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    Troubleshooting A Tension Application: Knowing Your Components

    I was recently involved in troubleshooting a machine that I'd originally built and programmed for some prototype work, and which...

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    Thanks for sharing your troubleshooting story with us Paul!

    I wonder if the PID's settings couldn't avoid oscillating until after the system was warmed up and running smoothly?

    I've seen some PIDs that are tuned to work great under normal conditions, but can't recover from large disturbances...

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