Aerotech: 99 Problems But Vibration Ain't One


Who said motion control engineers are boring?  It surely wasn't us.  Fellas, or shall I say  — M.C. As Accurate As I Wanna Be — from Aerotech recently put together a rap about motion control, and what to do when you are in a common industry bind.

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Yo, yo, yo, lemme show you how we do it down in the metro lab…

Aerotech Advanced Controls
are more than just zeros and poles.
Special tools for special jobs
save engineers from needless sobs.
Confusing it may seem at first,
but only if you’re not well versed.

Don’t wanna see that laser bounce-bounce-bouncing?
If you got a camera shaking, chuck a-quaking,

Simply try Command Shaping
put a stop to that vibrating.

If Sensor Testing is your application,
always use Harmonic Cancellation.
Extra gain at frequency
will make your motion error-free.

When Every Thing Moves, granite and all
on Enhanced Throughput Module you should call.
Extra sensors on the machine base
will help that servo hold its place.

Don’t wanna see that laser bounce-bounce-bouncing?
If you got a camera shaking, chuck a-quaking,

Simply try Command Shaping
put a stop to that vibrating.

Does your servo need a boost?
Must move-and-settle time be reduced?
Is contour error just too high?
Give Enhanced Tracking Control a try.
Higher accuracy you will see
when applications use ETC.

Don’t wanna see that laser bounce-bounce-bouncing?
If you got a camera shaking, chuck a-quaking,

Simply try Command Shaping
put a stop to that vibrating.

- M.C. As Accurate As I Wanna Be

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