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ATLANTA Drive Systems Announces Major Website Update with New Content

Atlanta Drive Systems - Farmingdale, NJ

Original Press Release

ATLANTA Drive Systems Announces Major Website Update with New Content

Press release date: June 4, 2013

ATLANTA Drive Systems Inc., who is known throughout the World as an industry leader in Rack Pinion Drive Technologies, is pleased to announce a major update to their website The website provides in-depth information on ATLANTA’s products, including rack & pinion drives, servo-reducers, linear actuators and driving elements.

The updated website includes a fresh, clean look with improved navigation and organization.  Updated content includes a new Support page which gathers all important product information on to one page.  This includes a FAQ (frequently asked questions), PDF Files, CAD Files, Videos, Product Manuals and Part Number System.

Also updated was the Application page, which has been expanded to include 16 application examples of how ATLANTA’s products can be applied.  New pages include Advantages of Using Long Racks, which highlights the benefits of using ATLANTA’s two-meter hardened & ground racks.

ATLANTA plans further updates to their website to continue to improve the customer service and support of their products.

About ATLANTA Drive Systems Products:

ATLANTA Drive Systems, Inc. offers a complete range of standard Rack & Pinion Drive Systems , which are available in five levels of precision, including ultra-high precision zero backlash axis drives.  They are perfect for a wide range of applications, including axis drives requiring precise positioning & repeatability, traveling gantries & columns, pick & place robots, CNC routers and material handling systems.  Heavy loads and duty cycles can also be easily handled with this drives.  Industries served include Material Handling, Automation, Aerospace, Woodworking, Machine Tool and Robotics.

For more information, contact ATLANTA Drive Systems at (800) 505-1715 or visit them at  Also follow ATLANTA at


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