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How to Know When Precision Motion Control is the Right Choice

Patrick Wheeler
Product Manager

For many engineers working in the automation space, programmable logic controllers, industrial ethernet communication networks and sensors are common tools of the trade. Those tools are used in motor control applications such as controlling fans, pumps and blowers using AC motors; controlling process lines via torque and velocity control with high-powered brushed DC motors; microstepping control for precise applications using stepper motors; and controlling position, velocity and/or torque with servo motors. Each technology has its own benefits, and for the most part the world’s largest automation suppliers have an adequate solution no matter what technology is required. However, there is also a set of solutions aimed at a completely different level of motor control: precision motion control. 

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