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'Less Is More' Precision Motion Control

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Elizabeth M
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Re: Motion control made easier
Elizabeth M   7/1/2014 5:08:11 AM
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Yes, Greg, I didn't know a lot about this technology when I was researching this story but I found it really interesting what's possible with motion control and robotics because of the smaller size and footprint. I think this will especially be beneficial to medical applications.

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Greg M. Jung   6/29/2014 1:05:40 PM
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Very impressed at the level in which this technology can be scaled down in size.  It will be interesting to see how small the next generation of products will be.

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Motion control made easier
Elizabeth M   6/11/2014 6:27:27 AM
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Motion control for machinery and robots has always been a tricky business and as applications become more sophisticated, it's demanding even more precision. This article shows how it can be made easier by scaling down technology rather than adding more.

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