Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions Introduces Enhanced Website

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Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions, Inc., a premier manufacturer of engineered linear motion products, introduces the launch of a new website look and navigation. The new home page has enhanced features such as tabbed navigation, access to 24 hour prototype ordering, configurable 2D drawings, and 3D CAD model downloads.

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Haydon Kerk has a long history of success in designing and manufacturing customer-specific motion solutions in a wide range of high tech industries.

Haydon Kerk Motion Solutions, Inc., a premier manufacturer of engineered linear motion products, introduces the launch of a new website look and navigation. The new home page has enhanced features such as tabbed navigation, access to 24 hour prototype ordering, configurable 2D drawings, and 3D CAD model downloads.

The “buy online” feature allows the customer access to a wide range of standard off-the-shelf products for 24 hour shipping. This is perfect for a designer or engineer wanting to quickly prototype a concept while deciding what customizations will be necessary for the final component or subassembly design.

Another great tool for the engineer is the 2D/3D Model Downloads feature. The Haydon Kerk 2D/3D download allows a designer to configure a part using multiple parameters including stroke length, screw lead, motor step angle, operating voltage, and other technical specifications. Once configured, the file can be downloaded in various 3D file formats or a 2D dimensioned outline drawing.

Haydon Kerk has a long history of success in designing and manufacturing customer-specific motion solutions in a wide range of high tech industries including semiconductor, communications, biotechnology, medical, aerospace, data storage, and many other industries requiring precision linear motion. Linear motion products include stepper motor linear actuators, precision lead screw assemblies, and motorized or non-motorized linear rails.

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