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  • Table Filters
    Table filters were first introduced in the 1940s. They are vacuum filters that are fed from the top. Table filters consist of a series of trapezoid shaped sections arranged in a circular pattern to form a rotating table. Each section is connected to a stationary valve in the center of the filter
  • Engineering Reference Tables
    The process of selecting small hard-to-find rotating components for new prototypes or for production applications just became easier with the publication by Stock Drive Products and Sterling Instrument of this comprehensive 250-page Technical Reference Section which covers the subjects of: From
  • Neural network points way to cyber sentinels
    The self-aiming camera in the breadboard stage at a UI lab. The foreground camera and microphones input to the rotating-table-mounted camera that tracks targets. A leaf rustles and a flicker of light catches your eye. Instantly, your head rotates and your gaze shifts to lock on the target. Human
  • Un-tether Your Encoder: Go Wireless
    conditioning electronics and read-out devices. In most cases, machine designers can work around the annoyances and limitations that numerous wires and unreliable connectors pose. But in some installations, such as cranes, rotating tables, and mobile applications, it certainly would be nice if wires
  • Taking torque around corners
    There are only a few coupling methods that work with high misalignment angles in rotating equipment. A spring retainer on the pins lets users quickly disassemble individual joints. A splined shaft lets two block-and-pin joints slip axially relative to one another. Perhaps a hundred different types
  • How Does an Optical Encoder Work?
    The Optical Encoders typically consist of a rotating and a stationary member. The rotor is usually a metal, glass, or a plastic disc mounted on the encoder shaft. The disc has some kind of optical pattern, which is electronically decoded to generate position information. The rotor disc in absolute
  • Medical Device Link .
    of attenuated x-ray signals was collected at a rate of 1000 fans per rotation. Moving the table on which the patient lay through the rotating gentry at the same time, the operator could acquire a helix or spiral scanning pattern. This technique provided great freedom in the spacing of output images,
  • Direct-drive motors: Fast And Accurate
    , turrets, and pedestal assemblies typically run on standard servo-motors connected to rotating members through transmissions. The transmissions are usually gears or belts that convert the high-speed, low-torque of servomotors to the low-speed, high-torque needs of the rotary machine. However

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