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Motion Control – Case Study – Ball Screws used in Wearable Pumps!

Motion Control – Case Study: Wearable Pumps!     The Next Generation of Intelligent Balloon Catheters Depend on Novel Designs of Ball Screw Driven Pumps Woburn, MA –Motion Control Components Ball Screws – Case Study – Situation: In the realm of cardiovascular assist devices, recent developments have focused on fully implantable pumps. Among the first […]

Motion Control – Steinmeyer Tutorial Series – Ball Screws – Explaining Load Capacity!

Motion Control – Ball Screw Tutorial     Tutorial presented by Steinmeyer – Many engineers are confused about this topic, especially if they don’t work frequently with ball screws. So let’s take a moment to explain the terminology.   BURLINGTON, MA — There are generally two load capacities given for a particular ball screw: Dynamic […]

Motion Control – Automation Fair in Vancouver, BC on November 6, 2019

Motion Control – Automation Fair       We are excited to invite you to the Electromate Automation Fair on November 6, 2019. The event will take place at the Delta Hotels Burnaby Conference Centre in Burnaby, British Columbia. The Automation Fair is a great opportunity to explore new technologies and see what’s changing in […]

Motion Control White Paper – Unlocking the Linear Motion Specification Query

Motion Control White Paper Understanding the specifications needed to properly size my motion control application –   Santa Clarita, CA —– Every motion control problem begins with a need to move a certain payload over a certain distance. However, there are many types of moves possible, and determining the right motion control solution may require […]

Motion Control Tutorial – Slotted vs. Slotless Motor Technology

When first introduced, brushless DC motors, despite their many advantages, were cast as a costly alternative to brush-commutated motors and were typically only specified for low-power applications where long life was the primary desired requirement. Without the mechanical brush-commutator mechanism that would wear and eventually result in motor failure, brushless motors could be relied upon […]

Motion Control – Steinmeyer Tutorial – Ball Screws – Maximum Load!

              Tutorial presented by Steinmeyer – Their Ball Screws are specially manufactured for dynamic performance Woburn, MA –Motion Control Tutorial – Ball Screws – Maximum Load There are five ways a ball screw may fail due to overload: Excessive dynamic loading, which means the screw makes too many revolutions […]

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