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  • 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
  • Rotary Actuators
    to a gear rack, which rotates a pinion. Standard units are available with rotation of 90, 180, or 360 . They can be obtained with two parallel piston-rack units to double output torque. Outputs to 35 million lb-in. are available. consist of a shaft mounted in a cylindrical housing, with one or more vanes
  • Introduction to Electric Motors
    . The part inertias are usually converted to their equivalent value at the drive shaft. Equivalent inertia of the load only is found from: = load inertia in lb-ft = load speed in rpm, and = motor speed in rpm. Bodies having straight-line motion are often connected to rotating driving units by rack

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