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Tips for Improving Gantry Performance
by Dean Crumlish and Bill Lackey
Motion Solutions Posted 05/21/2019
Editor’s Note: This blog post is part of a series of occasional articles featuring guest authors from among our partners.
Gantries play an important role in a variety of applications such as DNA analysis, pick-and-place assembly, industrial materials handling, and many others. Gantries require tight coordination between two axes. Even small differential following errors can cause binding that can reduce accuracy, cause uneven motion, and even stop the gantry from moving altogether. Specialty drives that incorporate gantry-specific features can help prevent these issues while streamlining design and commissioning. . .
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