Frequently Asked Questions

Are you searching for answers to a question that has been bugging you for way too long? Take a look at our frequently asked questions about motion control, flow and sensing… if you still can’t find the answer you’re looking for scroll to the bottom of the page and send us a Quick Query and we will get back to you as soon as we have an answer for you.

Motion FAQ's

 want choices and the Servo Drives Edition of our newsletter aims to provide you with just that. Whether you are looking for drive sto run on a specific FieldBUS, an easy-to-use drive, or a competent yet low-cost servo solution, its all available from Motor Technology.


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The Machine-Tool edition of Motor Technology News provides a brief overview on these miniature, contactless, robust and now “programmable” sensors. 

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If you connect two or more machines to perform a particular function then the new Machinery Directive requires it to be certified as a whole new assembly.

Machines are frequently connected to perform a variety of functions the new directive identifies  connected machines as Integrated Manufacturing Systems (IMS). In effect, machines joined together make a new machine and the new machine needs its own certification.

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Popular ACM2n range of servo motors is still available, part two of our Speed Resolution story, new ratio and quick delivery on DynaBOX gearboxes and we’re now proud to sponsor Wythenshawe Town Football Club’s U21 side.

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Motor Technology News is launching a ‘Technical Answers’ feature, try to clarify some confusion over cable colours and report on product obsolecence and updates. We also introduce the new AXOR MackINDY low cost servo drive and motor series.

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Servo drives that offer flexibility and pack a punch, 32 axis motion control over EtherCAT, the new programmable MiniCODER and a free give away, all in the Summer edition on Motor Technology News.

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The engineers’ favourite artefact, the next generation MiniCODER and some useful info on stepper systems and interfacing.

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Flow FAQ's

 want choices and the Servo Drives Edition of our newsletter aims to provide you with just that. Whether you are looking for drive sto run on a specific FieldBUS, an easy-to-use drive, or a competent yet low-cost servo solution, its all available from Motor Technology.


   Click the preview for more information

The Machine-Tool edition of Motor Technology News provides a brief overview on these miniature, contactless, robust and now “programmable” sensors. 

Click the preview for more information 

If you connect two or more machines to perform a particular function then the new Machinery Directive requires it to be certified as a whole new assembly.

Machines are frequently connected to perform a variety of functions the new directive identifies  connected machines as Integrated Manufacturing Systems (IMS). In effect, machines joined together make a new machine and the new machine needs its own certification.

 Click the preview for more information

Popular ACM2n range of servo motors is still available, part two of our Speed Resolution story, new ratio and quick delivery on DynaBOX gearboxes and we’re now proud to sponsor Wythenshawe Town Football Club’s U21 side.

Click the preview for more information

 

Motor Technology News is launching a ‘Technical Answers’ feature, try to clarify some confusion over cable colours and report on product obsolecence and updates. We also introduce the new AXOR MackINDY low cost servo drive and motor series.

Click the preview for more information

 

Servo drives that offer flexibility and pack a punch, 32 axis motion control over EtherCAT, the new programmable MiniCODER and a free give away, all in the Summer edition on Motor Technology News.

Click the preview for more information

 

The engineers’ favourite artefact, the next generation MiniCODER and some useful info on stepper systems and interfacing.

Click the preview for more information

Sensing FAQ's

 want choices and the Servo Drives Edition of our newsletter aims to provide you with just that. Whether you are looking for drive sto run on a specific FieldBUS, an easy-to-use drive, or a competent yet low-cost servo solution, its all available from Motor Technology.


   Click the preview for more information

The Machine-Tool edition of Motor Technology News provides a brief overview on these miniature, contactless, robust and now “programmable” sensors. 

Click the preview for more information 

If you connect two or more machines to perform a particular function then the new Machinery Directive requires it to be certified as a whole new assembly.

Machines are frequently connected to perform a variety of functions the new directive identifies  connected machines as Integrated Manufacturing Systems (IMS). In effect, machines joined together make a new machine and the new machine needs its own certification.

 Click the preview for more information

Popular ACM2n range of servo motors is still available, part two of our Speed Resolution story, new ratio and quick delivery on DynaBOX gearboxes and we’re now proud to sponsor Wythenshawe Town Football Club’s U21 side.

Click the preview for more information

 

Motor Technology News is launching a ‘Technical Answers’ feature, try to clarify some confusion over cable colours and report on product obsolecence and updates. We also introduce the new AXOR MackINDY low cost servo drive and motor series.

Click the preview for more information

 

Servo drives that offer flexibility and pack a punch, 32 axis motion control over EtherCAT, the new programmable MiniCODER and a free give away, all in the Summer edition on Motor Technology News.

Click the preview for more information

 

The engineers’ favourite artefact, the next generation MiniCODER and some useful info on stepper systems and interfacing.

Click the preview for more information

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