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Effective October 1, 2017, we're pleased to announce that Moog Components Group is aligning its products within the other Moog operating segments.  We'll continue to design and manufacture innovative products that solve today's motion control challenges, as well as power and data transmission technologies for a wide range of applications and industries.

Your contacts at Moog will remain the same -- and your products will be manufactured at the same Moog facility. Our commitment to customer support is stronger than ever.

Instead of seeing our name as Moog Components Group, you’ll start to see our name listed as Moog Inc. Learn more about our transition into:

Moog Inc. (formerly Moog Components Group) provides innovative design and manufacturing capabilities in motion, electronics and fiber optics.  Both standard and custom product solutions are applied in industrial, commercial, medical, marine, wind turbine, aerospace and defense applications.

As the world’s leading slip ring manufacturer, Moog offers more than 10,000 slip ring designs that are used in medical equipment, ranging from large CT scanners to smaller models on camera systems, and rugged space and aircraft vehicles.

Moog is also a U.S. market leader in supplying fractional horsepower brushless DC motors in numerous applications.

Moog Components GroupProduct lines include:

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When Ethernet Rotates: Ethernet and Slip Rings (Connectors) There are cases when a slip ring must be utilized to carry the conductors of copper transmission line (cable) from a rotating platform to a stationary structure. The sharp growth in the use of Gigabit... (View Full Article)
Putting Some Predictability into Wind Turbine Maintenance (Linear and Rotary Motion Components) A wind turbine typically lasts 20 years. But most wind turbine warranties cover only the first two to five years of a wind turbineâ s life. As these systems age, not all facility owners are... (View Full Article)