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  • Servo-Drive Presses At Work (.pdf)
    The search for the right press to fit the majority of jobs it was seeing put out for bid landed Jagemann on the doorstep of Komatsu America Industries, LLC, Wood Dale, IL, and late in 2002 the firm finalized its purchase of a 300-ton servo-drive mechanical press. The multi-point straightside press
  • Ethernet Enabled Servo Drive - CMMP-AS-M3, Automation World, April 2013
    The new Festo CMMP-AS-M3 servo drive offers Ethernet IP, ProfiNet, EtherCat, Profibus, and DeviceNet networkability
  • Why Use Mechanical Torque Limiters in a Servo Drive System?
    Electronic current limiting is not always a 100% effective way to prevent torque overloads in a mechanical system
  • Application Guide for High Performance Brushless Servo Systems
    The trapezoidal or square wave current brushless servo is characterized the same as a brush-type servo drive and is generally well understood. The principles of sizing the sinusoidal brushless servo drive are similar, but there are some differences which merit review. Therefore, this section
  • Handbook for High Performance Brushless Servo Systems
    The traditional permanent magnet DC servomotor has been the industry workhorse for many decades in high performance servo drive applications. The primary reason< for this is that the DC servomotor is very easy to control using adjustable DC voltage. A brief review of the operating principle
  • Hard Disk Drive Servo Systems, 2nd Edition
    Hard Disk Drive Servo Systems, 2nd Edition. Reflecting recent improvements in spindle speed, bit density, and other changes in this fast-moving field, this monograph focuses on the applications of some newly developed results in control theory.
  • Economical Retrofits Outshine Servo Systems
    machine. The biggest problem with old machines is no or limited plate adjustment. New machines designed with servo drives are made to run faster with electronic error correction control devices. But this same error adjustment can easily be achieved with mechanical devices retrofitted onto an older
  • Direct-drive motors: Fast And Accurate
    The fundamentals of motor design have changed little over the course of time, but the technologies used to improve tolerances, and implement new assembly techniques, materials, and stator and rotor geometries are constantly evolving. Direct-drive motors meet the high-torque needs of large inertia

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