Book: Motion Control Basics by Gary Andersoncategories: Book, CNC, Machine Control, Electronics, Robotics, Motor Drives, Feedback Systems, Control Systems, Troubleshooting, CNC Machines, Automation, Machinery, Motion Control
Gary Andersonabout this book: I have been an electronics and CNC technician for 20+ years. This book, "Motion Control Basics", is my first book and an effort to make the technical concepts that comprise motion control easier to understand for those new to the trade. This book covers the important topics of feedback loops and how they are used by the control systems, servo drives such as PWM and DC drives, different encoder types and troubleshooting methods. Also a discussion of servo-motors and their maintenance issues.
Troubleshooting, maintenance and repair can be confusing when one is unsure of what components are communicating with which systems and what functions are dependent on preliminary inputs. What seems confusing is made much easier to understand when systems and their relationships are better explained and understood.
The aim of "Motion Control Basics" is to aid and help new technicians in learning sound troubleshooting skills and to gain a solid understanding of the theory and concepts of machine controls.
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