To reduce the impact energy of actuators in pneumatic systems, designers typically use end-position air cushioning—a costly, time-consuming solution that requires technicians to manually adjust the air cushion according to the cylinder’s changing operating pressure, speed and load. Failure to do so can result in slower cycle times, increased shock and vibration and even premature failure of the cylinder.
This technical paper looks at the design and benefits of a new air cushioning solution that automatically responds to speed and load changes without manual intervention.
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