Used in many industrial and (high-tech) fabrication applications, linear motors are an invaluable part for the fastest and most efficient processes. But how do linear motors work? In this video we explain the basic electrical principle used in linear motors.
What are the advantages of a linear synchronous motor? Used in transportation, scanning and printing linear motors can greatly increase throughput and process efficiency. This video shows a couple of movement profiles when comparing a linear motor to a belt drive.
No cogging between the coil unit and the magnet track. This is what gives ironless motors their light weight, superior precision, a linear force constant and extremely dynamic velocity, acceleration and deceleration. Continuous force ranges from 10N all the way up to 846N with peak force of up to 4200N.
Closed magnet track with moving coil units.
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