To support OEMs to navigate complex application considerations surrounding the specification of multi axis electric motion systems, Norgren has launched a brand-new white paper: Multi Axis Electric Motion: What to know, what to consider.
As demand for data insight and system connectivity is increasing alongside application complexity, correctly specified motion control solutions can enhance operational efficiencies and cost savings, as well as deliver increased accuracy and repeatability benefits to optimise production and secure system control.
The white paper, Multi Axis Electric Motion: What to know, what to consider, looks at the key application benefits offered by multi axis electric motion options, and examines some of the key specification considerations. Available to download, the white paper offers expert insight into the solutions available for specific application challenges such as moving heavy loads and system mounting, as well as the requirement for control, speed, accuracy, and precision.
Simon Gass, product marketing manager for actuators at Norgren, said: “Inherently, configurable, and flexible, multi axis electric motion systems are used across industrial sectors such as material handling, packaging, food production, chemical processing, and pharmaceuticals. They can deliver a range of operational and cost saving benefits for industrial users. However, there are a range of potential solutions and the key to better specification is to fully understand the application aims and match them to the available system answers.
“Norgren has expanded its range of multi axis electric motion solutions and now offers a comprehensive portfolio that provides 1,000 standard electric motion components. This allows users access to a vast number of linear and multi axis configurations to suit a range of application and industrial sector needs.
“Designed specifically for engineers, the white paper draws on how the implementation of a multi axis electric motion solution can support applications. It sits alongside our other support for engineers which includes our in-house team of technical experts who can quickly identify the customer challenge and recommend the correct and bespoke motion control solution.”
Download a copy of Multi Axis Electric Motion: What to know, what to consider.