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eBook: Moving in the Right Direction

April 15, 2021
A compendium of technical articles from Machine Design and SEW-Eurodrive.

The process of design for motion control is a methodical one, but as you’ll read, it’s also one that should touch areas outside your design team. We start by reviewing a few essentials, and then talk about how design with motion control in mind. One of the key areas of this presentation is to examine the idea of integrated automation to evaluate the role of your motion control function as it relates to the whole automation platform. We’ll wrap up this eBook by looking at how to maximize your VFD speed range above to improve stability and reduce cost.

Motion control can be as simple as driving a car, but the essence of the two functions is to be thoughtful before you start about each action you plan to take. The goal is to get moving safety in the right direction from the start. You can prepare for that safe journey by learning the basics and building on those fundamentals.  

Click HERE  to get your copy of Moving in the Right Direction. 

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