Whitepaper: How To Solve High-Resolution And Low Speed Motion Control Dilemmas

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Executive Summary

If you find it difficult to distinguish which high-resolution, low-speed motor technology to employ in your motion control application, a new class of motor – the PCBMotor – founded upon existing, industry-approved technology and production standards may just be the solution you’re looking for.

No two movement applications are the same. While we don’t assume to know every requirement specification and objective of your current project, we’ve got a fairly good idea what your motor-selection dilemmas are, as well as the options available and their potential limitations.

If your motion control project team is currently solving the challenge of achieving high resolution and low speed whilst improving profitability then this white paper is for you.


Does your application:

  • Need gears to achieve the required low speed?
  • Have slack in the gears & motor that make it difficult to return to its exact position?
  • Need constant power and breaks for the motor to keeps its position?
  • Have to sacrifice desired resolution due to cost?
  • Have high assembly costs?

If you can answer YES to any of the above challenges, it could be the right time to consider an alternative motor technology solution to the conventional DC/step motors.


Select a PCBMotor solution which:

  • Has direct drive and low RPM
  • Has no slack due to a spring loaded rotor principle and fast start and stop
  • Has full holding torque when power is switched off
  • Has superior resolution up to 2,600,000 micropulses per revolution
  • Can be fully integrated onto one PCB (together with drivers and all electronics)


Chapter 1 – Gains

Chapter 2 – The two motors: STEP versus PCBMotor

Chapter 3 – Motor performance 

Chapter 4 – Industry applications and real world cases

Chapter 5 – Introducing the High Resolution Twin Motor Kit

Chapter 6 – Utilize our engineering expertise for free and Conclusion

Chapter 7 – What to do next and Property Rights/Disclaimer