Motion Control Resources
Motion Control Case Studies
Background and Challenges Precision Machinery Research and Development Center (PMC) is a Taiwan-based company created in 1993 by the government and the Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI). PMC has teams of engineers from all fields related to machinery, including mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, control engineering, and information technologies. PMC conducts
By combining a modular design approach with motion control, food-packaging machine builders can offer flexibility in the design phase and operation phase.
Motion control reduces power demands and increases the efficiency and plastics manufacturing.
Production boost of 20% reported by Amgraph on food packages “We gave them a pretty intense schedule. What’s remarkable about this project is that it was done on-time. We have some machines that came in before we did this project and they’re still not up and
By combining careful engineering and high-functionality motion control components from Siemens, R.A. Jones produced a high-speed, high-flexibility cartoner that had the customer coming back for seconds. There is a saying in retail that the package sells the product. While this might not be true across the board, for OEM machine builder
Coast Composites Inc., part of the UK-based Hampson Industries Plc, is a major supplier of Invar tooling, as
With Siemens Solutions for Powertrain, two highly efficient powertrain lines can be operated at Renault The Renault plant at Cléon, France, produces engines and gearboxes of excellent quality and performance. The newly developed
Seamless integration of Siemens drives, automation and controls products enabled faster startups and improved system productivity with Curt G. Joa, Inc. production machines in the non-woven’s industry. In the market of baby diapers and personal hygiene products competition runs high. Major players in this market know that the slightest changes
You would expect fender benders in Chrysler’s test facilities, but not in the paint prep shop at the manufacturer’s minivan assembly plant in St. Louis. Transport chains and heavy mechanical carriers move about 1,000 chassis of the popular vehicle every day through a series of hot phosphate treatment stations,