Join the upcoming webinar and discover how to choose the perfect FAULHABER drive systems for your logistics applications.
Whether it’s conveyor belts, lifters, grippers, AGV robots, or camera PTZ control, incorporating high-quality drive systems can greatly enhance performance and efficiency.
In this webinar, FAULHABER will take you on a journey from defining your specific requirements to selecting a complete drive system tailored to your application.The FAULHABER experts will provide valuable insights, explaining diagrams, and sharing tips and tricks to help you choose the ideal motion source for your next project.
Don’t miss this opportunity to optimize your logistics operations with cutting-edge drive systems! Register now to secure your spot and mark your calendar for the webinar on June 27 11:00 AM-12:00 PM.
Don’t miss the opportunity to deepen your understanding of FAULHABER gearhead technologies. This time FAULHABER will delve into the world of gearhead technologies, providing you with a comprehensive comparison that will help you make informed decisions.
This time FAULHABER will shed light on the impact of backlash and how it can be effectively reduced. Backlash is a common concern in many drive systems, and understanding its effects is crucial for achieving optimal performance. The FAULHABER experts will share practical strategies to minimize backlash and enhance positioning stability and accuracy.
Moreover, the significance of selecting the right gearhead technology for a project. Showcase of real world applications of successful integration of motor, gearhead, and encoder combinations, enabling you to complete your drive system flawlessly, will be made.
Dont´t forget to attend the FAULHABER webinar April 27. This time you´ll explore the topic of converting rotary motion to linear motion using a screw. With so many different options available when it comes to type of motors and screws, it can be challenging to identify the best technology for your needs. However, after attending the webinar April 27, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and insights in advantages and disadvantages of different technologies for creating linear motion.
The FAULHABER Linear Actuator L series are designed to provide high performances in compact dimensions, these actuators can support large input speed, high output force and are suited for a wide range of applications like robotics, industrial machines and laboratory equipment.
A large number of reduction ratios, uniformly distributed, are available to select the most appropriate configuration to fit various force or speed operating points as required by the application.
This new family also grants high flexibility offering different screw sizes and types; moreover a large selection of options is available to match different ambient conditions and make mechanical integration inside applications faster and smoother through various flange and nut configurations.
Combined with FAULHABER’s wide range of DC motors, brushless motors and stepper motors, you can tailor a complete solution to suit your requirements. Want to know more? Ask us and we’ll be happy to tell you more.
Stepper motors are employed in a variety of applications across the engineering spectrum because they are inexpensive, simple to operate, and offer high torque at low speeds. However, stepper motors suffer from drawbacks such as missed steps, decreased torque at high speeds, resonances, and high power consumption. In order to mitigate these issues, Galil has three methods of closing the loop around a stepper motor: End point correction, closed loop microstepping, and driving the stepper motor as a 2-phase brushless motor.
Robotics and automation have long been standard in production. In the world of the medical industry, they are becoming increasingly important. This is due, on the one hand, to a gain in efficiency and comfort – to say nothing of the cost savings – and, on the other hand, to the innovative drive solutions that ensure trust in the most demanding of applications: From local, office-based analysis systems to fully automated, large-scale laboratories, from functional prostheses to portable medication dosing units and even surgery robots, FAULHABER drive components are the first choice here. In addition to the high standards of EN ISO 9001 and 14001, FAULHABER is also specially certified for medical products acc. to EN ISO 13485.
Motors in drive systems, that offer a particularly large amount of force and can operate trouble-free for a long time are needed for powerful gripping or for hours of milling. At the same time, the drives for the tools must by definition consistently deliver maximum performance – with small dimensions, since space is always limited in the function head.
An industrial world without robotics or automation has today become inconceivable. In this context, process safety, reliability and economic efficiency are on the forefront when it comes to the application of such systems in modern production lines. The industrial-grade drive components from FAULHABER convince with their high endurance and performance in a robust and compact design. Whether for exact and highly dynamic positioning tasks, for example in SMT assembly machines, handling devices and electrical grippers, conveyor systems or sensitive and low-noise operations in artificial robotic hands.
Celera Motion announces the expansion of its Zettlex Ultra IncOder™ series of inductive angle encoders with the introduction of the new Mini Ultra and, continued growth of the Midi Ultra. Celera Motion’s Zettlex encoders use a unique, inductive technology that employs the use of printed circuit boards (PCBs). These encoders are non-contact devices which allow precision measurement of angle or angular speed in harsh environments where traditional capacitive and magnetic devices can be unreliable. Each Ultra IncOder unit is pre-calibrated and offers up to 19 arc-seconds accuracy depending on size. Read more
This is particularly important in today’s world as the demands for decentralized electronics and capacity to handle complex real-time applications become ever higher.
Of course, both motor and motion controller can do significantly more than is shown here. For a more comprehensive instruction of how to program in BASIC for automation purposes, use the whitepaper from FAULHABER concerning its local scripting capabilities (pdf).
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Ironhand’s® pioneering system has been developed to prevent and detect risks of repetitive strain injuries from grip-intensive tasks. The system combines neuroscience, mechatronics and robotics with unique digital functions and strengthens the user’s grip and endurance.