n.1.(Mach.) A relay apparatus;
2.a motor which forms part of a servomechanism.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Designed for use in pharmaceutical and medical cleanrooms, the improved ZSE-18 mm co-rotating twin screw extruder uses a brushless AC servo-motor that is sealed against water sprays and dust.
A die cutting head mounted onto a stepper unit is driven into position against an anvil cylinder by a servo-motor and generates a specific pre-calculated cutting pressure.
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The machine is completed with a vertical stacking unit driven by servo-motor.
The Servo-Motor is a standard feature as is the Dynamic weight adjustment feature.
Mini Motor has recently expanded its brushless servo-motor range with models BS 80/50 and BS 8(l/100 and with BSE 80/50 and BSE 80/100 (with planetary reduction unit).
Servo tuning and set-up are now just like any DC servo-motor. The AB5 amplifier allows the user to "turn off" (or turn on) the motor static holding force.
Yaskawa is not exactly a Lilliputian though, as it claims to be a leader in AC servo-motor production.
Servo-motor design is said to provide consistent and repeatable bead profiles and variable-flow-rate metered shot volumes.
Machine sizes rose to around 300 tons in 1985 on the heels of increases in available servo-motor sizes.
Ube's all-electric line has two servo motors on the injection unit, which has allowed the firm to overcome the size limitations of current servo-motor designs.
The servo-motor design contributes to an 18% reduction in robot width, while load capacity for the wrist axes is increased by up to 27% to a maximum of 363 lb.