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Electric Cars Bring Sexy Back

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Tesla Motors Makes Commitment to Electric Vehicle Batteries

Efficiency Cuts Cost of Electric Motor Operation

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Total Cost of Ownership Can Be Less With Energy-Efficient Motors

Stepper Motor 101

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Stepper Motors Are Constant Power Devices. They Are Brushless, Electric Motors Capable of Dividing Complete Rotations into a Sizeable Number of Steps

Three Specifications, or So, for Motor Choice

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Machine Builders Discuss How To Avoid a Nightmare When Selecting Electric Motors

Infographic: What Is Your Primary Machine Motion Source?

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Survey Results Show Electric Motors and Actuators Are the Primary Machine Motion Source Used by Control Design Readers

How to Push Motor Efficiency

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Have Induction Motors Reached the End of Their Efficiency Improvement Road?

Reader Feedback: Is the Electric Car Dead?

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Our Reader Discusses Why the Electric Car Is Not Dead — Far From It

Motor drives hunt for success

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Industrial Factory Automation: Machine builders seeking new and advanced motor drives and motion control systems that conform to some — any! — sort of standard may be frustrated by the lack of new products available.

Motor Starters Don't Slow Down

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Motor Starters Are Getting Smaller, Even Less Costly Due to Better Designs, Even More Reliable, and More Globally Standardized and Accepted

Advances in Technology Spur New Look at Drives and Motors

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Built-In Efficiency and Intelligence: Drives and Motors' New Generation Boasts Features That Make Them More Attractive Than Their Ancestors

Motor Designs Get Moving

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New Assembly Methods, Better Materials, Magnets and Interaction With Related Hardware Rev Up New Efficiencies

2009 Readers' Choice Awards Winners

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High Fliers: The 2009 Readers' Choice Awards Winners Soar High in a Sometimes Unsettled Automation Supplier Sky

What Killed the Electric Car?

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Problems With Lithium-Ion Batteries and Other Types Have Significant Implications for Electric Vehicles and Renewable Power

Invasion of the Stepper Motors

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Developers Add New Capabilities to Stepper Motors and Use Them in Diverse Applications; Some Even Push Into Servo-Motor Territory

Toast of the Town: 2003 Readers' Choice Awards

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Industrial Factory Automation: Our Reader's Choice Awards, giving you the automation suppliers that provide the best instrumentation, controls, and automation technologies for the industrial machine builder community.

ABB Completes Baldor Acquisition

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ABB Closed the Deal Announced Two Months Ago; Its Acquisition of Baldor Electric Helps ABB's Move Into the North American Industrial Motor Market

Motor Methods Multiply

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Traditional Motors Are Being Refined for Nontraditional Applications

Automation and safety balanced in one motion control system

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New motion control products supply a complete motion control safety automation system by providing and extending the capability of PLCs and servo motors in industrial machines and systems.

Motor Drive Market Recovering Quickly

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Industrial Factory Automation: ARC Advisory Group (www.arcweb.com) says small drives are getting so much capability that they will be able to replace smaller control systems used in industrial OEM machines. Applications for servo drives include CNC, robotics, and general motion control, says ARC.

Reader Feedback: Lithium Batteries and Electric Cars

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A Reader Disagrees With Our Editor On All Fronts About Lithium Batteries and Electric Cars

Push and Pull of Electronic Drives

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Electric Drives Can Work Against Each Other. In Many Web-Processing Machines, Drives Work Toward Opposite Ends

Drives and Motors Accelerate Growth

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Advances in Microprocessors Fuel Motion Networks and Capabilities

The Big EISA

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Reducing Energy Consumption Is an Imperative That Needs Maximum Visibility

The Not-So-Odd Couple

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Like an Old Married Couple, a Motor and Its Generator Are Bound Together. One Does Not Exist Without the Other

Do we still need gear motors?

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In this installment of The Answer to Your Problems, Control Design readers weigh in on whether you can get the torque you need from gearhead servo motors without way over-specifying the motor size.

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