WELCOME TO NEWALL

Newall is a global specialist of high-quality and high-performance digital readout systems (DRO) and linear feedback encoders, supplying reliable, accurate and dependable products for a wide variety of measuring applications worldwide. Newall's unique inductive encoder technology provides uncompromising accuracy within the harshest and most extreme environmental conditions, specifically in machine tool applications. Newall backs its products with a global team that is dedicated to providing its customers the highest level of technical support and customer service.

Newall is a brand of Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST).

 

Custom Sensors & Technologies (CST) is a specialist in designing and manufacturing sensing, control and motion products.

Through its brands, BEI Kimco, BEI Sensors, BEI PSSC, Crouzet, Crydom, Kavlico, Newall and Systron Donner Inertial, CST offers customizable, reliable and efficient components for mission-critical systems in Aerospace & Defense, Transportation, Energy & Infrastructure, Medical, Food and Beverage and Building Equipment markets.

Focused on premium value offers and committed to excellence, CST, with 4.500 employees worldwide and sales of $600M US in 2013, is the dependable and adaptable partner for the most demanding customers.

www.cstsensors.com

PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT
Newall Offers Unprecedented Warranty

Newall Offers Unprecedented Warranty

To demonstrate our confidence in the durability or our DRO systems, Newall proudly offers its products with the best warranty available. Five Year Warranty(1) Newall warrants its new DRO ...


NEWALL NEWS
Newall to Exhibit at CIMT - Beijing

Newall to Exhibit at CIMT - Beijing

Newall will be exhibiting at the 14th China International Machine Tool Show (CIMT2015) sponsored by China Machine Tool & Tool Builders’ Association will be kicked off on April 20-25, 2015, at the new ...


APPLICATION STORY
DP1200 - Not Just For Long Travel Machine Applications

In an article from The Virtual Machine Shop by Ron Smith, he writes about the severe shortage of skilled machinists in the USA. Smith writes:” The machinists who became part of the pro...


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