Spectral Decomposition For Fast Servo Control

Spectral Decomposition seamlessly coordinates the trajectories of fast-tool actuators and positioning servos, including in complex multi-axis systems, for typical cycle time reductions of 25 percent or more.

title
title

CHATSWORTH, CA Delta Tau now offers a new control method called Spectral Decomposition to improve the productivity of systems that use fast-tool actuators.

Spectral Decomposition works with a variety of fast-tool actuators — including voice-coil motors, piezo crystals, laser galvanometers, and magnetostrictive transducers. These actuators have high bandwidth, but limited travel. So they're typically paired with a standard servo for longer-range positioning moves.  

Spectral Decomposition seamlessly coordinates the trajectories of fast-tool actuators and positioning servos, including in complex multi-axis systems, for typical cycle time reductions of 25 percent or more.

For a detailed look at the capabilities of Spectral Decomposition, download our application note at http://ittybitty.bz/Spectral  

More in Home