductor manufacturing equipment, flat panel displays, lithium-ion batteries, etc. can increase productivity and precision. That's why Mitsubishi Electric servo systems are used around the world because of their consistent product lines in these areas.

With the participation in Akribis, which has a high share in the world market for linear servomotors and linear stages, the automation company also wants the further development of "eF @ ctory"Accelerate and strengthen its entire industrial automation solutions. This can be achieved by combining their own servo and automation systems with the wide range of products and the flexible customization options offered by Akribis.

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