Finding the right size is crucial for choosing a motor as well as balancing torque, speed, and inertia for optimal application performance.
When implementing and specifying a linear motion application, users should consider many aspects including the required accuracy, speed, and the duty cycle to ensure the best possible performance.
Consider these installation, maintenance, and operating tips and advice for a linear motion system.
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Information helps the selection of the right motor regardless of application.
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Ethernet-enabled motor integration offers an automation solution.
ATO's induction motor series ranges from 1 to 7.5 HP and comes in 2-, 4-, sand 6-pole three phase ac induction motors as well as ODP or TEFC enclosure types.
Webcast presenter Jarrett Affolter answered questions about topics such as cost benefits of a compressed air system, recommended volume for an air tank, and when to use fixed speed or variable speed.