LinMot linear motors are direct electromagnetic
drives. The linear motion is generated without
wear, with no intermediary mechanical gearboxes,
spindles, or belts. The motor consists of just
two parts: the slider and the stator. The slider is
made of neodymium magnets, encased in a
high-precision stainless steel tube. The stator
contains the motor windings, slider bearings, position
encoder, and microprocessor circuitry for
monitoring motor performance.
LinMot's standard catalog includes 6 different families
of motors, with peak forces of between 8
and 2500 N. All models are available with different
stroke lengths and features - over 400 different
linear motors altogether.