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Application of integrated stepping motor in labeling machine robot

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Date:2023-04-11

Project Description: The packaging industry in China has emerged about twenty years later compared to foreign markets, and the labeling machine has gradually developed along with the rise of the packaging industry. In recent years, the labeling machine industry in China has played a significant role in various sectors, including food, personal care, and pharmaceuticals, due to its rapid growth.

In the past, product labels often had issues with misalignment or minor errors, and consumers considered any packaging problems as defects in the products themselves. Manufacturers spent significant efforts (and perhaps wasted numerous products) to ensure that all products sold in the market have perfectly applied labels. Any improvement in the labeling process that reduces the above work and waste directly impacts the company's profit and loss situation. To achieve continuous and sustainable production, labeling equipment must maintain precise positioning and accurate torque at high speeds. With hundreds of products coming off the line every minute, it is crucial to apply the labels correctly, avoiding blur, detachment, cracking, or product damage. Even slight changes in speed or time can cause errors depending on the label material and adhesive, leading to material wastage and production stoppages.

Currently, the most advanced labeling equipment utilizes direct drive stepper motors and multi-axis controllers, eliminating the need for mechanical linkage, thereby reducing footprint and maintenance efforts. Additionally, the equipment can be designed with modularity to meet various product requirements. Moreover, the equipment can feature safety and intelligent functions, such as intelligent retrieval and button switching. The Lishi labeling equipment solution employs the industry's most advanced integrated stepper motors, stepper motor drivers, and stepper motor controllers, making it an ideal choice to enhance equipment productivity, increase functionality, and boost profitability. The company's direct drive technology leads the transformation from mechanical systems to electrical systems, which are more compact, efficient, and adaptable than their mechanical counterparts. Furthermore, the company's unique co-design capabilities ensure meeting even the most demanding motion control requirements.

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