MACTROL MOTION CONTROL PVT. LTD.
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MACTROL is a company specialized in the field of "Motion Control, Automation and Customized Mechatronics Solutions". Each of our products come with complete Application, Service & Engineering Experiences of people who are leaders in their respective fields. We provide the fastest services and are of great reliability, with lowest break down requiring less spares, which are the few factors, which keep our customers satisfied.
MACTROL, established in 1992,has grown from strength to strength, is a 5 million USD Company based in Ghaziabad, UP, India, with a installed base of more than 400000 working installations.
We take this opportunity to introduce ourselves as a Mactrol Group company who has specialized in the field of Motion Control. Each of our products comes with complete Application, Service & Engineering supports. We do not claim to be the best but definitely promise to provide fast services, greater reliability and fewer break downs/ spares sales, which are the few factors that keep our customers satisfied. So, next time you need any kind of solutions concern to our product line, kindly give us a chance to show our prowess.
Motion controllers are the brains of any motion control system. In feedback-based systems, they take an input command from the user, compare it with feedback signal from the motor and take corrective action to make the output (actual position) and input (desired position) in line with one another. Position controllers are a user friendly and cost effective solution in axis positioning, angle adjustment and speed monitoring sectors. A CNC controller is a purpose-built digital device that governs the operation of a piece of machinery. When you see industrial equipment performing complex actions while workers help feed it material and move the finished product to the next step in the chain, the machine is likely under the command of a CNC controller.
The drive acts as the nervous system and sends the necessary amount of current to the motor. This process of reading and responding to feedback makes the system closed loop, a defining characteristic of a servo system. Servo drives were originally stand-alone components, separate from the motor and controller but the integrated designs available today tend to reduce wiring and save considerable space and setup time.
Frequency converter is an electronic device that converts alternating current of one frequency to another. Traditionally, these devices were electro-mechanical machines called a motor-generator set. With the advent of solid state electronics, it has become possible to build completely electronic frequency changers.
Position indicators are an attractive solution for the control and display of measured values.
Electronic digital position indicators are a logical further development of their mechanical counterparts in cases where no suitable gear ratios are available for the mechanical versions. Because these indicators can be programmed at will, the user can also choose to display positive and negative display values or to work in angle mode. The movement of the axis is no longer recorded using a gear, but in a touch-less manner by using either a magnet or a capacitor.
As manufacturers are driven to become more efficient and improve product quality, their ability to measure length and speed with increasing accuracy has become essential. Non-contact measurement plays an important role for manufacturers in today’s engineering world. Many traditional contact measurement devices such as micrometers and vernier callipers touch the surface of the feature or part being measured, which causes several drawbacks. A non-contact measurement system is permanently calibrated and has no moving parts to wear out. It works by projecting a unique pattern on the surface of the product.
Motion control is a sub-field of automation, encompassing the systems or sub-systems involved in moving parts of machines in a controlled manner. Machine automation is entering an era of rapid changes and technological advances, enabling businesses to improve their production efficiency, lower the operational costs, and boost their bottom line.
The motion control system is widely used in various industries in order to develop automated systems. This system encompasses a broad range of components that control motion sequences, enabling the engineering team to control the precise speed, the position, and the torque of the system. Motion control is often closed loop, so it monitors the actual path and corrects for position or velocity errors.