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Kollmorgen introduces Motioneering Online

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Kollmorgen has introduced Motioneering Online, a new tool that provides a better experience in motion system sizing and selection. The OEM design tool utilises a mechanism project concept in order to collect and save load information from multiple axis. It then automatically calculates application results and compares them against Kollmorgen’s robust database of products, allowing for quick identification of the optimum rotary motion system to meet specific machine builder application requirements. Kollmorgen’s new online tool features a wide variety of mechanism types to help simplify the tedious task of specifying optimised motors and drive systems.

Motioneering Online includes a user-friendly Help System that explains programme functions, the definition of terms and the algorithms used. Versatile units-of-measure options for mechanism and motion profile data-entry, alongside the ability to convert data into other available units, make the tool convenient for international machine designs as well.

Once application results have been calculated and system selections are made, the Motioneering Online PDF generator creates a complete report of application results, system and product specifications, and system performance and user-profile curves with application placement within the plot, ready for easy review and distribution.

Motioneering Online is compatible with most popular browsers including Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and works well on Safari.


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