Hillerod, Denmark, September 26, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- PCBMotor, an experienced piezo motor solutions engineering company, today published a new white paper entitled “How to Reduce Motor Size by Integrating Accurate, Low Cost Piezo Motors” which covers the main gains their technology has to offer Electronic, Mechanical and Design Engineers of low speed, high resolution motion control applications.
The paper addresses the latest advances in their technology and explains how their solution facilitates new and improved designs while reducing assembly costs.
As applications with movement are getting more and more complex and constantly getting smaller, it’s vital to leverage state-of-the-art design and cost-saving opportunities.
To download the white paper visit http://pcbmotor.com/insight/new-white-paper-how-to-reduce-motor-size/
Henrik Stæhr-Olsen, CEO of PCBMotor, says, “Engineers today are faced with increasingly demanding requirements – from both a mechanical and design standpoint. We understand their environment and can provide them with a solution that is smaller, cheaper and more accurate to develop. It introduces a world of new design opportunities.”
Also described is how manufacturers can increase profits by using standardized components and well-established assembly techniques that:
· Reduce application size by integrating everything onto one PCB
· Reduce bill of materials – PCBMotor’s eliminate the need for gears
· Mount actuator components directly onto the PCB
Based in Denmark, PCBMotor’s patented technology integrates highly-accurate ultrasonic piezo electric motors mounted directly onto a printed circuit board. Their award-winning innovation significantly reduces manufacturing costs and introduces a host of new design possibilities while using standardized components and well-established assembly techniques.
PCBMotor sell their technology to precision motion control application developers and engineers in industries spanning the wireless telecommunications, manufacturing, automotive, marine, lenses, optics and lasers, and healthcare.
PCBMotor won the EE Times Sixth ACE Awards, Editors’ Choice, in 2010 and were runners-up in 2009.