Absolute

What is Absolute Motion?

An absolute motion always moves to a specified position without being affected by the previous motion.

Why use Absolute Motion?

Absolute Motion makes it very easy for us to reach a specified destination.
EXAMPLE
    An ABSOLUTE MOVE will move the axis to position 25 rather than 25 units ahead of the current position.
    A RELATIVE MOVE will move the axis 25 units ahead of the current position, rather than to position 25.
In our API an absolute motion will let us move a single axis with a trapezoidal profile to an absolute distance.
You can change the velocity, acceleration, deceleration of a moveSCurve that is executing on the fly simply by calling the function again with different parameters.

Sample App (C#)

Motion.cs
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