LinMot is the world’s leading manufacturer of direct-drive, industrial linear servo motors for use in production machines and automation applications. LinMot products are used in packaging, processing, material handling, inspection, and automation applications around the world. LinMot offers same day shipping with overnight delivery available on most non-custom products. LinMot will give you higher speeds, longer life, and complete control of your linear motors and actuators.
The LinMot line of industrial linear motors feature a direct drive system which eliminates the need for high-wear components such as belts, screws, cams or gears. This unique design offers greatly reduced maintenance and substantially longer service life even in rugged industrial environments. Every LinMot system provides complete motor control on the basis of force, speed, trajectory or position.
LinMot’s linear-rotary motors are a completely innovative product featuring two axes of movement in a single, compact assembly. Either independent or synchronized motion is achieved by combining individually controlled linear and rotary servo motors. The LinMot PR01 series of actuators feature both linear force and rotary torque control and are designed to be used in complex motion tasks such as screwing, tapping, aligning or stacking and are ideal for use in bottle capping applications
The recently introduced LinMot P10-70 motor series extends the product range with larger and more powerful actuators producing up to 560 lbs of peak force. Five different motor sizes from 112 lb to 560 lb cover a wide range of high power applications under heavy loads. The motors are controlled by the new E1400 Series Servo Drives with fieldbus and industrial Ethernet Interfaces. The E1400 drives are directly powered from the AC mains with a 3×340…480VAC input range.
Series H01 Linear Guides are compact guide units with integrated ball bearings or plain bushings, for operating LinMot P01 linear motors with standard or heavy duty sliders.
H01 Linear Guides are used as load bearings, to resist external forces and rotational and bending moments, and as an anti-rotation device. They provide high-precision guidance and allow dynamic and precise positioning of the load.
Series B01 bridge guides are compact guide units with integrated ball bearings or plain bushing, for operating LinMot P01 linear motors with high-clearance sliders. The rear end plate increases the mechanical stiffness of the bridge guide.
Bridge Guides are used as load bearings, to resist external forces and rotational and bending moments, and as an anti-rotation device. They provide high-precision guidance and allow dynamic and precise positioning of the load.
The G series guide's carrier is made from an aluminum extruded profile, in which the housings for the recirculating ball bearings and the T-nut grooves are located. Thanks to the carrier special profile, with four adjustment screws, it is possible to se to zero the carrier backlash and to adjust the correct bearing preload. The carrier assembling, mounting on the bars, preloading and the first lubrication are mad in the factory. Two or more carriers, on demand, can be mounted on the same rail, to increase the load capacity or to get two or more independent slides.
Together, LinMot linear motors and LinMot servo motor drives build an optimal system for linear positioning applications. LinMot motor drives combine the functions of a drive system and a servo amplifier in one unit and are available in more than 70 variations featuring analog, digital, step and direction, and industrial fieldbus controller interfaces including Ethernet. These drives are used as either a stand-alone device or in overlaid communication with a PLC or PC. Regardless of the manufacturer and type of motor controls, LinMot linear drives provide the right interface to connect to any master control system, thereby supporting simple moves as well as high precision movements including electronic camming or encoder synchronization.
MagSpring products can best be described as “magnetic springs”. The term “spring”, however, is to be understood to mean that MagSpring components generate a constant force over their entire working range, while the characteristic curve for a typical mechanical spring shows an increase in force with increasing displacement. The generation of force that is independent of the stroke makes MagSprings preferable for balancing weight forces in vertical drive applications.
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