Roller screws have long since been considered an alternative designed to replace lightweight servo hydraulics up to approx. 300 kN, since they achieve high load ratings even with small thread pitches and, at the same time, achieve precise positioning.
The renunciation of multiple energy conversion in this purely electric drive form also increases efficiency and, parallely, reduces the potential dangers of classic hydraulics.
The Combitronic™ protocol was developed by Moog Animatics in 2011 and operates on the CAN bus. Up to 120 fully integrated SmartMotor™ servos can be connected in each Combitronic™ network and no dedicated master is required to operate them. This means that all participating motors are able to communicate simultaneously with all others. The result is a very flexible, fast and easy exchange of information, unrivaled in this form.
The strengths of this new development are most obvious in applications such as servo welding guns in the automotive industry, dispensing systems or for heavy material processing such as pressing, stamping, joining, clinching as well as in testing applications. Core of the MGI633I is an inverted planetary roller screw with very high dynamic load rating, the typical feature of planetary roller screws.
Moog Industrial Group, a division of Moog Inc., (NYSE: MOG.A and MOG.B) today announced the new powerful sliding system drive ISA1 for large, heavy-duty window elements in an unusually small package. The drive solution opens up unique application options for manufacturers and suppliers of large, heavy window and door elements. The ISA1 features compact dimensions, high power density and outstanding programmability..
The DM2020 with its modular platform and advanced control software will improve performance levels in a wide range of industrial applications requiring optimum dynamics, precision and where greater efficiency in terms of energy conversion and system integration is demanded. The common technological core shared by our drives enables seamless integration of the DI2020 integrated motor drive and the DR2020, near axis drive into the DM2020 multi axis system.
Moog (NYSE: MOG.A and MOG.B), a designer and manufacturer of high performance motion control products, solutions, and services today launched a new-generation Electro-Hydrostatic Pump Unit (EPU) that will help machine builders and end-users derive the combined benefits of both hydraulic and electric actuation.