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Motion Control Features

Shock absorbers: the final piece of the productivity puzzle

With productivity incredibly important to manufacturers, shock absorbers are being used to ensure machines have longer lives, lower maintenance and safer operations. Paul Mulvey, UK Sales Manager for norelem, investigates what is behind the decision to use these products.

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Self-synchronising actuators simplify the automation of large or awkward loads

Balancing large or awkward loads can be a challenge for many industrial applications. Whether it is the hood of a construction vehicle, a large work platform, a solar panel or an industrial material handling system, movements that are imbalanced can impact performance, cause unnecessary wear and tear, and jeopardise worker safety.

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Achieving linear motion in off-highway applications

The term ‘off-highway’ covers a wide range of machinery and equipment that operate in harsh working environments where dust, water and even chemicals can be prevalent.

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Motion control – much more than just the ability to stop and start!

This feature will examine two very diverse applications with the help of a UK manufacturer of motion control products – LG Motion UK Ltd.

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