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Can a Linear Actuator Provide the Rigidity and Accuracy of a Linear Stage?
U-shaped linear actuators are constructed with an extruded steel base. Although there are no industry standards that define linear actuators and linear stages, generally accepted terminology indicates that a linear actuator is typically constructed with an aluminum extrusion or base, while a linear stage is typically built on a flat, machined steel or granite base. This distinction impl...
What is ratcheting in synchronous belt drives?
Proper tension of synchronous belts is the tension at which the belt will transmit the required power without ratcheting when the drive system experiences full load. Synchronous belts (also referred to as toothed, cogged, timing, or high torque belts) use profiled teeth that mesh with a pulley or sprocket to deliver power transmission – most notably for applications that require high torque. W...
5 Keys to “Mechatronics Made Easy”
Structure, Components, Electronics Wiring, Maintainability. Bringing together mechanical, electrical, programming, and control engineering is not effortless. But integrating technology advances, and focusing on these five areas, can simplify the process and ensure that mechatronics is made easy. Today’s fast paced product development cycles and rapid advances in technology have pushed the need...
What You Need to Know About Corrosion-resistant Linear Guides
Especially for applications that require FDA or USDA compliance Recirculating ball and roller guides are the backbone of many automation processes and machines, thanks to their high running accuracy, good rigidity, and excellent load capacities — characteristics made possible by the use of high-strength AISI/ASTM 52100 chrome steel (commonly referred to as bearing steel) for the load-bearing p...
Five Steps to Linear Motor Integration
Typical Configuration of Motion System Design Linear motion is central to many moving machines, and the direct-drive nature of linear motors can simplify overall machine design in these applications. Other benefits include improved stiffness, because linear motors are fixed directly to the load. Integrating these motors (and the peripheral components they require) can seem daunting, but the pr...
Automated linear-transfer tool trays
Getting high precision and repeatability from production lines Until recently, getting high precision and repeatability from production lines was difficult. But now new systems for automation are eliminating barriers associated with manual handling and assembly of high-quality product. Here we review one such option — the offering known as linear tool tray-transfer systems. Linear tool tray-tr...
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 load capacity, long travel lengths, and good rigidity, it can also le...
What causes synchronous belt noise and how can it be reduced?
Slience means faster and longer lifetime. Synchronous belts are common in motion systems, providing smoother operation and better high-speed performance than chains and lacking the problems of slipping and stretching that can plague V-belts in precision applications. But one downfall of synchronous, or toothed, belts is the noise they produce. Although quieter than a chain drive, a synchronous...
Take the burden out of managing misalignment in linear motion systems
Guard against causes of bearing failure. No one wants a linear bearing to fail prematurely. While many factors can threaten a bearing’s expected life, designers of industrial machines must especially guard against alignment errors between the bearing rails and moving elements. Not only is misalignment one of the most common causes of bearing failure, it is also among the most costly and comple...
Different Drive Concepts For Different Machine Tool Motions
Main Drives Main drives are predominantly closed-loop controlled, electric synchronous, and asynchronous motors. Their applications include kit or housed motors for use in turning, milling and grinding machines as well as in machining centers. The traditional spindle drives with housed motors – mostly air-cooled – are also popular as main drives. In comparison with motor spindles they are less...
Rules for Actuator and Guide Alignment in Linear Motion Systems
Following a few simple guidelines for designing linear motion systems can improve system performance and actuator life. Many automated machines rely on linear guidance components, such as profiled rail, round rail or other rolling or sliding bearing structures, to guide and support the moving elements of equipment. Additionally, many times these moving elements are driven by some type of linea...
What types of motion can you create with multi-axis linear systems?
Point-to-point motion, Blended motion, Contoured motion. For many tasks, multi-axis linear systems — Cartesian robots, X-Y tables, and gantry systems — travel in straight lines to achieve quick point-to-point movements. But some applications, such as dispensing and cutting, require the system to follow a circular path or a complex shape that can’t be created by simple lines and arcs. Fortun...
Linear Motion Systems: Only as Strong as Weakest Link
Review five links in the chain of design elements so critical to precision operation. A linear motion system is only as strong as the most compromising links in its chain of mechanical and electromechanical elements. Understanding each component and feature (and its impact on design output) improves decisions and the odds the final design fully meets application demands. After all, system back...
