Step Design integrates automation products from Stober Drives

Step Design Ltd is extending its system integration capability by offering automation products from Stober Drives, including motion controllers, servo drives and geared servo motors. These can be integrated within new or existing machines, and Step Design's services range from design, specification and integration, through to installation, test and commissioning.

Step Design specialises in the supply of high-quality, robust control systems that are designed and built to meet customer requirements and expectations. The overall success of each complete system is only made possible by developing partnerships and working relationships with all suppliers and providers of equipment. By creating strong relationships with both customers and suppliers, including ancillary equipment providers, Step Design ensures complete seamless integration of the entire production cell.

Stober is providing Step Design with access to the very best servo motor control systems and associated mechanical options. The product range offers technically sound and proven automation drive products and systems, including AC inverter and servo drives on CANopen, EtherCAT, Profibus DP and Profinet, with various high-resolution feedback systems. Just as innovative is the super-compact, high-performance MC6 motion controller, which is available as a control cabinet PC or as a touch screen panel; these industrial PCs use the Codesys programming environment.

Stober's drive technology is very flexible thanks to the comprehensive range of hardware and software modules that make up its drive controller series. Step Design can assist in selecting, designing, integrating and commissioning drive systems to meet customer requirements.

Through the close working relationship between the two companies, customers will benefit from the consultation skills of Stober and the knowledge and integration skill set of Step Design.

Follow the link for more information about the automation products and integration services available from Step Design.

Step Design Ltd

46 Grousemoor Drive
Ashington
NE63 8LU
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1670 857906

rwh@stepdesign.co.uk

www.stepdesign.co.uk

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