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SerenityAnsel2014
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Philippines
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Posted - July 21 2016 :  03:25:52  Show Profile Send SerenityAnsel2014 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
We are looking for a vector motor that provides an accuracy for both speed or designed for adjustable speed. It must help to maximize the performance. If you know a custom manufacturer or supplier who could provide us with a wide selection of vector motors for industrial applications, please let us know. Thanks so much!

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Posted - July 21 2016 :  14:46:28  Show Profile Send LorieLaven a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi! What is it for? LOL Sorry, I was just clicking. I don't know how I got here. Good luck on your searching! :)
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SerenityAnsel2014
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Philippines
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Posted - July 21 2016 :  21:22:34  Show Profile Send SerenityAnsel2014 a Private Message  Reply with Quote
No worries. I called my friends yesterday and they told me to call You must be logged in to see this link.. I haven't called them as I'm still busy. I'm hoping they have reasonable prices.

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am I to assume the issue is precise location information? if so a motor driver for a stepper that uses the feedback pulse when it moves as a way to record when it actually moved is one way to do that, normally steppers are looked at as being open loop and you only know where they are if they actually do not bind up, but I saw someone had worked out a way to instead of just shunting that electrical pulse so it did not damage things, instead used it to find out if the motor had stepped or if it had been sent a pulse and failed for some reason, as for where to get cheap units, not sure as i am not sure who you could buy from in the philippines. if you dont mind importing from USA or can find the supplier they get theirs from, by model number, you might be able to use keling now called automation control. and they have motors that go all the way up to 4250 oz per in (not sure what the newtons is on that, but should be pretty easy to calculate.)

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