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MINIATURE DC LINEAR ACTUATORS FROM MAXON MOTOR

23-08-2016
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Producing tiny DC-powered electric linear actuators with highly customisable features to suit your specific needs, Maxon Motor is proud to supply Australian companies with high-quality motors.

Maxon Motor produces a completely customised miniature electric linear actuator for positioning tasks.

Despite the tiny dimensions available with motor diameters (which can be as low as 6mm) the units can deliver high linear forces.

The 16mm ball screw version has a force delivery capability of 403N. By combining a 16mm 60W 24V brushless DC motor with an integrated radial and axial thrust block bearing system, the shaft is then manufactured directly as a ball screw assembly.

Combined with brushless motors, each motor has a high speed capability, having the ability to accelerate to 12,000rpm in under 2ms.

The motor is fitted with an integrated digital encoder for detent free smooth positioning. The length of the ball screw and the nut details are all configurable to suit the machine design requirements.


Maxon Motor
www.maxonmotor.com.au

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