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  • New rules for sizing servos
    of similar size. Gearboxes routinely mate to servomotors to reduce speed and multiply torque. This lets smaller motors move larger loads and effectively reduce cost, weight, and space. Servo gearheads reduce the effects of inertia as well. That's important because for good system response, motor
  • Broader appeal in narrow webs
    evidence that new flexographic printing presses increasingly employ servo technology to synchronize print axes. The motivation for label makers is the same as for conventional offset-printing applications where servo technology has been applied for years. Shaftless drives incur less make-ready time
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    and analog servo drives,
  • Sorting out gearhead semantics
    An understanding of backlash, lost motion, and repeatability is the key to selecting servo gearheads. Precision gearheads are essential components of many servosystems, letting small motors control large loads. The TP+ gear reducer family, for instance, features small units with nominal output
  • Torque, Speed, and Yogurt Cups
    servomotors moving the platen had to share torque and not fight each other while driving the load. The initial approach was to designate one servo as a master axis with the other as a slave. But the master ended up handling a significantly larger portion of the load. , Rocklin, Calif. to arrive
  • Techniques to Build Energy-Efficient and Sustainable Machines
    (GHG) emissions, " he says. To help machinery run more efficiently and support sustainability goals, machine builders and manufacturers should use a few critical motion control best practices. That list includes mechatronic design, servo technology, and direct-drive technology. Steadily dropping

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