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Old Tue 12 June 2012, 10:29
qroger
Just call me: Roger
 
Matthews (North Carolina)
United States of America
Stepper Motor Webinar

Hello,
I subscribe to a free information service from NASA.
This thing showed up today:

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It is a link to sign up for a free webinar titled:

Applying Stepper Motors-Application Questions You Must Answer and Things to Watch Out For:
This webinar will review some of the basic parameters necessary to properly select and apply stepper motor technology to motion applications. Topics included in this discussion will be a review of basic stepper speed-torque behavior including the stepper over-voltage ratio, a stepper in constant current operation vs. a stepper in voltage drive region, thermal ratings, the impact of winding changes on dynamic behavior, calculations and considerations for intermittent duty operation, motor/system accuracy, failure modes, and the application of all these criterion when applying stepper-based linear actuator product.
I checked the link, and it does take you to the webinar site.
roger

Last edited by qroger; Tue 12 June 2012 at 10:31.. Reason: Additional information
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Old Tue 12 June 2012, 11:32
domino11
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Cornwall, Ontario
Canada
Roger,
Sounds interesting but that link is for your Gmail login.
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Old Wed 13 June 2012, 03:01
qroger
Just call me: Roger
 
Matthews (North Carolina)
United States of America
Webinar, try two

http://video.webcasts.com/events/pmn...?eventid=42737

Maybe this is more likely.
roger
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Old Wed 27 June 2012, 04:01
danilom
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Novi Sad
Serbia
The webinar was really nice and explained all the stuff we all know and sometimes take as facts. Like: 20x supply voltage, 10 microstep as best setting, half winding connection etc...
There is a pdf to download but I saved it and can send it if anyone is interested.
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Old Thu 28 June 2012, 00:03
hennie
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Roodepoort JHB
South Africa
Send it to me pls.
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Old Thu 28 June 2012, 01:47
danilom
Just call me: Danilo #64
 
Novi Sad
Serbia
Here it is

https://dl.dropbox.com/u/3884089/Ste...%20Webinar.pdf
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Old Sat 30 June 2012, 16:42
qroger
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Matthews (North Carolina)
United States of America
Thank you!
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