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18 Nov 2014

Build Differentiated Machines, Faster, with Help from the Kollmorgen Developer Network

KDN is an online knowledgebase that helps OEMs spend less time troubleshooting and more time developing superior performing machines

Laptop KDNRADFORD, VA - November 18, 2014 - Kollmorgen introduces the Kollmorgen Developer Network (KDN). Located at , KDN is an interactive knowledge base where Kollmorgen customers can learn from one another, receive expert advice from Kollmorgen application engineers and customer support staff, and delve into rich technical information with just a few clicks.

"KDN was developed to help machine designers spend less time troubleshooting and more time building awesome machines that differentiate them from their competition," says Mark Duckwitz, Technical Communications Manager. "This online community is an interactive resource where OEMs can ask questions and quickly get answers, provide insights to other Kollmorgen customers, review sample projects, readily access the latest Kollmorgen firmware,Knowledgebase KDN software and technical documentation and suggest future product features. Customers who register can also create a personalized content area that will help save even more time and focus resources by bringing together their most frequently accessed content in a single area."

KDN content focuses on AKD® servo drives series, AKD® BASIC drives, AKD® PDMM, Kollmorgen Automation Suite™ (KAS), and Kollmorgen servo motors. The site also provides information and support for Kollmorgen legacy products.


Kollmorgen is a leading provider of motion systems and components for machine builders around the globe, with over 70 years of motion control design and application expertise.

Through world-class knowledge in motion, industry-leading quality and deep expertise in linking and integrating standard and custom products, Kollmorgen delivers breakthrough solutions unmatched in performance, reliability and ease-of-use, giving machine builders an irrefutable marketplace advantage.

For more information, email [email protected] or call 1-540-633-3545.