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    • Robots: How to Choose the Right One

      Robots: How to Choose the Right One

      Available in a range of performance capabilities and prices, robots are becoming ubiquitous in all types of industrial production operations. Understanding the capabilities of each robot type is key to making the best choice for your business. For a half-century, the image of the large, six-axis...
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    • What is a Cartesian Robot?

      What is a Cartesian Robot?

      Opposed to another type of robot or multi-axis system. First, a Cartesian system is one that moves in three, orthogonal axes — X, Y, and Z — according to the Cartesian coordinates. (Although it should be noted that a rotary axis — in the form of an end effector or end of arm tooling — is sometim...
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    • What are Some Linear Motion Options for Moving Multiple Loads Independently?

      What are Some Linear Motion Options for Moving Multiple Loads Independently?

      From a mechanical standpoint, one of the more challenging applications in linear motion has traditionally been to move two or more loads independently, as is required in some handling, transport, and inspection applications. While using multiple linear systems, or preassembled actuators, is a si...
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    • Part 2 – What is racking in gantry systems, and how can it be avoided?

      Part 2 – What is racking in gantry systems, and how can it be avoided?

      In Part 1 of this post, we looked at various methods of driving the X axes in gantry systems and how the drive method can influence the gantry’s tendency to experience racking. Another factor that can cause racking in gantry systems is lack of mounting accuracy and parallelism between the two X ...
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    • Part 1 – What is Racking in Gantry Systems, and How Can it be Avoided?

      Part 1 – What is Racking in Gantry Systems, and How Can it be Avoided?

      Gantries differ from other types of multi-axis systems (such as Cartesian robots and XY tables) by using two base (X) axes in parallel, with a perpendicular (Y) axis connecting them. While this dual X-axis arrangement provides a wide, stable footprint and allows gantry systems to deliver high lo...
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    • What Makes a Linear Stage Different from Other Types of Linear Motion Systems?

      What Makes a Linear Stage Different from Other Types of Linear Motion Systems?

      Linear motion systems — consisting of a base or housing, a guide system, and a driving mechanism — are available in a wide variety of designs and configurations to suit almost any application. And because their designs are so varied, they’re often categorized according to key construction and op...
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    • Strengths & Limitations: Belt Drive vs. Ball Screw Actuators

      Strengths & Limitations: Belt Drive vs. Ball Screw Actuators

      The challenge for mechanical automation systems in the past has been the successful conversion of rotational motion from electric or mechanical motors into useful forms of linear motion.  A breakthrough in this regard, the conveyor belt system represented one of the first useful implementations ...
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    • Linear Drive Systems: Precision Parts Production in Aerospace to Machine Tooling

      Linear Drive Systems: Precision Parts Production in Aerospace to Machine Tooling

      Differences abound between traditional rack and pinion twin drives, split-pinion-based designs, and roller-pinion systems. From aerospace to machine tooling, glass cutting, medical and more, manufacturing processes depend on reliable motion control. Delivering the speed and precision required by...
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    • The World of Actuation is Turning Electromechanical

      The World of Actuation is Turning Electromechanical

      When it comes to linear actuators, electromechanical devices are becoming the option of choice over their pneumatic cousins due to their speed, precision, and size. Over recent years, demands have grown louder from factory and company managers to use more electric rod-style actuators and fewer p...
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    • How to Select the Right Linear Actuator

      How to Select the Right Linear Actuator

      Selecting the right linear actuator for your application involves accounting for the necessary speed, load, stroke length, and more. Building a successful linear motion system starts with choosing the appropriate actuator. Between the different sizes, technologies, and qualities, hundreds of opt...
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    • Synchronizing Packaging Motion with Servos

      Synchronizing Packaging Motion with Servos

      Customers demand reduced maintenance and equipment size, and faster throughput and machine setup. To meet these requirements, equipment manufacturers are choosing servo-controlled motion over mechanical components. Motion control defines the capabilities and limitations of a machine. Therefore, ...
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    • Motion Scenarios: Pick-and-place applications

      Motion Scenarios: Pick-and-place applications

      Designing comprehensive automation for high-speed pick-and-place applications is among the most challenging tasks faced by motion engineers. As robotic systems become more complex and production rates climb ever higher, system designers must keep up with the latest technologies or risk specifyin...
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