Magnetic transmission drives

  • 18-Feb-2009 04:01 EST
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Misumi USA's magnetic transmission drive components are suited for applications where noncontacting components result in ultralow dust generation, such as semiconductor, circuit board, military ordnance, and aerospace markets. The components operate on the principle of attractive force and thus function without contact. Depending on the transmission direction desired, Type MDQ allows perpendicular alignment, while Type MDY allows parallel alignment. All parts are housed in 5056 aluminum with gas emission prevention treatment.

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