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Stepper motor avoids missteps
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A built-in resolver corrects motor-shaft position, keeping the motor in step at all times for precision testing application
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Float like a butterfly, sting like a...robot
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Power transmission, materials, fastening challenges drive dueling-robot design
1 basic coupling, 3 application ideas
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With only minor modifications, a single coupling meets the requirements of a broad range of applications
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Robots perform in parallel
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A powerful controller boosts the throughput of robots handling 300-mm semiconductor wafers
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Structural composites take to the water
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Replacing aluminum with corrosion-fighting composites helped Volvo Penta build a better stern drive
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Motion control 101
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When it comes to the latest in robotic technology, reality still lags far behind Hollywood, where robots have long been rendered about as human as humans. However, the components underlying robotic movement are easily understood when compared to the human anatomy
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Eko systems designed its plastic housings for tooling-free production, reducing cost and time to market
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