Just wondering if that is generally unhealthy for an AC drive to cycle rapidly? I have an uncoiling machine that I'm looking to simplify/integrate new motor & drive. Right now it has a gear motor that's controlled via a clusterf% $ k of circuit boards and relays that require an ER tech to troubleshoot. Also there are features on it that never get used, which all surely contribute to electronic overkill. Generally speaking, when an application demands rapid cycling, is there a rule of thumb as to what type of motor design to consider? The existing motor is 90w, 230v so I think less than 1/4 hp. Would DC be a better solution? Space is critical btw.