Point-to-Point Multi-Axis Motion performs synchronized or coordinated motion with multiple axes.
Point-to-Point motion allows us to move a multiaxis system to a specific point. There are two different motion profiles available for this type of motion: Trapezoidal and SCurve.
Trapezoidal motion accelerates each axis at the given rate until it reaches the specified velocity. When each axis approaches the specified location, it decelerates at the given rate to a stop. All accelerations and decelerations are constant, as shown by the figure above on the right. The above left diagram shows a trapezoidal motion profile.
SCurve motion also moves each axis to specific points, however each axis is accelerated at a non-constant rate determined by the jerk percentage. A motion profile with 100% jerk percent is shown above on the left. A jerk percentage of 0% is the same as a trapezoidal motion profile. At 100% jerk, the acceleration and deceleration is never constant, as shown in the above right figure.