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Live Webinar: Designing an Optimal Rotary Motion Joint for Robotics & Factory Automation

 

Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now.

Register now to watch this webinar live or anytime after July 29, 2014.

Harmonic Drive® gearing is a dominant technology used in precision rotary motion applications in the field of robotics and factory automation as well as other industries such as machine tool, semiconductor, and medical equipment.   Basic principles and technical considerations will be reviewed leading to a discussion of rotary actuator joint design optimized for the application requirements while minimizing size & weight.

Webinar Content to Include:
-Overview of Harmonic Drive gearing principles and operation
-Technical considerations of joint performance
-Application design examples
-Design enhancements and customization

Title: Designing an Optimal Rotary Motion Joint for Robotics and Factory Automation
Date: Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Presenter: Bob Mullins, VP of Sales, Harmonic Drive LLC

 

Tags:  Harmonic Drive, Electromate, Strain Wave Gearing, Rotary Motion, Automation, Motion Control, Webinar, HD, Robotics, Factory Automation

 

 

See Electromate at the MMTS Show on May 12-14th


Are you attending the Montreal Manufacturing Technology Show (MMTS) on May 12-14, 2014? 


If so, stop by and say hello! Electromate is exhibiting it’s Robotic and Mechatronic Products in Booth #30.

Click on the link below to Register Now.

http://www.mmts.ca/attend/register-now

Tags:  Robotics, Mechatronics, Automation, Motion Control, Trade Show, Motor Control, Machine Control

Focus on Fundamentals – How to Select Drives for Robotic Applications

maxon motors would like to take this opportunity to announce that we will be sponsoring three FREE 45 minute online classes with interactive chat sessions on How to Select Drives for Robotic Applications presented by Dr. Urs Kafader, author of: The selection of high-precision microdrives.

At maxon motor we understand that selecting the right drive technology is crucial in any application.  These three short classes will provide a review of general requirements for drive selection. Learn More and Register Today!  Classes begin on April 29th.

  • April 29th – A Systematic Approach to Drive Selection
  • April 30th – DC Motor Data Sheets & Selection Rules
  • May 1st     – Multi-Axis Control Architectures

 

Tags:  Maxon, Maxon Motor AG, Servo Motor, Servo Drive, Motion Control, robot, robotics, webinar, Automation, Motion Control Systems

Attend an Automation and Food Safety Webinar. IP69K Products to meet new FDA FSMA standards

Join us for a Webinar on March 26, 2014 at 11:00AM EST
Register to watch this webinar live or anytime after March 26, 2014.
This webinar will include a general discussion on IP69K and USDA Approval
of Automation Products for the Food & Beverage, Pharma and Food Processing
Industries.  The webinar will cover the following discussion topics:
•   What is FSMA –Food Safety Modernization Act
•   IP69K Protection Rating Explained
•   USDA Approval Standard Explained
•   Important Considerations When Selecting Actuators for the Food and
Beverage Industry
•   Installation Requirements to Conform with USDA Accepted Equipment
Certification
•   Construction of Actuators for IP69K Approval
•   Value Proposition of Electric vs. Pneumatic including Total Cost of
Ownership Calculation
•   Hygienic Machine design standards
•   End User Purchase drivers for Hygienic Machinery
•   Powertrain section for Hygienic Machinery – overview of Kollmorgen
AKMH  servo motors
•   Planetary Gearhead solutions for the food and beverage market
•   Important Considerations When Selecting Gearboxes for the Food and
Beverage Industry
•   Construction of Gearboxes for IP69K Approval
Date:
Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Presenters: Aaron Dietrich, Tolomatic.  Bill Sutton, Kollmorgen.  Howard Horn,
Micron Gearbox

If you’re too busy to attend live, register anyways and we’ll send you a recording
of the webinar you  can watch when it’s  convenient for you. You can also watch
previously recorded webinars on our YouTube channel.

 

DC Servo Motor Sizing Made Easy: A Practical 1/2 Day Course presented by Dr. Urs Kafader, maxon motor ag

Monday February 3rd in Coquitlam, BC  and  Tuesday February 4th in Calgary, AB

This half-day seminar provides the practical information you need to successfully select the right DC motor — be it brushed or brushless — for your application.  You’ll learn about the interpretation of motor data and how you can use this information for motor sizing.  Whether you need high speed and dynamics or just high torque, this seminar will teach you to size a motor + drive with just the right power reserves, avoiding costly oversized motors.  The Calgary seminar features a discussion on the selection and operation of extreme environment servo motors including downhole drilling motors.

