In this article, we're diving deeper into two stepper motor types: high-resolution type and encoder type; and how they can be used to improve precision in critical laboratory automation applications like autosamplers.
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Products and technology are only valuable when coupled with skilled people and services to support them. Since 1978, ORIENTAL MOTOR U.S.A. CORP. has been building a service and support system to better serve customers. It is our goal to provide the best product and service from the design phase, through the sale and beyond.
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In today's fast-paced industrial landscape, the role of conveyors has become more crucial than ever. These systems efficiently move materials, products, and goods, for numerous industries, from labeling and packaging to warehousing and distribution. While many types of motors can be used in conveyors, we would like to focus on a few reasons why brushless motors should be considered for most conveyor applications.
Oriental Motor provides a wide variety of products to meet semiconductor equipment design goals. This post focuses on motor selection for two specific motion axes of a semiconductor manufacturing process called CMP (Chemical Mechanical Polishing) and explains how to save time by using different products from the same family.
Peristaltic pumps are among the most common motor applications in medical, pharmaceutical, biotech, and diagnostic equipment. It's one of the most popular applications for our motors, and we asked our customers why.
Historically, stepper motors are not rated by watts like AC motors or servo motors. So...how would you compare a stepper motor to a servo motor or a brushless motor?
Topics: Stepper Motors
In-house production equipment is easier to build than you think. Here's an example of a 5-axis SCARA robot.
Robots are increasing in demand due to continuing labor shortages and the push for error-less efficiency in manufacturing. In the meantime, some companies are falling behind because they either do not have the capital or engineering know-how to buy and implement robotics automation. While you can buy a robot and program it to do what you want, the results are often different than building a custom robot for the exact purpose.
The level of troubleshooting you can perform depends on your knowledge of the system. This blog post provides the basics of troubleshooting for stepper motor systems.
Motors exhibit noise. The important thing to know is how you distinguish normal noise from abnormal noise, and how to troubleshoot.
AC motors are the workhorses of industrial automation. They're robust, easy to use, and offer a wide product breadth. What do you do if they stop working, and you don't have a spare?