POWER TRANSMISSION

If you are building a machine and tightly integrating power transmission components, come to Motion Plus to find the solution you need. We have a range of linear motor solutions and soon, we will also offer lead screw and ball screw products to drive your motion application with minimal friction and the right degree of speed, accuracy and precision. And don’t forget to contact us if you need help deciding the right product for your application.

Linear Motor Forcers for your power transmission

Linear Motor Forcers

Take a look at our direct drive linear motors with non-contacting forcer and “U-channel” or “flat” rare-earth magnet track. These maintenance-free motors are ideal for robot transfer units, high speed shuttling, alignment & positioning systems, assembly, machine tools, semiconductor equipment, electronic manufacturing, vision systems and many more industrial automation applications.

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Linear Motor Magnet Track

Achieve continuous flow and high efficiency with our rare-earth U-channel or flat magnet tracks, which can accommodate either non-magnetic (ironless) forcers (to achieve zero cogging for extremely smooth motion and very tight velocity and position control) or magnetic (iron-core or slotted) forcers (to achieve higher force per unit volume).

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Ball Screws (Coming Soon)

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Lead Screws (Coming Soon)

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