Development of an aerodynamic control system for the evaluation of the Open Core Engineering technology
University of Applied Sciences Fulda, Leipziger Str. 123, D-36037, Germany
This paper describes the development of an aerodynamic control system used for the evaluation and demonstration of the award winning Open Core Engineering (OCE) technology. The aerodynamic control system was designed with physical properties that allow using it in rapid-control-prototyping (RCP) environments as well as with industrial motion-control components. Open Core Engineering is a quite modern technology invented by Bosch Rexroth AG that supports software development on several platforms for industrial automation applications. A 3D printed alternative design is explained as well.
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