SMAC Corporation was founded in 1990 in Carlsbad, California, USA and has now grown to become a world leader in moving coil technology and is now the largest manufacturer of moving coil actuators in the world.
We are committed to delivering optimal solutions at competitive prices for industrial motion applications.
SMAC manufactures a wide range of precision programmable electric actuators based on its patented moving coil technology. These proprietary and patented moving coil linear motor based designs are technically far ahead of old generation pneumatic and other electric actuators, including moving magnet linear motors. Our technological edge, combined with continuous cost-down/quality-up process and its worldwide sales basis makes SMAC the most dynamic electric actuator manufacturer in the world today.
SMAC electric actuators are unique in that force, position, and speed are totally programmable. They are designed to perform at exceptionally high speeds or very low speeds and with sub-micron accuracy and validatable repeatability with as precise as 1 ms response time. This makes them ideal for a wide range of positioning, measuring, inspection, and pick and place applications, particularly where 100% verification is required.
SMAC manufactures in Carlsbad, California and has sales and technical support branches around the corner and around the world. SMAC employs approximately 200 people, with over 30% of our employees being qualified engineers. SMAC is ran by engineers, for engineers.
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"Prior to involving SMAC in our project we had a semi-automatic way of performing a calibration test on our devices. There were areas where we did not want much or any manual involvement and Rick was able to provide that solution for us. Our yields were poor, they ranged from the low to mid 70’s but after we implemented one of the SMAC actuator’s our yield improved and is currently at 100%, not to mention we removed some of the manual process that was involved prior to implementing the SMAC actuator."
- Edgar Castro, Avigilon