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Featured Materials & Processes White Papers

WHEN TO CHOOSE A MAGNETIC ENCODER MODULE
Published by Encoder Products Company
THE BASICS OF HOW AN ENCODER WORKS
Published by Encoder Products Company
EXAIR CORPORATION - BASICS OF STATIC ELIMINATORS WHITE PAPER
Published by EXAIR Corporation
ENCODER BASICS FOR MOTION CONTROL ENGINEERS
Published by US Digital
BEVERAGE MANUFACTURING APPLICATION TECH NOTE
Published by Sierra Instruments, Inc.

All Materials & Processes White Papers

WHEN TO CHOOSE A MAGNETIC ENCODER MODULE

When determining if something as specialized as a magnetic encoder module is the right solution, there are many points to consider when trying to determine if it is the best solution for an application.

SMARTSIGHT: REQUIREMENTS OF A HIGHLY EFFICIENT VISION SYSTEM FOR FLEXIBLE PARTS FEEDING

A revolution in part feeding technology. To achieve flexibility in assembly machines, manufacturers are all faced with the same problem: feed more variants of parts within a single automated machine and reduce the time required to change production batch from product “A” to product “B”. The solution: using flexible part feeders with a powerful vision system and reduce implementation costs.

HOW DOES A CHECK VALVE WORK?

For over 30 years, Smart Products USA, Inc. has focused on the intricate details of how one-way check / pressure relief valves work in low pressure, low flow devices. Sharing this knowledge with existing and potential customers can save them time and money as they develop their current or future applications. As a resource, this white paper answers critical questions, such as: Will a certain step affect the device’s performance? Is there a part in the operation process that will be critical to the application?

THE BASICS OF HOW AN ENCODER WORKS

An encoder is a sensing device that provides feedback from the physical world; that is, it converts motion to an electrical signal that can be read by some type of control device, such as a counter or PLC. The control device then uses that signal to control a conditional event, such as activating a print head to create a mark at a specific location, or positioning a joint correctly on an articulated robot limb.

EXAIR CORPORATION - BASICS OF STATIC ELIMINATORS WHITE PAPER

Learning What Causes Static Electricity Static electricity can be a major nuisance in manufacturing facilities. It can affect the finish/quality of the products being produced, impact the speed of the operation, and cause workers to experience uncomfortable shocks. But it doesn't have to be this way. There are steps that can be taken to eliminate or control static within a facility, and EXAIR can help. EXAIR's White Paper "Basics of Static Electricity" is designed to help readers learn about the causes of static electricity, the steps that can be taken to eliminate static, and the products available to help control it.

TIPS AND TRICKS FOR DESIGNING WITH CABLE CARRIERS

Cable carriers are an ideal way to protect cables, hoses, and all other lines throughout movement on modern machinery, while protecting them from abrasion, tangling, and over bending. In this eBook, explore the technology behind modern cable carriers, material options, tech tips and tricks, and more.

ENCODER BASICS FOR MOTION CONTROL ENGINEERS

Selecting the right encoder for a unique application can be a daunting task for the design engineer. This whitepaper covers commonly asked questions when considering encoders for motion control applications. From basics such as mechanical configuration and absolute versus incremental to the differences in accuracy and resolution, "Encoder Basics for Motion Control Engineers" will shed some light on the encoder selection process.

HOW TO DESIGN COOLING SYSTEMS USING NEXT GENERATION, ECO FRIENDLY REFRIGERANTS

Sensata Technologies new white paper helps manufacturers of HVAC and cooling systems design next generation solutions that can take advantage of “green” refrigerants that do not adversely impact the environment.

BEVERAGE MANUFACTURING APPLICATION TECH NOTE

In beverage production process, precise mass flow control of Carbon Dioxide (C02) is a crucial part of creating high quality brews and beverages. It is pivotal that beverage manufacturers have the ability control the exact amount of carbon dioxide (CO2 ) being injected into their beverages during the bottling process. Mass flow controllers (MFCs) are used to regulate and control the amount of CO2 injected into the bottles during filling and capping to assure uniformity of the product. Download our Brewery/Beverage Process Application Tech Note to tread more about precision control of CO2 injection in beverage manufacturing.