The drive is configured using engineering units of choice such as mm or inches. This means that configuration of the system is made very easy, through an operator interface or by entering configuration parameters directly on the drive.
The fly profile is optimized for each application by breaking the synchronized, part of the profile down into three areas: Settling time, cut time and tool rise time. These are entered in milliseconds. The drive will then calculate the profile and perform checks to ensure that the parameters entered are achievable, given the length of motion available, and also the required cut length.
Typical applications include various types of cut-to-length machines, printing, packaging, depositors, punches, product inspection, or any other process where synchronization at line speed is required.