Linear motors are one of the latest motion components to go mainstream for OEMs building moving machinery requiring high precision.
That's because (among other things) they can make fast and precise moves for positioning or move slowly and steadily for material processing. Linear motors include: A moving forcer or primary (with electromagnetic windings) and A stationary platform called a platen or secondary that sometimes incorporates permanent magnets. In this exclusive Design Guide, the editors of Design World review the functions and variations of linear motors for precision automation as well as their connectivity and configuration requirements.
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