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Incremental motion control systemsand devices

Symposium on Incremental Motion Control Systems and Devices (4th 1975 University of Illinois)

Incremental motion control systemsand devices

proceedings, 4th annual symposium, 1-3 April 1975

by Symposium on Incremental Motion Control Systems and Devices (4th 1975 University of Illinois)

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Published by University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign .
Written in English


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StatementProfessor B.C. Kuo, editor.
ContributionsUO, Benjamin C.
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Open LibraryOL19804810M

This allows intermediate encoder counts to be interpolated to over times. These motors are brushless and phase currents are commutated as a function of time to produce motion. Orthogonality: The degree of perpendicularity, or squareness, between the two axes in an X-Y or X-Z table. For example if you have an existing system and you want the moves to complete twice as fast, the system will require 8x the power! Typical encoders are designed with a printed disc and a light source. The motor has a permanent magnet rotor and wound stator.

Coefficient of Friction: This is defined as the ratio of the force required to move a given load to the magnitude of that load. Ta and Td still exist, but they are now specified values instead of random values. It offered a much less expensive alternative to ready-made motion control units, and it also provided a learning experience. Today drives can be expected to handle all of the system feedback including encoders, resolvers and tachometers, as well as limit switches and other sensors. These are often based on the velocity profiles of a move such as a triangular profile, trapezoidal profile, or an S-curve profile.

These systems are flexible, efficient, and cost-effective. This task is part of the "production cycle" that has to be completed to create each product or batch of products. Crossover Frequency The frequency at which the gain intercepts the 0 dB point on a Bode plot used in reference to the open-loop gain plot. Acceleration usually refers to increasing velocity and deceleration describes decreasing velocity. Abbe Error A linear positioning error caused by a combination of an angular error in the ways, and an offset between the precision determining element lead screw, feedback device, etc. Torque loss and oscillation can occur in underdamped open-loop systems.


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Incremental motion control systemsand devices by Symposium on Incremental Motion Control Systems and Devices (4th 1975 University of Illinois) Download PDF Ebook

Orthogonality: The degree of perpendicularity, or squareness, between the two axes in an X-Y or X-Z table. A positive slope in the velocity profile will be positive torque and negative slope will be negative torque.

Encoder Resolution: A measure of the smallest positional change which can be detected by the encoder. Ball Screw A lead screw which has its threads formed as a ball bearing race; the carriage contains a circulating supply of balls for increased efficiency.

The fundamentals of motion control systems

Lead Screw: A device for translating rotary motion into linear motion, consisting of an externally threaded screw and an internally threaded carriage nut. Newer "intelligent" drives can close the position and Incremental motion control systemsand devices book loops internally, resulting in much more accurate control.

Later they incorporated four quadrant capabilities and the ability to power brushless motors. Verify that this gets rid of the oscillations.

One remedy is to add a notch filter as shown in Figure 3. Load variations can also cause loss of position. Electronic gearing or cam profiling : The position of a slave axis is mathematically linked to the position of a master axis.

Home Position: A reference position for all absolute positioning movements. Higher precision machines require a different motion profile. By default the notch is discretized using the ZOH method. The new MackINDY is specifically designed for single and low axis count applications where cost is paramount.

Once the initial position is known, relative feedback can provide position information throughout the range of motion.

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Through the interaction of electromagnetic fields, they generate power. Relative Feedback incremental These devices provide only incremental position updates. Cogging appears as a jerkiness especially at low speeds. Hysteresis: For a system with an analog input and digital output, the output value is dependent on both the input value and output state such that there is an input range over which the output can be high or low.

Today drives can be expected to Incremental motion control systemsand devices book all of the system feedback including encoders, resolvers and tachometers, as well as limit switches and other sensors.

Produces smooth Incremental motion control systemsand devices book over a wide speed range and high positional resolution. In closed loop systems, one or more feedback sensors such as absolute and incremental encodersresolvers or Hall effect devices to return the position or velocity of the actuator to the motion controller in order to close the position or velocity control loops.

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All products. Chapter 3. BASIC MOTION CONTROL CONCEPTS Chapter Objectives This chapter describes some of the basic concepts of motion control systems.

Motion Profiles In any motion control application the most important requirement is precise shaft rotation, whether it be with respect to position, time or velocity. The type of motion profile needed will.

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