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  • ATLANTA Rack & Pinion Drives Featured in Motion Systems Design Magazine Article
    The November 2011 issue of Motion Systems Design Magazine features ATLANTA Rack and Pinion Drives in an article titled "Separating Rack & Pinion Myths From Reality". Rack and pinion drives are an age-old mechanism widely used for converting rotary motion into linear motion. However, myths
  • A Brief Overview of Coordinate Transformation (.pdf)
    in which to define position, and often the units interpreted by the control system are different than what the user understands or wishes to specify. For instance, in the rack and pinion system shown below in Figure 1, the applied force is a torque from a motor. This torque causes a rotation of the pinion
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    force-measurement test stand makes repetitive testing easy with adjustable travel stops. The lever-operated unit can be mounted on a bench or wall, and its rack-and-pinion mechanism allows for a total of 8 1/2 in. of travel. The unit measures 26 x 6 x 7 in. and weighs 13 lb. It can be supplied
  • How to Size Servo Motors: Advanced Inertia Calculations
    When selecting the appropriate servo motor for a motion control application, one must know the inertia of the load being rotated. Most servo motor manufacturers have software for sizing applications using basic mechanisms, such as ballscrews or rack-and-pinion. More complex systems, however, may
  • Motor Technology: Tubular Linear Motors
    to linear conversion mechanism. Eg. ball screw, rack and pinion, toothed belt. This is an extremely efficient motor design. The armature motor coils completely encircle the stator magnets to ensure optimum use of stored energy. All the standard motors operate without any forced cooling. The benefits
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    or wall mounting kit. The rack-and-pinion mechanism allows for a total of 8 1/2 in. of travel. Applications include material testing, sporing testing, peel testing, and product integrity testing. Mark-10 Corp., 458 W. John St., Hicksville, NY 11801. Instrumented indentor An instrumented
  • Basics of Configuring Drives
    at a different speed ratio or with an intermittent motion. Linear drives include leadscrews, conveyor belts, cranes, and rack-and-pinion drives. Rotary drives include all types of gearheads and (toothed) belt constructions. It typically takes just a few parameters to describe the conversion of power
  • Introduction to Electric Motors
    -and-pinion, cable, or cam mechanisms. For these parts, the equivalent = translation speed in fpm, is pi, and = rotational speed in rpm. Acceleration time of a motor-driven machine is directly proportional to total inertia and inversely proportional to the torque. For motors with constant acceleration

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