In this exclusive Design Guide, the editors of Design World review linear actuators that pair stepper motors with ball and leadscrews.
Sometimes called motorized screws, these actuators leverage the way in which step motors rotate a preset discrete amount for every pulse of electrical power into their windings … a characteristic that’s useful for axes involved in positioning loads. In addition, the fine positioning possible with certain ball and leadscrews complements the motors’ stepping resolution.
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