Dynamic Solutions News

In this issue of Dynamic Solutions News, we're excited to share the NEW Parker XY Monolithic Linear Motor Stage. We've created a video so you can see it in action and why our customers are loving it. In addition, we're sharing tips on Overcoming Motor Inertia - The 5 Things You Need to Know and more.
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Parker XY Monolithic Linear Motor Stage
The new Parker XY Monolithic Linear Motor Stage is:

  • Precise
  • Flat
  • Straight
  • Monolithic
  • Clean & Mean!

It reduces part count and reduces tolerance stack up and overall height. In addition, the wide X axis base provide exceptional precision and minimizes Y axis overhang.

Watch our video and we'll show you why our customers are loving it!
Overcoming Motor Inertia
5 Things You Need to Know
Most engineers recognize that gearheads can be used to create a better inertia match between the object that is being moved and the motor being driven. Put simply, it is dictated by the gearhead ratio where the object reflected inertia to the motor is reduced by 1/ratio2.

Typically the rule of thumb says the object inertia should be no greater than five times the motor inertia (5:1 ratio) in a motion control application. This will deliver very stiff and controllable motion.

However, getting to this ratio may be difficult at times, mainly due to the fact that as you add more ratio to the gearhead, you will require more speed from the motor, which may not be available or may exceed the input speed limitations of the gearhead. Further, choosing a higher gearhead ratio will typically be costlier due to the extra gears that need to be incorporated into it.
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Josh Shimchick
Sales Engineer
Dynamic Solutions Inc.

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