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From lead screws to linear actuators, Helix Linear provides solutions that meet some of the most demanding environments and specifications.

The demand for automated electronic devices forces the constant creation of innovative products released within the electronics industry each year. The global electronics industry is focused on automating machines to deliver high quality products and to reduce the manufacturing costs for their customers by generating higher production rates and lower dependence on labor.

Electronic applications integrating Helix technology include:

  • Automatic teller machines (ATMs)
  • Counting systems
  • Pet tag manufacturing machines
  • Limit switches and sensors
  • High voltage circuit automation
  • Key manufacturing machines

With the integration of Helix linear motion technology, electronic manufacturers rest assured with the confidence that their automation systems are producing the most precise and innovative products in their industry.

Helix focuses on long-term customer satisfaction. For over 40 years, Helix has customized solutions to meet each customer's unique needs, allowing them to break industry trends with innovative designs and technologies.

Helix is proud to add value to the following customers:

  • 3M
  • Moog
  • Gould Electronics
  • Tyco Electronics
  • Flextronics
  • Sanmina
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