Linear Axis Actuator or in other words, Mechanical linear actuator is usually operated by converting rotary motion into linear motion. Here we recommend our TMS100L type for your projects.You are welcome to https://www.youtube.com/@tallmanrobotics to watch our video centre for more projects or visit our website load down e-catalogues for further technical data.
Sliding table for Linear Axis Actuator to move under the drive of the driving part, guide rail for guiding the sliding table along a straight line, and a pair of end blocks connected to the first end and the second end of the driving part respectively, wherein: the guide rail is installed in the groove of the sliding table, and the size of the guide rail along the width direction roughly perpendicular to the sliding table movement direction is smaller than the width of the sliding table.
Many types of motors can be used in Linear Axis Actuator systems. These include DC brushes, DC brushless, stepper motors, or in some cases even induction motors. It all depends on the application requirements and the load to be moved by the actuator design. For example, linear actuators using integrated horsepower AC induction motors to drive guide screws can be used to operate large valves in refineries. In this case, accuracy and higher motion resolution are not required, but higher force and speed are required.
For electromechanical Linear Axis Actuator used in laboratory instruments robots, optical and laser equipment or XY workbenches, fractional horsepower stepping motors may be required to achieve high resolution and precision in the micrometer range. Linear actuator with fine pitch lead screw. There are many variations in electromechanical linear actuator systems.