6 things small manufacturers need to know about Cartesian robots
Load, Accuracy, Stroke, Controller, Driver and Supplier. 1. They handle heavier loads—A 20 kg payload is no problem for a Cartesian robot, which makes money savings possible by downsizing mechanics, using smaller components and less complex controls. 2. They fit tough orientations—A Cartesian robot is able to achieve the required precision when space is tight. 3. They widen travel range—Cartes...
Doing the Heavy Lifting: When Cartesian Robots Make the Most Sense
Terminator Size Robot is Ok? Compared to a Cartesian robot, a SCARA or six-axis system will generally deliver higher performance out of the box at a higher cost and with greater programming requirements, but with a smaller footprint, less weight and less rigid arm extension. On the other hand, a Cartesian system provides building blocks to create a solution that costs less and involves fewer e...
What are the main types of linear actuators?
Belt-driven/Screw-driven/Pneumatically driven/Rack-and-pinion driven/Linear motor driven 【Belt-driven and screw-driven actuators】 Although belt and screw drives are different technologies, it makes sense to put them in the same category because they are the two most common types of electromechanical actuators. Most manufacturers of linear actuators offer both belt and screw-driven options. B...
What’s the Difference Between Serial Kinematics and Parallel Kinematics in Multi-axis Motion Design?
We are solving the positioning problem. Today’s positioning tables and stages include hardware and software that’s more customized than ever to satisfy specific output requirements. That’s made for motion designs that move accurately through even complicated multi-axis commands. Precision feedback is key to such functionality — often taking the form of optical or (electronics-augmented) magnet...
A Selection Guide for Linear Systems
Multi-axis Stages and Tables Gone are the days when machine designers and builders had to choose between constructing their own linear system from scratch or settling for a limited range of pre-assembled systems that, in most cases, were an imperfect fit for their application. Manufacturers today offer systems based on a range of drive mechanisms—ball screws, belts, rack and pinions, linear mo...
Robotics or Motion Control? That is the question.
10 Questions to Help Decide. Though the lines can often be blurred, robotics and motion control are not the same thing. They are closely related in many ways, but robots lean towards more “pre-engineered” solutions while motion control leans towards more modular solutions. This small but significant distinction poses a number of aspects for decision makers to consider when choosing the ...
Tips for selecting pre-engineered Cartesian robots
3 Steps to Design Your Linear Positioning System Cartesian robots operate in two or three axes along the Cartesian coordinate system of X, Y, and Z. While SCARA and 6-axis robots are more widely recognized, Cartesian systems can be found in nearly every industrial application imaginable, from semiconductor manufacturing to woodworking equipment. And it’s no surprise that Cartesians are so wide...
What are Planar Errors and How Do They Affect the Accuracy of a Linear Motion System?
Linear, Angular and Planar Errors. In an ideal world, a linear motion system would exhibit perfectly flat, straight motion and reach the intended position with zero error every time. But even the highest precision linear guides and drives (screws, rack and pinions, belts, linear motors) have some errors due to machining tolerances, handling, mounting, and even the manner in which they’re appli...
Swiss Army Knife for Industrial Automation
Common Applications for Linear Rail Guides Linear rails are the backbone of many industrial applications, providing low-friction guidance and high stiffness for loads that can range from just a few grams to thousands of kilograms. Their range of sizes, accuracy classes, and preloads make linear rails suitable for virtually any performance requirement. The reasons for using linear rail...
Why Use Linear Guides and Ball Screws with Ball Chains?
Key Design Character for Your Linear Motion System One of the differences between radial ball bearings and recirculating ball linear guides has historically been that radial bearings typically use a cage to separate the balls and control their movement, whereas profiled rail guides did not. But in the early 2000’s, manufacturers of profiled rail bearings began introducing versions with ball ca...
What are the Differences Between Plain and Rolling Linear Guides?
Make a Good Choice for Your Linear Positioning System A linear guide (or linear bearing) is a mechanical element that allows relative motion between two surfaces, with one surface supporting the other, and minimum friction between the two. There are two basic types of linear guides: plain and rolling element. While their general function is the same, their design and performance differ signifi...
Three efficient ways to reduce maintenance costs for linear systems
Replacing a linear guide carriage or replacing a full carriage and rail assembly. Inadequate lubrication can cause bearing failure. But while lubrication is the most important maintenance factor in linear bearing life, there are other things that users can do to reduce maintenance costs and ensure they get the most life from a linear bearing, ball screw, or actuator. 【Look and listen】 Once t...
