Macron Dynamics Hires a New Director of Engineering to Lead Product Development Initiatives

Chis Robinson, director of engineering at Macron Dynamics

Macron Dynamics announced today that Chris Robinson has been hired as director of engineering. Chris will be primarily responsible for leading product development and design, quality and ISO compliance, and product data management activities at Macron.

“We are pleased to welcome Chris to Macron,” said Craig Marshall executive vice president at Macron. “He brings a tremendous amount of experience and will be instrumental in helping us roll-out new products and continue to deliver automation solutions for client in a wide range of industries.”

Chris comes to Macron with experience in industries including medical and pharmaceutical products, biotech, food and beverage, aerospace and photovoltaic. Chris has worked as an engineering consultant, design engineer, mechanical engineer, and product development manager. In addition, since 1991, Chris has been listed on 15 U.S., patents as either inventor or joint inventor.

Prior to joining Macron, Chris worked as a mechanical engineering group manager at EVP Solar/New Millennium Solar Equipment Corp., where he played an instrumental role in building the group and managing the installation of projects worldwide.

To learn more or see Macron’s products in motion, visit Macron’s website,, or call Macron Dynamics, Inc. at 1-800-MACRON-1 (1-800-622-7661).

About Macron Dynamics, Inc.

Macron Dynamics designs and manufactures linear motion products, actuators and belt drives, and multi-axis automation systems creatively engineered to improve productivity and reduce costs in commercial and industrial automation applications. Macron’s products include belt driven linear actuators, belt drives, rail actuators, robotic positioners, gantries, dumbwaiters, screw driven actuators, roller conveyors, and extruded aluminum machinery framing. In addition, Macron specializes in the engineering of custom multi-axis linear motion and automation systems from basic assemblies to complete robotic automation units.


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