Flatbed printer servo motor
Observe the quality of a flatbed printer. In addition to the nozzles, guides, boards, and workmanship, there is also a very important part. The selection of a flatbed printer servo motor. Only a good servo motor can ensure high equipment. Precision and stable production.
What is a servo motor?
Refers to the engine that controls the operation of the mechanical components, a device that assists the speed change of the motor. So far, high-performance electric servo systems mostly use permanent magnet synchronous AC servo motors, and big-name manufacturers such as Germany's Siemens and Japan's Matsushita. Therefore, when buying a flatbed printer, you must look at the brand clearly. Smaller brands are only one-third or lower prices of big brands.
The price of servo motor?
The price of a flat-panel printer servo motor is usually determined by three factors, one is the size of the equipment, one is the type of nozzle, and one is the conscience of the manufacturer. Usually, small-size and modified flat-panel printers use domestically produced servo motors of a few hundred dollars or less than 2,000; flat-panel printers with industrial nozzles usually use motors ranging from 5,000 to 30,000; some manufacturers of low-priced equipment It is usually filled with low-quality components. It seems that the user has saved money, but a servo motor is thousands of dollars or even tens of thousands of dollars different from others. The performance and service life are completely different. Of course, there are 50,000, 70,000 and more expensive.
When it comes to flat-panel printer servo motors, many friends will also mention stepper motors. What is the difference between the former and the latter? Advantages of servo motors:
1. Accuracy: Closed-loop control of position, speed and torque is realized; the step-out problem of stepping motor is overcome.
2. Speed: good high-speed performance, generally rated speed can reach 2000 ~ 3000 rpm.
3, adaptability: strong anti-overload ability, can withstand a load of three times the rated torque, especially suitable for occasions with instant load fluctuations and fast start requirements.
4. Stability: The low-speed operation is stable, and the low-speed operation does not produce a step-like running phenomenon similar to a stepper motor.
5. Timeliness: The dynamic response time of the motor acceleration and deceleration is short, usually within tens of milliseconds.
6, comfort: significantly reduced heat and noise.
In fact, the most essential point is that when a user chooses a flat-panel printer servo motor, the price determines the value, that is, one penny determines one penny.
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