A catalog of videos demonstration what you can move with our motion control prodcuts.
Robotic Dolphin in motion showing internal design control by QuickSilver Controls, Inc.
Equus CT Large Patient Scanner
The EquusCT from ARTEC IMAGING is a large animal patient positioning and CT scanning table.
Mosolver in a linear belt application.
Mosolver direct driving a Lintech belt driven linear actuator with a Red Lion HMI.
DMX Isn’t Scary
QuickSilver Controls demonstrates using their products to show off using DMX protocol.
Quiet stepper motor operation using QuickSilver Controls’ SilverSterling(TM) controllers.
Engineering in Art
Motion Control so quiet it can be used in a museum piece.
Direct Drive - Belt
Direct drive (no gear box) servo system operating belt actuator with widely varying loads - no load up to 25 pounds of weights.
Three QCI motors and QCI controllers working together via CANopen in wind/unwind application.
Return of the Direct Drive Belt
A redo of our original Direct Drive belt for our viewers who believe our original was too good to be true. Now with added charted background for non-dithering ability reference.
Automated Testing - Pick and Place
Three QCI controllers driving three 3rd party motors in closed-loop mounted to a 3-axis stage. The master controller, the Z-Axis, transmits target position information via CANopen.
Additional Direct Drive Capabilities
Direct drive (no gear box) servo system operating belt actuator with widely varying loads - no load up to 50 pounds of weights horizontally and 15 pounds vertically.
Sample QuickControl Program creating a spiral with the help of a 3-axis stage. Three motors and three controllers interact via CAN to produce a smooth motion.
Coordinated axes control for an NC wood router. Motors are driven via step and direction with electronic gearing.
Transmotec Linear Actuator
Demonstrates QuickSilver's SilverDust controller driving a Transmotec linear actuator with encoder feeback.
Voice Coil Linear Actuator
Demonstrates QuickSilver Controls' controller driving a voice coil linear actuator with analog feeback.
QuickSilver Controls NEMA 17 I-Grade Motor singing Ode to Joy.
This video demonstrates QuickSilver Controls' various motion capabilities.
10-Axis Wind Tunnel/Gust Generator
Nine slaved axes follow one master encoder, mapped via CANopen. Ability to adjust any axis' phase to randomize wind patterns.
NEMA 11 - 2500:1 Inertial Mismatch
QuickSilver's NEMA 11 servo motor with over-sized flywheel. Demonstrates QuickSilver's huge inertial mismatch capability.
NEMA 17 - 500:1 Inertial Mismatch
Small NEMA17 Frame servo motor with over-sized flywheel. Demonstrates QuickSilver's huge inertial mismatch capability.
NEMA 23 - 300:1 Inertial Mismatch
QuickSilver's NEMA 23 servo motor with over-sized flywheel. Demonstrates QuickSilver's huge inertial mismatch capability.
Servo Motor and Voice Coil in Synchronous Operation
Demonstrates the flexibility of our SilverSterling controller line by controlling a servo motor and voice coil in a synchronous operation.
For more in-depth information go to our Downloads page for SilverLode User Manual and Command Reference Manuals.
00 - 10 Minutes To Motion
A 10-minute video to accompany our Quick Start to Motion Guide.
01 - Initialize your Controller
This videos guides you through the steps to configure and initialize your controller.
02 - Downloading your First Program
Introduction to our QuickControl programming software.
03 - Home to a Hardstop
How to program a home to hardstop.
04 - Home to a Sensor
How to home to a sensor input.
05 - Expand your Program
How to add flexibilty to your programs.
06 - Utilizing QuickControl’s Tools
Describes some useful tools provided by QuickControl.
07 - Pre-programmed Examples
Describes some of the program examples included with QuickControl
08 - Using Digital Inputs
How to use input to start/stop programs & motions.
For more in-depth information go to our Downloads page for SilverLode CANopen User Manual.