The RACO LM-Series is a lightweight positioning actuator that is designed for high speeds and long travel (stroke) with medium side-load capabilities. The LM can be used as a single axis system or can be combined to form a multiple axis motion system.
Today's machine builders seek to save space, yet at the same time utilize the latest sensor technology to measure and control linear motion systems. Watch the IMScompact online video and see the key features and unique advantages this system provides for the latest generation of compact machines.
Available in three sizes, the IMScompact measuring system lets you precisely measure and control Rexroth profiled rail systems (ball or roller). Ultra-compact, economical and flexible, the IMScompact lets you easily incorporate linear motion measurement into your designs to make small machines smaller, lighter and faster.
Reliably and precisely move components or work pieces with the Smart Function Kit for handling applications. Developed by the linear motion technology experts at Bosch Rexroth, this kit combines all the components you need to plug & produce.
Bosch Rexroth has leveraged over three decades of experience with linear motion technology, as well as the capabilities in the latest generation of digital electronics, to move mechatronics to the next level: smarter systems that allow users to "plug-and-produce, perform and proceed."
Fully integrated linear modules provide a versatile and cost-effective solution for many linear transport requirements and applications. These Tech Tips can help you avoid some of the common pitfalls that may occur during the selections and integration process.
As digital technology continues to evolve, linear motion technology is poised to transform the modern manufacturing environment over the next several years. Our experts explain the five key benefits of linear motion technology that will help achieve the Factory of the Future.
Of the various robots used for automated assembly, the Cartesian robot is the least complex. Also known as a linear or gantry robot, a Cartesian robot can only move its end effector in straight lines along the X, Y and Z axes.
On Demand Today’s body-in-white assembly lines must be more flexible than ever before. Gone are the days when body-in-white lines turned out the same model for months. Now, these lines are expected to run multiple models daily. In this webinar, you’ll learn how to make body-in-white lines more flexible.