Controlling Motion in 9 Challenging Environments

July 6, 2021

When it comes to choosing motion control equipment, there are countless variables to consider. The type of motion and speed are good first steps, but the environment will almost always need to be factored in too. 

Uncommon settings, like high radiation, extreme temperatures and explosive environments, just to name a few, provide their own set of challenges. This guide not only examines nine different industrial settings and their impact on motion, but gives you recommendations for feedback and motor devices that will keep your equipment performing. 

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