Presenter: Dr. Urs Kafader, maxon motor ag, author of the “Selection of High-Precision Microdrives”

What You’ll Receive:

  • maxon Formulae Handbook
  • E-Learning software tutorial on USB Stick
  • maxon Catalog 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Basics of DC motor data. Learn how to interpret motor data sheets and use the speed-torque line information for optimum motor sizing.
  • Systematic drive selection in the context of your application specific requirements and boundary conditions. This includes optimum power management, control loops, accuracy and ambient conditions.
  • Basics of gearhead data and their impact on motor selection.
  • Selection criteria for DC motors. Topics include the characteristics of different commutation types for brushed and brushless DC motors and when to use them.
  • Application examples. Learn how to extract the key parameters for drive selection from your application: The examples include continuous operation as well as dynamic operation cycles.
  • Motion Control: The main features and application possibilities of maxon EPOS and ESCON controllers [Coquitlam Seminar Only]
  • Sizing of DC Servo Motors for Extreme Environment Operation [Calgary Seminar Only]

How to make a motor “Heavy Duty” and how do key motor data change with ambient temperature and environment they run in [Calgary Seminar Only]

Location/Date:

BEST WESTERN PLUS Coquitlam Inn Convention Centre
Coquitlam, BC
Monday February 3, 2014
Phone: (604) 937-1345
Directions to the Best Western Plus Coquitlam Inn can be viewed at the following link: Best Western Plus Coquitlam Inn Directions

Location/Date:

Holiday Inn Express Airport Calgary
Tuesday February 4, 2014
Phone: (403) 769-1888
Directions to the Holiday Inn Express can be viewed at the following link: Holiday Inn Express Airport Calgary Directions

Time:
9:30 am – 2:30 pm. Lunch included

Price:
$59 CDN/person + GST

To Register: The Seminar requires pre-registration & payment by Credit Card or PayPal. Click on the link below to be directed to our Online Payment Registration Form.

Maxon Seminar Registration Online Link

OR call Electromate at 877-737-8698 with your credit card information.

download: Calgary Seminar Agenda.pdf
download: Coquitlam Seminar Agenda.pdf

Tags:  maxon, maxon motor, Dr. Urs Kafader, DC Motor, Servo Motor, Automation, Motion Control, Motor Seminar, Heavy Duty Motor, Downhole Motor, Drilling Motor, Seminar

Live Webinar: Extreme Environment Operation of DC Servo Motors

Join us for a Live Webinar presented by maxon motors on January 21, 2014

Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now.

Register now to watch this webinar live or anytime after January 21, 2014.

This webinar will include a general discussion on DC Servo (brush and brushless) Motor Technology and the benefits of using maxon’s EC HD (electronically commutated heavy duty) motors in extreme environment applications, including a brief introduction to maxon’s EC HD motor & gearbox family. A technical discussion will follow on the operation, construction and modification of EC HD motors and gearboxes for extreme environments such as: vacuum, downhole, high temperature, submersible, space rated, high shock/vibration, low temperature, etc.), including the following discussion topics:

  • EC HD operation in air vs. in oil
  • How extreme temperature operation affects motor performance
  • Why the maxon winding is critical in battery powered applications and how this benefits MWD (Measurement While Drilling) tool service life
  • Consideration of IR losses (IR drop) when running EC HD motor cables up to 5000 meters
  • Suitability of the EC HD motor for backdriveability
  • Using the EC HD motor as a generator in downhole applications
  • Spindle applications using the EC HD motor platform
  • EC HD operation in ultra-high vacuum: Outgassing, Heating and Performance Derating considerations?

Title: Extreme Environment Operation of DC Servo Motors
Date: Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
Presenters: Dr. Urs Kafader & Dr. Robin Phillips, maxon motor AG

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

Join maxon for a Webinar on September 10, 2013

Join maxon motor for a webinar on September 10, 2013 from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.

Topic: A New Way to Customize, Configure, and Order Compact Drive Systems
Presented by: Matt Badger, e-Business Agent for maxon precision motors, inc.
To Register please visit: http://www.globalspec.com/events/eventdetails?eventId=401

Do you need a precise and powerful microdrive — one that is customized for a specific application and ready for shipment in 11 working days or less?  This step-by-step presentation describes how to configure and combine DC motors with gearheads and sensors — quickly, easily, and according to your exact requirements.

In this presentation from maxon motor, attendees will discover a simple, on-line procedure for configuring a high-precision microdrive system ideal for almost any application, from aerospace to medical to robotics.  Key to this capability is the company’s DCX motor line.  Known for high power density, a patented ironless rotor, and quiet operation, maxon DCX motors ensure a highly dynamic drive in almost any situation.  Learn why these motors, combined with compact maxon GPX gearheads, maxon ENX encoders, and intelligent control electronics, form the basis for a custom-made microdrive solution.  In addition, participants will understand why microdrive customization no longer means extended lead times.  Once configured online and ordered, a custom DCX drive system is ready for shipment in 11 working days or less.

Key Take-aways:

  • Understand key specifications of maxon DCX motors, GPX gearheads, and ENX sensors
  • Learn how to configure your motor, gear, and encoder combination in a few simple steps
  • Learn how to add intelligent control electronics
  • Discover how to get your customized order processed in 11 working days or less

We look forward to seeing you on September 10th!!


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