Learn new things, deepen existing knowledge, talk to experts – that’s possible from anywhere, even when working from home. FAULHABER is therefore starting a new series of webinars on exciting topics, such as the development of noise in drive systems, in-depth application know-how and even on helpful tools such as the FAULHABER Motion Manager. Participation is free of charge. Only registration is required.
Modern, mobile, multimedia: webinars are a contemporary tool for expanding your own knowledge, for eye-to-eye discussions with experts or for obtaining solutions to specific problems. FAULHABER is therefore starting a series of webinars on various topics related to drive technology. Each webinar is led by an expert from the respective field, with adequate opportunity to answer individual questions. Participation is, of course, free of charge and requires only a one-time registration.
"Motion Controller & Speed Controller"
This is the ideal webinar for anyone who would like to learn more about the FAULHABER Motion Controller – the user-friendly, single-axis position controller tailor-made for actuating DC-motors, brushless motors and linear motors from FAULHABER. The presenter was responsible for, among other things, the development of the FAULHABER MC V3.0 generation. The webinar will use a live demonstration of the Motion Manager software to show step-by-step what a typical setup of a FAULHABER Motion Controller (MC V2.5 / MC V3.0) looks like, along with additional information about customisation options and how to select suitable components. Participants have the unique opportunity to discuss all of their technical questions on FAULHABER Speed Controllers or Motion Controllers with an absolute expert.
"Noise development in drive systems"
Starting with the basics on vibrations, their resonance paths and their mode, the webinar covers the subjective perception of noises and vibrations. Together, we explore the possible causes of mechanical vibrations in a drive system, discuss the appropriate measurement instruments and learn how to use this measurement data to determine the causes of noises. During the webinar, the expert also reveals the best methods for reducing noise.