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Old January 31st, 2018, 06:15 PM   #1
aand74
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Cams and polynomials

Concerning cams in a motion controller that represent slave position related to master position, I would like to ask if my statements are wright, concerning the internally used polynomial :
1)slave start velocity = 0, slave end velocity = master velocity,
slave start and end accelerations and jerks = 0
--> polynomial 6.
2)slave start velocity = master velocity, slave end velocity = master velocity,
slave start and end accelerations and jerks = 0
--> polynomial 7.
3)if for start and end point, velocities and jerks are known as parameters, I suppose the polynomial order will never get higher then 7?
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