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Linear Actuators: what they are and how to decide on them

A linear actuator is a self-supporting structural system capable of reworking a circular motion generated by a motor right into a linear motion alongside an axis. Serving to to produce movements such as the pushing, pulling, raising, lowering or inclination of a load.The commonest use of actuators entails combining them with multi-axis Cartesian robot systems or utilizing them as integral elements of machines.The principle sectors:industrial automationservos and pick-and-place systems in production processesassemblypackaging and palletisationIndeed, just think of applications such as aircraft, laser or plasma cutting machines, the loading and unloading of machined items, feeding machining centres in a production line, or moving an industrial anthropomorphic robot alongside an additional ex...