Single Axis Linear Actuators have been completed to clients from Australia.
Application and difference between screw Single Axis Linear Actuators and synchronous belt Single Axis Linear Actuators.
Single Axis Linear Actuators are composed of a combination of linear slide and motor drive. The automatic linear motion of the workpiece is driven by the motor. Through the combination of multi-directional axes, Single Axis Linear Actuator on the equipment is composed. This mechanism is often called industrial manipulator, XYZ axis manipulator, coordinate axis slide, etc.
1、 Linear Actuators are widely used in various industries
- Entertainment industry: robot arms and joints, dynamic seats, etc.
- Military industry: simulation aircraft, simulation, etc.
- Automobile industry: press fitting machine, testing instrument, etc.
- Industry: food machinery, ceramic machinery, welding machinery, spraying equipment, lifting platform, etc.
- Medical devices.
2、 Transmission difference
1) Ball screw drive means that the motor drives the ball screw to rotate through the coupling or synchronous pulley, and then pushes the sliding block fixed on the linear guide rail to move back and forth.
a. Ball screw has the characteristics of high positioning accuracy, low friction, high rigidity and strong load capacity. Accurate positioning can be achieved.
b. In terms of speed, it depends on the speed of the motor and the lead of the lead screw. The larger the lead of the lead screw, the faster the slider of the single axis manipulator moves at the same motor output speed.
2) The synchronous belt drive is driven by the motor to rotate the driving wheel of the synchronous belt, and then the belt drives the sliding block on the linear guide rail to move back and forth. The synchronous belt has the characteristics of low noise, fast moving speed and low cost.
In terms of speed, it can generally achieve a higher speed than the ball screw. At the same time, there is no limit of critical speed, which has more cost performance in long-distance transmission. However, the positioning accuracy of synchronous belt drive is lower than that of ball screw.