What the World Would be Like if Palletizer Machines Didn’t Exist
Hello Automation, Goodbye Manual Palletizing Palletizer machines have become an essential part of automation, replacing human error and injury in manufacturing with efficiency and speed. In addition to such benefits, palletizers can handle environments that would otherwise be injurious to workers. Instead of requiring the hire of more laborers to do this work, many companies have adopted palle...
4 Primary Application Parameters—Stroke, Load, Speed and Precision
Gone are the days when machine designers and builders had to choose between constructing their own linear system from scratch or settling for a limited range of pre-assembled systems that, in most cases, were an imperfect fit for their application. Manufacturers today offer systems based on a range of drive mechanisms—ball screws, belts, rack and pinions, linear motors, and pneumatics—with gui...
How to design a linear-motion system?
High efficiency, accuracy and stiffness. The shortest path between two points is a straight line. But if you’re designing a linear-motion system, you’ll have to consider structural support, guides, drives, seals, lubrication, and accessories between points A and B. Whether you decide to design and build your system from scratch using standard parts or buy one that’s engineered for you, making ...
Seven Key Parameters to Design an Optimal, Cost-effective Linear Motion System
Load, Orientation, Speed, Travel, Precision, Environment and Duty Cycle. Careful analysis of the application, including orientation, moment and acceleration, will reveal the load that must be supported. Sometimes, the actual load will vary from the calculated load, so engineers must consider the intended use and potential misuse. When sizing and selecting linear motion systems for assembly mac...
Innovative Servo Drive Suppresses Vibrations
Suppressing Vibration Dramatically Reduces Settling Time. In a high-speed pick-and-place operation, settling time is the enemy of productivity. Speed is essential for high-volume assembly. However, speed also creates problems. In a pick-and-place operation, for example, moving quickly from side to side and stopping on a dime sets up vibrations. To pick or place a part with any kind of accuracy...
Don’t overlook these factors when choosing a linear system
Movement Life Means a Lot. When sizing a linear system, the first application parameters that come to mind are probably travel, load, and speed. In addition, details about the load’s placement, the move profile, and the duty cycle are needed in order to accurately calculate the bearing’s useful travel life, which is the typical standard by which a linear system is evaluated. Although the trave...
Three Easy Ways to Reduce Maintenance Costs for Linear Systems
【Look and Listen】 Once the system is installed, tuned, and run-in, pay attention to any changes in running smoothness or noise. Rough running can indicate excess contamination or damage to bearing surfaces, while an increase in running torque often signals extreme wear. Noise has several potential causes, but when dealing with ball or lead screw assemblies, misalignment of the end bearings i...
Where Linear Motors Improve Designs: Application Example in Multi-axis Stage
A Robotic Control XYZ Gantry Machine-tool applications and the manufacture and assembly of semiconductor components account for more than half of all linear-motor use. That’s because linear motors are precise (albeit costly compared to other linear-motion options). Other applications for these relatively new motion components also include those that need fast and precise positioning or slow an...
How Many Axes Should My Robot Have?
If you have already shopped for a robot you have probably already been confronted with the number of axes that are included in the robot. Perhaps, if you are new to the robotic world you may wonder: What this all means? and Why is it important how many axes my robot has? Robots will have 3 to 7 axes generally, so… What do you actually need? Here’s a little recap of the number of a...
Capture Moving Timelapse Video with this Motion Control Camera Slider
single-axis linear motion system I’ve enjoyed capturing timelapse videos ever since I found myself in possession of a camera that could do them. I love the way they transform the mundane into the surreal, whether it’s the ability to see a transformation taking place that’s too slow to observe with the naked eye, or to witness the haphazard nature of our daily lives unfold at breakneck speed. I...
Cartesian Handling System: 2D Motion & 3D Motion
Customization and Versatility Cartesian handling systems as serial kinematics have main axes for straight-line motion and auxiliary axes for rotation. The system acts simultaneously as guide, support and drive and must be integrated into the application’s complete system regardless of the handling system structure. 【Standard mounting positions】 All Cartesian handling systems can be installed...
What Questions Should You Ask During the Product Lifecycle?
There are four phases of a product’s lifecycle. When you’re in the business of manufacturing, it’s important to know exactly why you’re doing what you’re doing and to leave nothing to chance. There are too many resources invested across the entire manufacturing process to be flippant about it. That means you need to properly plan what you want to create and make sure you’re asking all the righ...
What Makes a Robot a Cartesian Robot?
