Motion Design Guide on General Motion System Design

Motion Design Guide on General Motion System Design

Motion systems are integral to various industries, driven by electric motor designs comprising mechanical power-transmission and electrical components. The former includes gears, belts, chains, and bearings, while the latter encompasses motors, drives, controllers, sensors, and connectivity elements. 

Power-transmission designs prioritize torque and speed, whereas motion systems focus on controlled positioning and motion profiles. 

Access this guide on motion design systems to explore: 

  • The motion design process in in depth
  • Overview of motion control processes 
  • Rotary bearings for carrying loads  
  • When to specify a pre-integrated motor or linear actuator

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