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Demonstration for electronic camming article written in partnership with Omron

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Uploaded on Jan 27, 2012

Electronic cams were originally designed to displace the mechanical counterpart — lineshafts that distribute power from a prime mover to machine subelements, and cams on that lineshaft that output inherently synchronized linear motion with each shaft rotation. Here, the resultant motion can usually be described in three to five polynomials. In contrast, electronic cam designs use servo drives with sufficient digital-microprocessor computing power to electronically coordinate axes with other machine functions. Here, one electronic-camming setup demonstrates the capabilities for accurate synchronization.

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