PLC’s, Motion Controllers, Servo’s and Drives, Industrial PC’s, Networking and Remote I/O are the core of MCC’s technology offering. Quality control and track and trace solutions including Vision Systems, RFID, and code scanners are also available: all easily integrate into a new or existing control platform.
MCC offers a comprehensive line of machine safety components including scanners, press controls, light curtains, and safety relays. Installation services and turn-key solutions like Safety-in-a-box further cut the installation and troubleshooting time required to successfully retrofit safety on existing machines.
MCC designs and produces drive panels used in cold engine test, end-of-line transmission test, and press feed applications. MCC also designs safety, servo and automated control systems — offering them kitted as component only, preconfigured in a UL-508a panel, or turn-key and installed: whatever solution meets the customers need, budget and schedule.
Motion Control Corporation is a leader in the application and distribution of world-class control, motion, vision, and safety technology to machine builders and automated manufacturers.
Safeguarding machinery using barrier guards is one of the most common ways to protect personnel from hazards. Omron’s Gotcha Stick gives you a safe distance scale to accurately test the allowable barrier opening size, based on the distance from the hazard zone as required by global standards.
Our customers are invited to request a Gotcha Stick, just click below to email us: Provide your contact information including address and how you intend to put the Gotcha Stick to use.
Motion Control Corporation is currently seeking candidates for Account Management and Engineering positions. MCC is a great place to work for self-motivated and skilled individuals: benefits include 401K, insurance, vacation, and pay is competitive.
- Account Manager: Take over an existing territory and grow it: opportunities to promote both component and system sales to both end-users and machine builders. Be a knowledgeable resource to your customer. Build upon your previous sales experience selling automation, motion control or robotics to Michigan manufacturers.
- Controls Engineer: Become a member of the engineering team. Apply what you learned in college and build upon your experience with PLC’s, Drives, Servo’s or Robotics. Work on control systems, integrating the motion, logic, safety, and robotic lines distributed by MCC. Be home most nights with the family, as most of our customers are also located in Michigan.