axis of motion

axis of motion

An axis that is perpendicular to the plane in which the joint motion occurs; the closer the axis of the motion is to the body plane, the less movement in the plane.

axis of motion

An axis that is perpendicular to the plane in which the joint motion occurs; the closer the axis of the motion is to the body plane, the less movement there is in that body plane
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Integrated Stepper Motor Controller + Drive: Each module provides 1 axis of motion with encoder feedback, allowing you to expand up to 6 axes of motion control on one connection.
There is a fourth axis of motion, which is the wrist rotation.
It has individual servo motors for each axis of motion and speeds up to about 15 ft/sec.
The new positioner is available either powered or unpowered for each axis of motion.
InvenSense, with the development of the Nasiri-Fabrication([TM]) process and the building of a flexible manufacturing infrastructure, has established an enabling platform to support the integration of multiple axis of motion detection in a single chip," said JC Eloy, CEO of Yole Developpement.
Additional features/capabilities include an additional axis of motion and coordinated linear and circular interpolated commands.
One Rexroth IACR proportional hydraulic valve is assigned to each rolling axis of motion on the machine.
AquaTran features the same capabilities as the AcuTran 7, plus the ability for high-speed wafer inversion using the 4th axis of motion in the wrist, and resistance to corrosive environments.
The new system uses an inverted KUKA KR 60 robot mounted on a stationary overhead mounting fixture or a Gudel TrackMotion linear track, for an additional 7th axis of motion.
Standard features: Each axis of motion operates independently via AC servomotor.
The errors of each axis of motion are the vector sum of the three perpendicular error components, consequently the name vector method.
The Company predicts MTBF (mean time between failure) numbers in excess of 60,000 hours or ten million cycles, and because each axis of motion is mechanically independent of the others, repeatability is greater than .