Linear Shaft Motors
Linear Shaft Motors provide ultra high precision. They have no iron in the forcer or shaft thus giving you the precision and zero cogging expected in a coreless design. The coils of the Linear Shaft Motor themselves form the core thus giving you the stiffness expected in an iron cored motor.
A stepper motor can be a good choice whenever controlled movement is required. They can be used to advantage in applications where you need to control rotation angle, speed, position and synchronize. Because of the inherent advantages, stepper motors have found their place in many different applications.
There are four series of AC servo motors in a range of torque densities, feedback options, and frame sizes. The three series of servo drives offered for both AC and DC input are configured for analog comment input as a stand alone programming with Si Programming and Q Program software applications.