Linear Motor Moves Small Masses

Aug. 1, 2011
MCL ironless linear motors position small masses with  precision and maximum synchronization, according to the company.

Typical areas of application include assembly and handling technology, as well as semiconductor and solar technology. MCL product line features four sizes with graded lengths and a maximum force range of between 20 and 1,700 newtons. This enables an acceleration of up to 300 m/s² and a maximum speed of up to 1,200 m/min. To increase performance even more, several primary components can be set up in a sequence or parallel to each other. Design provides different mounting planes for mounting primary and secondary parts.

Bosch Rexroth AG
www.boschrexroth.com
630.654.0170

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