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  • Case Studies [Positioning Switch] : Detected Deviation of the X-Y Axes of a Machining Table
    Metrol's IP67 waterproof "Precision Positioning Switch" can demonstrate 0.5 repeatability even under harsh environment in machine tools where coolant and cutting chips splatter.
  • Putting Together a Plasma System
    Choosing a plasma power supply is one thing; putting together an entire system is something else altogether. A complete plan includes an X-Y table, CNC system, software, and fume control. Putting together a complete plasma cutting system can be a daunting task. It starts with the machine
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    by other industrial solid-state lasers. The low-noise unit has pulse power variations <4% peak to peak. With an average power >8 W at 1064 nm, the laser offers high throughput for high-speed applications based on galvanometer scanning or rapid x-y table motion. The Q-switched laser produces
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    the machine to achieve high precision levels. The manufacturer has employed hydrostatic rather than linear drives in the machine design because the former do not create a whipping cogging effect. Hydrostatic guideways lift the machine table 18 um, thus there are no metal-to-metal contacts or wearing
  • Machining - Five-Axis Machining: What Are The Benefits and How Can You Achieve this Capability? - 09/07
    or Z axes. There are currently three main ways of achieving simultaneous five-axis milling: (1) a dedicated five-axis machining center; (2) a tilting/rotary or trunnion table; and, (3) a spindle head attachment. There are currently more than 15 original equipment manufacturers of five-axis
  • Efficient Fixed-Point Trigonometry Using CORDIC Functions for PIC16F
    AN1061 Efficient Fixed-Point Trigonometry Using CORDIC Functions For PIC16F TABLE 1: SIN(x) FUNCTION CALL Author: Jose Benavides SPECIFICATIONS WITH Microchip Technology Inc. PIC16F877A AT 20 MHZ CORDIC in asm Math.h in C INTRODUCTION Time 370 µs1.9 ms This application note presents
  • Efficient Fixed-Point Trigonometry Using CORDIC Functions for PIC16F
    AN1061 Efficient Fixed-Point Trigonometry Using CORDIC Functions For PIC16F TABLE 1: SIN(x) FUNCTION CALL Author: Jose Benavides SPECIFICATIONS WITH Microchip Technology Inc. PIC16F877A AT 20 MHZ CORDIC in asm Math.h in C INTRODUCTION Time 370 µs1.9 ms This application note presents

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