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      Packaging machines with up to 99 servo axes and robots

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    Your business issues are unique

    When machines are running 30, 60 or nearly 100 synchronized servo axes, the automation must be a perfect fit in order to integrate additional robots. Control systems must provide sufficient power reserves and a manageable programming concept. Plug-and-play technology and sophisticated diagnostic information must support the commissioning and maintenance phase as well.

    Our experts help you throughout the entire machine life cycle

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    • Solutions

      The “Synchronized axes/Sercos/Motion Controller LMC600” architecture exemplifies the optimal solution: one PacDrive controller synchronizing up to 99 servo axes. Alternatively, it can control mixed configurations of servo axes and several robots. A multi-axis servo system with cabinet-based drives and integrated servo modules, an integrated safety solution and an efficient engineering concept are the pillars for designing high performance packaging machines.

    • Value Proposition

      • PacDrive 3 is based on proven technology which unifies the control functionality of the PLC, motion and robotics on a single platform.
      • With its centralized system architecture, PacDrive 3 is the ideal solution for controlling servo-driven production and packaging machines, as well as material handling equipment and robotics.
      • More than 80,000 machines worldwide are controlled by PacDrive 3.
    • Differentiation

      • PacDrive 3 automation architectures can be scaled to configurations with 0 to 99 servo axes or with varying numbers of robots.
      • A robotics library is available for integrating all common kinematics, various interpolations, ready-to-use functions for belt tracking, acceleration limitation or vision integration.