+48 (22) 299 74 46


7:00 - 17:00

Poniedziałek - Piątek

Motion systems

In cnc routers, the motion system is responsible for controlling the movement of the cutting tool and the workpiece during the cutting process. The two most commonly used types of motors in CNC router motion systems are servo motors and stepper motors.

Servo motors are high-performance motors that use feedback control to achieve precise and accurate motion. They operate based on a closed-loop feedback system that constantly monitors the position of the motor and adjusts the speed and torque as needed to maintain the desired position. This makes them ideal for high-speed and high-precision cutting applications. Additionally, servo motors have a high torque-to-inertia ratio, meaning they can accelerate and decelerate quickly, allowing for faster cutting speeds.

Stepper motors, on the other hand, operate based on an open-loop system, which means that they do not use feedback control to monitor the position of the motor. Instead, they rely on a series of steps to achieve motion. Stepper motors are commonly used in CNC routers because they are cost-effective, easy to use, and provide precise control over the movement of the cutting tool. However, stepper motors have lower torque-to-inertia ratios compared to servo motors, which means they may not be suitable for high-speed or high-precision applications.

Both servo and stepper motors have their advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of motor depends on the specific needs of the application. Cnc router manufacturers typically offer a range of motor options to suit different applications and budgets.

In summary, servo and stepper motors are two types of motors commonly used in cnc router motion systems. Servo motors offer high precision and speed, while stepper motors are cost-effective and easy to use. The choice of motor depends on the specific needs of the application.

Read more technical data

Product Enquiry