Motion Control • Actuators
Actuators utilize a form of energy - electrical, hydraulic, or pneumatic – to put a load in motion or apply a force. They can also be a subdivision of transducers.Types of actuators include: electrical motors, pneumatic actuators, hydraulic actuators, linear actuators, comb drive, piezoelectric actuators, thermal bimorphs, micro-mirror devices, and electroactive polymers. Other actuator types include: rotary, heavy duty, AC servo, DC servo, multi-axis, cylinder, slide, gripper, coil, miniature, and modular.
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Tolomatic manufactures electric rodless screw and belt drive actuators. They offer several series of various maximum stroke specifications including 100-200 inches, 96", 61-120 inches, dependent on models and other variables like screw selection (as applicable). Maximum static lateral load includes range from 70-1472 lb, 591-4636 lb, 200-17535 lb. and 100-200 lb., also dependent on model and series.
Midwest Motion Products offers MMP LA-3 and MMP LE-8 Series linear actuators with technical features such as low noise design, corrosion resistance, aluminum outer tube, non-rotating aluminum inner tube, powder metal gears, and lubricated for life.
Zero Max manufactures Roh'lix Linear Actuators whose design convert rotatory motion. They are available in five sizes from 5 to 200 pounds thrust, with various shaft diameters and range of leads. The Roh'lix line also features a 2-piece split aluminum block, six ball bearings, and coil springs for thrust adjustment.