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Welcome to Bell-Everman's automation blog, the best place to stay informed about our precision motion control technologies. Every week, we’ll post updates on our latest products, application developments, and events. We’ll also feature highlights from Mike Everman’s engineering blog. So visit us often or subscribe to our monthly email newsletter. 

Linear Motion Engineering Guide

Get all the details you'll need to select and size our linear motion stages. Our new engineering guide features our entire lineup of ServoBelt™ Linear and LowBoyLinear stages, which are suited for a wide variety of high- and medium-precision positioning tasks.  These easy-to-integrate motion stages cover a wide variety of applications—including factory automation, packaging, semiconductor, lab automation and test-and-measurement systems. 

Agricultural Automation

With the emergence of self-driving tractors and other robotic systems capable of working the fields, the agriculture industry is ripe for automation. It may be some time before you see any robots wandering freely through a farm field near you, but there are related operations that can easily be automated right now.

Our new LowBoy Linear Stages are available in five different models—each with a different drive mechanism to address a range of precision, speed and force requirements. The drive choices include air- and iron-core linear motors, two ballscrew options and a lead screw drive. Watch the video to learn more.


With their modular design, LowBoy Linear Motion Stages let you choose the ideal price-to-performance ratio for a variety of applications, which include semiconductor, packaging, medical, assembly, lab automation and industrial machines.

Our latest ServoBelt™ linear stage features a new LoopTrack carriage design that allows the stage to span long travel distances in any orientation. This linear stage also allows multiple, independent carriages to share a chassis and bearing rails.

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