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Trajectory generation techniques such as S-curve profiles, and electronic camming are standard features in modern machine design. This paper will take you through the mathematics of motion profiles, discuss which profiles work best for which applications, and how modest changes create big improvements.
Pumps that move liquid precisely are at the heart of a broad array of patient treatment devices and laboratory automation. The first part of our fluid handling series will outline the keys to machine design success. Get an understanding of what type of fluid pumps will work best in your motion control application.
The Juno MC71113, MC73113, and MC78113 ICs provide velocity control of 3-phase Brushless DC and DC Brush motors with advanced features such as PI velocity loop control, programmable velocity estimation, dual biquad filtering, deadband filtering, FOC (Field Oriented Control), and more.
A noisy or chattering servo axis is perhaps the single most common motion problem that engineers encounter when building their DC Brush or Brushless DC motor-based machine. This deep dive focuses on servo motor noise problems and how to solve them.
S-curve motion profiles are vital for optimizing machine performance. In addition to providing smoother motion. In this deep dive, we explain how to achieve smoother motion using S-curve motion profiles which a vital tool for improving point to point transfer speeds.
It’s hard to keep up with the latest advances in motion control, especially as it relates to medical applications. This paper explores four important trends that go beyond raw performance to uncover capabilities that designers can utilize in their design projects.