Cyclo-Index has been manufacturing mechanical intermittent motion drives and related products for more than 35 years. We offer a wide variety of products to meet our customers' indexing requirements, and we continue to develop new solutions for designers and users of automation equipment. Cyclo-Index promises quality products, competitive prices, and quick, on-time delivery.
Cyclo-Index began in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1965. It was founded by Martin J. Zugel, a former Senior Advanced Equipment Development Engineer with General Electric, and inventor of the original Cyclo-Index mechanism.
In 1983, Cyclo-Index was purchased by Leggett & Platt, Incorporated, a Fortune 500 company, and encouraged to expand both its product line and its national marketing. The goal of providing a highly-functional and reliable basic index drive for automation was broadened to include offering new types of indexing mechanisms, drive package components, and complete turnkey systems.
Cyclo-Index relocated to Carthage, Missouri, in 1988, and in August 1994, moved into a new 100,000 square-foot building specially built to house the engineering, research and development, and production facilities of the Cyclo-Index Division. A team of experienced engineers continue to develop new products, designs, and systems today.