In this Design Guide, we detail cable carrier subtypes as well as the different designs into which cable carriers integrate.
Motion control systems can vary from simple, straightforward single-axis direct-drive systems with little wiring to large and complex multi-axis robotic systems with a hornet’s nest of cables. This is usually where cabling, which was an afterthought, now takes center stage.
Especially where there are lots of cables and wiring, cable management becomes an issue. A simple form of cable management uses twist-tie type bundlers that tie together groups of wires and cables. The problem is that with more and more cabling, they become impractical -- using cable carriers is another option.
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