Not shaken or stirred: Rexroth helps create new options for materials mixing

Resodyn’s innovative ResonantAcoustic® Mixing (RAM) technique blends various types of materials in faster, more precise ways than attainable by traditional methods, while avoiding the purity- and safety-related drawbacks that result from impellers or blades.


  • Achieve precision timing to take motors in and out of phase during mixing to create resonance at exactly the right frequency
  • Blend multiple programming languages for communication between drives, motors, embedded PLC and Resodyn “black box” controller
  • Simplify machine construction, reduce cabling, production time and machine cost
  • Maximize energy efficiency

We had a great concept, and we wanted to take it to the next level where we could control the machine’s production time, cost, and complexity while saving our customers as much energy as possible during mixing.

Brian Seaholm, Resodyn Senior Engineer

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Learn more about Resodyn’s innovative ResonantAcoustic® Mixing (RAM) and the results by downloading the case study below.

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