Servo Motors

Why Servo Motors Top Stepper Motors for Precision Liquid Dispensing

Precision non contact dispensing of small liquid volumes requires using a 500µL or larger volume syringe barrel or liquid head, although 1000µL typically works best. These larger volumes allow for the...
On November 25, 2014

6 Trends in Robotics for the Life Sciences

There is no doubt that the Life Sciences industry is currently a dynamic environment.  For instance, changing market conditions have tasked life science OEMs with building their products using faster,...
On December 3, 2013

Macro Motion Control and Drive Solutions Meet Demands of Offshore

For offshore OEMs, the space, cost, reliability and performance benefits of single supplier, multiple technology integrated solutions represent a sensible approach in extreme environments. The harsh...
On August 15, 2013

Calculating Winding Temperature of Servo Motors

So, you want to know how to calculate the actual winding temperature of a Parker permanent magnet (PM) servo motor? In the course of applying rotary motors in applications, it sometimes becomes...
On June 26, 2013

When to Use Gearing in Motion-Control Designs Part 2 of 2

The appropriate use of gearing in your motion control application can make it run at lower rpms and provide more torque. Should you decide to use a gearhead, available configurations include...
On June 13, 2013

When to Use Gearing in Motion-Control Designs Part 1 of 2

Estimates say that only about one-third of the motion control systems in service use gearing, although there are good reasons for doing so. For example, when your motion control system must run...
On June 13, 2013

Electromechanical Technologies and Key Markets

Electromechanical is the technology of controlling mechanical devices via electricity. Parker electromechanical systems and components improve precision and increase productivity. Electromechanical...
On January 20, 2010