Servo motor line, synchronized motors systems can serve as robot muscles

Muscle Robotics offers full line of servo motor systems, Cool Muscle motors. High-speed demonstration of synchronized motor systems is planned for ATX West 2013, Feb. 12-14.

02/11/2013


Cool Muscle motors integrate a driver, controller, encoder, and DIOs (power supply and PLC function in CM2 only), saving space, costs, and implementation time. Courtesy: Muscle RoboticsMuscle Robotics offers a full line of Cool Muscle integrated ac servo systems, and will provide a high-speed demonstration of a 2-axis synchronized motor system and a 6-axis synchronized system at ATX West 2013, at the Anaheim Convention Center, Feb. 12-14. With the line of Cool Muscle 1 (CM1) and Cool Muscle 2 (CM2) servo systems, the company's booth will include information on Muscle Corp., Muscle Corp.'s subsidiary Muscle Robotics Inc., and Muscle Corp.'s distributor Myostat Motion Control Inc.

"With Cool Muscle, due to its integration with a driver, controller, encoder, and DIOs (power supply and PLC function in CM2 only) in a motor, a customer can not only save space, but also save costs and implementation time," said Mr. Hirofumi Tamai, president of Muscle Corp. and Muscle Robotics, in a Feb. 8 statement.

Muscle Corp. was established in May 1998.

Muscle Robotics offers a full line of Cool Muscle integrated ac servo systems, and will provide a high-speed demonstration of a 2-axis synchronized motor system and a 6-axis synchronized system at ATX West 2013. Courtesy: Muscle RoboticsMyostat Motion Control Inc. provides products and exceptional engineering support for robotics and automated machine manufacturers.

- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, content manager, CFE Media, Control Engineering, Plant Engineering, and Consulting-Specifying Engineer, mhoske(at)cfemedia.com.

ONLINE

www.myostat.ca 

www.musclerobotics.com 

www.musclecorp.com/english/index.php 

www.atxwest.com 



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