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SimuCUBE force feedback controller released

Written by: admin | April 4, 2016 | In category: Announcement

Tampere, Finland – March, 30th, 2016, A Finnish Company, Granite Devices, has released a new kind of Direct Drive Force Feedback Controller for professional class motorsport simulator market. Today’s high-end professional force feedback wheel simulators use direct drive technology. Direct drive means that the simulator steering wheel is directly attached to an electric motor’s shaft without any gears or belt transmission. With direct drive wheel, the driver can sense even tiniest bit of details from the road, such as gravel… Read the full post »

SimuCUBE announced

Written by: admin | February 9, 2016 | In category: Announcement

We’re proud to release the details of the upcoming force feedback simulator controller – SimuCUBE! This device will change the way force feedback systems are built and operated. For more info, see granitedevices.com/simucube.

Web site launch celebration campaign

Written by: admin | February 1, 2016 | In category: News

To celebrate the launch of the all new main web site, we are running a limited time discount campaign on the web shop. Use coupon code RELAUNCH to get 15% off from Argon and Ioni servo drives. The coupon is valid until 8th of Feb 2016.

New web site launched

Written by: admin | January 31, 2016 | In category: Announcement

Welcome to the all new main web site of Granite Devices! We hope you find it clearer and more usable than the previous site. If you find an error, or lack of information, please drop us a message. The old site can be found at granitedevices.com/oldsite.

ATOMI drive announced

Written by: admin | January 27, 2016 | In category: Announcement

We’re proud to announce ATOMI, the revolutionary multi axis drive for CNC applications. It is a closed loop stepper drive that essentially turns stepping motors into servo motors. ATOMI gives the benefits of both worlds: reliability of servos and high torque of steppers. Read more at openservodrive.com.