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Electro motors in manufacturing are applied at all scales in machines and functions that employ mechanical movement. Electro motors linked to gears can produce powerful and precise movements to control and execute the output required for a wide range of manufacturing functions. Two typical applications are a DC motor or a servo motor. A DC motor is typically cylindrical, with a single shaft that rotates freely when a current is applied to the motor. A servo motor is often in the form of a sealed box-shaped unit, containing the motor and its control electronics. It typically moves its shaft to a precise position determined by the duration of the control signal it receives. A typical servo motor assembly includes the drive electronics for the motor, and therefore requires a much smaller current than a separate DC motor, which has none of its own electronics and simply responds to the amount of current supplied to it. The type of electro motor employed by machines used in manufacturing depends on the machine's function. A DC motor provides torque while a servo motor is ideal for functions that require precision movement, such as potentiometers used to control the input to a machine.
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