Ultra High-Precision Linear Motion Systems

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Presentation discusses that achieving ultra high precision in a linear motion system can be a difficult task, given the impact of generated heat, cogging, and motor stiffness. Mr. Chamberlain addresses these issues and offers ways the problems can be solved and/or eliminated. Using 'real world' application examples and laboratory testing results, Mr. Chamberlain analyzes the negative impact these factors have on precision and then offers documentation on how solutions vastly improve performance. Jeramé Chamberlain, Nippon Pulse Innovation Video Briefs