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first linear servomotor designed for the ultra high-precision market (sub-micron resolution)

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Linear Shaft Motor
Linear Shaft Motor

Nippon Pulse's Linear Shaft Motor is the first linear servomotor designed for the ultra high-precision market (sub-micron resolution), while also proving to be 50 percent more energy efficient than competing coreless linear motors, a claim independently verified.

Because of its simple design, the Linear Shaft Motor does not produce Eddy currents and as an ironless motor has no cogging issues, reducing heat generation while maximizing precision and efficiency. It is an ideal replacement/alternative to ball-screws, belt drives, rack and pinions as well as other traditional linear systems.

To learn more, contact Nippon Pulse at info@nipponpulse.com or visit our website, www.npmeurope.com

Posted on November 27, 2012 - (462 views)
Nippon Pulse America, Inc.
4 Corporate Drive
24141 Radford - USA
+1-540-6330706
+1-540-6331674
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