Elmo increases machine throughput and accuracy to speed manufacturing.As an innovator and high-volume producer, the company was interested in faster and more cost-effective ways to produce industry-leading LEDs and wanted to improve the speed and accuracy of its automated die-bonding machines.Elmo applied its solution of a direct-drive rotary motor (DDR) shaft connected to a rotational load controlled by Gold servo drives and powered by a dedicated Elmo power supply.Details
Used in fluoroscopic imaging during surgical, orthopedic, critical care and emergency care procedures, C-Arms have become a vital tool in advanced healthcare delivery. Precise control, immediate responsiveness and patient safety are paramount in the use of today’s most advanced C-Arms.
Employing a counterbalanced, isocentric design that allows orbital rotation to provide virtually unlimited projection possibilities, the C-Arm moves about the patient under the direct control of the doctor. It maintains a constant distance between the imaging source (e.g., x-ray) and the body region being imaged. The central beam always remains in the isocenter saving procedure time and reducing dosage to the patient. The doctor operates the C-Arm in real-time via a console/foot-switch that controls all of its operating modes and movements.