Curtis Wilson

Curtis
S.
Wilson
V.P. of Engineering and Research

Delta Tau provided the first general-purpose motion controllers with on-board commutation for brushless motors, asynchronous PLC programs, DSP chips as the processor, digital current loops with direct PWM output, multi-move lookahead for robust acceleration control, and embedded kinematics algorithms for non-Cartesian mechanisms.

Articles
Synchronizing when speed counts
Special hardware can overcome software latency that may otherwise negate precise motion control.
The kinematics and dynamics of non-Cartesian actuators and robotics
Non-Cartesian actuators are improving applications where they weren't even feasible before. Full definition of their dynamics and kinematics helps designers extract maximum performance from these systems.
High-speed serial links in motion control applications
High-speed serial links have dramatically changed motion-control connectivity.
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