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To meet today’s security needs, missile manufacturers are under pressure to design and produce ever more sophisticated systems in greater quantities. Frameless motors play a vital role in missile guidance, control actuation and other subsystems. These motors must deliver exceptional speed, torque and precision under the most extreme conditions of shock, vibration and temperature.

Gain a competitive edge in the ever-advancing landscape of missile technology and learn about the crucial motor design principles that can significantly impact the success of your missile program, encompassing every stage from design concept to final deployment.

Key Insights:

  • Operational Objectives: Uncover how frameless motors can be designed to fulfill specific operational objectives, enhancing the overall effectiveness of your missile designs.
  • Precision in Extreme Environments: Delve into the principles of frameless motor design that are essential for precision in missiles under extreme conditions of shock, vibration and temperature, ensuring accuracy when it matters most.
  • Manufacturing Agility: Understand the crucial importance of selecting the right frameless motor manufacturer who is capable of swiftly prototyping and testing new technologies, scaling up production, and fulfilling long-term supply needs to support missile programs that may be operational for decades.

About the Presenter(s)

Tom S Wood
Tom S. Wood

Tom S. Wood, a 35+ year veteran in high-performance motion, has integrated motion control solutions as a machine designer, manufacturer’s representative, High-Tech distributor, and as a Kollmorgen Motion Control Product Specialist. He has extensive experience designing next-generation motion systems for the aerospace and defense industry as well as for robotics applications that improve everything from workplace safety to patient mobility. Tom enjoys helping engineers understand how to enhance their projects through frameless technology that delivers high performance in a compact form.