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The advantages of linear servomotors over rotary servomotors include: High stiffness: The linear motor is connected directly to the moving load, so there is no backlash and practically no compliance between the motor and the load. The load moves instantly in response to motor motion. Mechanical simplicity: The coil assembly is the only moving part of the motor, and its magnet assembly is rigidly mounted to a stationary structure on the host machine. Some linear motor manufacturers offer modular magnetic assemblies in various modular lengths. This permits the user to form a track of any desired length by stacking the modules end to end, allowing virtually unlimited travel. The force produced by the motor is applied directly to the load without any couplings, bearings, or other conversion mechanisms. The only alignments required are for the air gaps, which typically are from 0.039 in. (1 mm) to 0.020 in. (0.5 mm). High accelerations and velocities: Because there is no physical contact between the coil and magnet assemblies, high accelerations and velocities are possible. Large motors are capable of accelerations of 3 to 5 g, but smaller motors are capable of more than 10 g. High velocities: Velocities are limited by feedback encoder data rate and amplifier bus voltage. Normal peak velocities are up to 6.6 ft/s (2 m/s), although some models can reach 26 ft/s (8 m/s). This compares with typical linear speeds of ballscrew transmissions, which are commonly limited to 20 to 30 in./s (0.5 to 0.7 m/s) because of resonances and wear. High accuracy and repeatability: Linear motors with position feedback encoders can achieve positioning accuracies of 1 encoder cycle or submicrometer dimensions, limited only by encoder feedback resolution. No backlash or wear: With no contact between moving parts, linear motors do not wear out. This minimizes maintenance and makes them suitable for applications where long life and long-term peak performance are required. System size reduction: With the coil assembly attached to the load, no additional space is required. By contrast, rotary motors typically require ballscrews, rack-and-pinion gearing, or timing belt drives. Clean room compatibility: Linear motors can be used in clean rooms because they do not need lubrication and do not produce carbon brush grit.
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Heat control is more critical in linear motors than in rotary motors because they do not have the metal frames or cases that can act as large heat-dissipating surfaces. Some rotary motors also have radiating fins on their frames that serve as heatsinks to augment the heat dissipation capability of the frames. Linear motors must rely on a combination of high motor efficiency and good thermal conduction from the windings to a heat-conductive, electrically isolated mass. For example, an aluminum attachment bar placed in close contact with the windings can aid in heat dissipation. Moreover, the carriage plate to which the coil assembly is attached must have effective heat-sinking capability.
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A stepper or stepping motor is an AC motor whose shaft is indexed through part of a revolution or step angle for each DC pulse sent to it. Trains of pulses provide input current to the motor in increments that can step the motor through 360 , and the actual angular rotation of the shaft is directly related to the number of pulses introduced. The position of the load can be determined with reasonable accuracy by counting the pulses entered. The stepper motors suitable for most open-loop motion control applications have wound stator fields (electromagnetic coils) and iron or permanent magnet (PM) rotors. Unlike PM DC servomotors with mechanical brush-type commutators, stepper motors depend on external controllers to provide the switching pulses for commutation. Stepper motor operation is based on the same electromagnetic principles of attraction and repulsion as other motors, but their commutation provides only the torque required to turn their rotors. Pulses from the external motor controller determine the amplitude and direction of current flow in the stator s field windings, and they can turn the motor s rotor either clockwise or counterclockwise, stop and start it quickly, and hold it securely at desired positions. Rotational shaft speed depends on the frequency of the pulses. Because controllers can step most motors at audio frequencies, their rotors can turn rapidly. Between the application of pulses when the rotor is at rest, its armature will not drift from its stationary position because of the stepper motor s inherent holding ability or detent torque. These motors generate very little heat while at rest, making them suitable for many different instrument drive-motor applications in which power is limited.
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