Tag: Linear Shaft Motor

Submersible/Harsh Environment Linear Shaft Motor

The Linear Shaft Motor, from Nippon Pulse America, has no backlash, no wear and provides extremely smooth motion.  Because the Linear Shaft Motor is a simple mechanical design consisting of only a forcer (coils) and magnetic shaft, it is virtually maintenance free, creates minimal noise and operates well in harsh and wash down environments. The … Continue reading Submersible/Harsh Environment Linear Shaft Motor

New Product: SL083: scaleless linear motor with SIKO built-in encoder

Nippon Pulse is pleased to announce the release of the SL083 scaleless linear motor.  It is ideal for positioning applications that would benefit from the repeatability, reliability and robustness of a linear motor, with up to 5µm in resolution and repeat accuracy. The SL083 is a compact motor with a simple design of just two … Continue reading New Product: SL083: scaleless linear motor with SIKO built-in encoder

Understanding the Linear Shaft Servomotor

Nippon Pulse’s Linear Shaft Motor is a brushless, high-precision direct drive linear servo motor with a tubular design.  The motor consists of a magnetic shaft and coil assembly (forcer), and is driven and controlled by the flow of current. The Linear Shaft Motor can replace ball-screws, pneumatics, U-shaped motors and other linear motion systems. Design … Continue reading Understanding the Linear Shaft Servomotor

Linear motor offers submicron resolution

The S605 linear-shaft motor offers up to 3,100 N of acceleration force, and a continuous force of 780 N, making it suitable for applications requiring high force, high precision, energy efficiency, and high precision.  The motor can hit submicron resolution. Three types of windings are available — double, triple, quadruple.  The S605’s acceleration current is … Continue reading Linear motor offers submicron resolution

3D Models Help In The Selection Of Linear Motors and Stages

Nippon Pulse's 3D CAD model catalog is designed to assist you in successfully integrating a motion control product into your application. With a catalog that includes thousands of customizable options, finding the proper product for your system is thorough yet simple. After you've chosen the correct family (Linear Shaft Motor, tin-can stepper, linear stepper, etc.), … Continue reading 3D Models Help In The Selection Of Linear Motors and Stages

New YouTube Video: Underwater Linear Shaft Motor, Harsh Environments

The Linear Shaft Motor is an ideal solution for harsh or washdown environments.  In this video you can see the linear servo running without issue completely submerged in water.  This design has an IP69K rating. Click on the link below to view this YouTube Video, or click on  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzjKURxm7FI&list=PL3B9D70CB9E72F31D Please note, this is NOT a pneumatic … Continue reading New YouTube Video: Underwater Linear Shaft Motor, Harsh Environments

Motion Control Terminology Primer

What makes a bus based Motion Controller deterministic?   What are the three types of Step Motors?   What is the difference between an Absolute Encoder and a Resolver? These questions (and many more) are quickly answered in a free User Friendly 2page 'Motion Control Terminology' Primer. The Primer covers the following topics: Motion Control Motion Controllers Drives and Amplifiers … Continue reading Motion Control Terminology Primer

White Paper: Parallel Linear Motion Systems

This white paper explains the issues, and subsequent solutions, of linear motion systems when used in a parallel configuration.  It covers topics such as binding, sine error, and orthogonal alignment. Click on the link below to download this white paper- http://insidepenton.com/machinedesign/nl/Nippon-parallel.pdf More information on the Linear Shaft Motor Product Line from Nippon Pulse can be viewed at http://www.electromate.com/products/?partner=1152545929&d=105293Continue reading White Paper: Parallel Linear Motion Systems

Linear Stages for Quick and Easy System Integration

Nippon Pulse has taken much of the work of integrating a linear motor into a system with its SCR and SLP linear stages. Both are built around Nippon Pulse’s Linear Shaft Motor, the first motor designed for the ultra-high precision market. Both the SCR and SLP series stages come with integrated bearings and encoders to … Continue reading Linear Stages for Quick and Easy System Integration