As 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 sometimes included on the outermost axis of a Cartesian robot.) What makes a Cartesian robot a robot is t...
What the World Would be Like if Palletizer Machines Didn’t Exist?
Palletizer machines have become an essential part of automation, replacing human error and injury in manufacturing with efficiency and speed. In addition to such benefits, palletizers can handle environments that would otherwise be injurious to workers. Instead of requiring the hire of more laborers to do this work, many companies have adopted palletizers into their workplace environments in o...
Designing with Motion Control in Mind
What OEMs and design engineers need to know about motors, drives, and controllers. Whether designers are improving a motion-centric machine or building a new one, it is essential they begin with motion control in mind. Then they can develop the design around the best way to get effective and efficient automation. Motion-based machines should be designed and built around their core functions. F...
Ballscrews Provide Fast, Accurate Linear Motion
What, Why and How Because of their ability to provide high thrust and accurate positioning, ballscrews can be found in many automated assembly applications that require linear motion. Ballscrews drive positioning stages for assembling small parts. Ballscrews control the Z axis in robots and the ram in electromechanical assembly presses. With their high stiffness, low settling Arial and fast tra...
How To Use Tools/bits Of Wood CNC Router Machines?
The selection and use of tools/bits and fixtures are very important in the process of engraving and cutting works with CNC router machines. Incorrect use can easily cause damage to the tools, even the engraving effect will be greatly reduced. How to select and use tools for wood cnc router machine? 10 principles here should be well considered: 1.The size of tools/bits and fixtures should be su...
Whether to Make or Buy a Linear System?
Calculate Linear and Radial-bearing Life, Ball-screw Life, Ball-screw Critical Speed, and Deflection of the Support Profile When considering whether to make or buy a linear system, think about the engineering time and expertise you’ll need to design the system from scratch. You’ll need to calculate linear and radial-bearing life, ball-screw life, ball-screw critical speed, and deflection of th...
Switching from Robot Systems to Cartesian Handling Systems
Overview of industrial robots The trend in conventional linear and rotational applications is moving away from robots to energy-efficient and cost-optimized systems, as manufacturers often don’t require all the functions, large sizes and degrees of freedom robots provide. Although considered an industrial robot by DIN standards, Cartesian handling systems offer simpler and more energy efficien...
Tips for selecting pre-engineered Cartesian robots
【X-Y and X-Y-Z orientations】 Cartesian robots operate in two or three axes along the Cartesian coordinate system of X, Y, and Z. While SCARA and 6-axis robots are more widely recognized, Cartesian systems can be found in nearly every industrial application imaginable, from semiconductor manufacturing to woodworking equipment. And it’s no surprise that Cartesians are so widely deployed. They’...
The Difference Between Model Predictive Control and Vibration Suppression
Linear Axis Servo System Today’s ac servo systems are much different than those built even 10 years ago. Faster processors and higher resolution encoders are enabling manufacturers to implement amazing advances in tuning technology. Model Predictive Control and vibration suppression are two such advances that can be successfully applied even in complex servo systems. Servo tuning as it p...
Synchronous belt failures: Six ways they can occur
the causes of opting for the synchronous belt Synchronous belts can transmit high torque without the potential for slip, due to positive engagement between the teeth of the belt and the grooves of the pulley. But the performance of synchronous belt drive systems can be affected by installation errors, unexpected application conditions, or the use of components that aren’t suitable for the oper...
What are Accuracy and Repeatability in Industrial Robots?
linear motion system key parameter There are numerous ways to classify the performance of linear positioning devices such as ball screws, belts, and rack and pinion systems, but the terminology can be confusing. The two most common terms, accuracy and repeatability, and are often used interchangeably. When someone says that a ball screw is very accurate, they may really mean that it’s repeatab...
When Do You Need a Gantry Robot?
When you think of an industrial robot, what comes to mind? Articulated robots like these are widely recognized, thanks to car company commercials and robot dance sequences. SCARA (Selective Compliance Articulated Robot Arm) robots are also well-recognized due to their adoption and proliferation in factories since the early 1980’s. Both of these – articulated and SCARA robots – combine linear a...
What Is Linear Robotics?
Different uses for Linear robotics With automation on the rise, the case for linear robotics, has expanded. Linear robots are a type of industrial robot with two or three principal axes that move in a straight line rather than rotate, functioning at right angles to each-other. The three sliding joints correspond to moving the wrist; up and down, back and forth, as well as in and out. Linear ro...
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