The LE series of motorless electric actuators is compatible with motors from 16 different manufacturers.
The drylin shaft configurator allows the user to select the right shaft in the required length, in diameters from 6 to 50 mm, from seven materials.
igus has combined its drylin N low-profile linear guide with a toothed belt and has developed the drylin ZLN toothed belt axis.
The ELZU 3-axis actuator system consists of two y-axes and one x-axis that uses two motors and is driven by only one belt.
Unlike recirculating ball systems, drylin linear guides run on sliding elements made of high-performance polymers and achieve better wear rates and coefficients of friction.
The blue material of the iglidur A160 guide liner complies with the FDA and EU Regulation 10/2011 EC and is therefore suited to the special requirements of the food industry.
The RSX080 and RSX096 electric actuators offer high force capabilites up to 80 kN and 130 kN respectively.
The iglidur E7 lead screw nuts for high helix and trapezoidal lead screws are specifically designed for high-speed applications with low loads and small installation space.
Choosing between ball bearing guides and plain linear bearings depends greatly on the application requirements of accuracy, speed and working environment.
Moog has enlarged its product range of electrohydrostatic pump units with the EPU size 80 cc in order to help users address a wider range of applications.
The drylin ZLW eco from igus is a range of lubrication-free and maintenance-free toothed belt drive axes that significantly reduce the costs of transport and handling tasks.
Tolomatic's ACSI integrated servo motor now features support for Profinet.
With a maximum operating pressure of 350 bar and peak pressure up to 420 bar, the RKP series addresses a wide range of applications including presses, metal forming and heavy industries.
Moog has launched an electro-hydrostatic pump unit (EPU) designed to help machine builders and end users derive the combined benefits of both hydraulic and electric actuation.
Motion drive and control technologies are advancing rapidly, giving engineers access to an expanding spectrum of options to leverage previously unattainable performance and form factors.