New Controls Options Simplify Coordinated Motion
Join us for a Webinar on February 20, 2019 at 2PM ET
Coordinated motion involves highly synchronized motion among axes, in which the error along one axis is used to update position commands on others. Sample applications include machine tools and 3D printing. For many years, coordinated motion required exotic programming languages and rarefied expertise. Today, that is no longer the case. If you have an application that would benefit from coordinated motion control, attend this webinar to learn more about how it works, ways to design your system, and how the modern crop of motion control components will make it easy to execute.
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Contributing Editor for Motion Control Online
Kristin is a contributing editor for Motion Control Online and has written about motion control and automation for more than nine years. As a technical writer, she covers a variety of subjects ranging from memory and micro-electronics to nano-technology to lasers and photonics. Kristin previously worked as an engineer on NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Telescope before switching to writing about technology. Kristin holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physics and a Master’s in Optics and Photonics from the University of Central Florida.