Linear actuators and belt drives

  • 20-Jan-2010 10:38 EST
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MacSTANDARD off-the-shelf linear actuators and belt drives from Macron Dynamics offer the same quality, reliability, and features as the firm’s engineered actuators and provide a readily available actuator for industrial automation or linear motion. The Macron Standard Actuator line enables buyers to select from a range of linear actuators and belt drives with varied specifications. In addition, buyers can configure the product through options including single or double shaft types, preferred drive shaft location, various standard travel lengths up to 2242 mm, and the addition of position sensors. The actuators come in travel lengths of 184-2242 mm; maximum speeds of 1270-15,240 mm/s; and maximum load capacities of 25-500 lb. Belt drives provide a force of 100-2500 lb. Options and configurations include wrap-around, rotated, and extended carts; stainless steel components; and dual-cart independent belt systems.

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