1 Dunkermotoren UK - Fast, flexible servotube motors with best-in class speed and repeatability

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Fast, flexible servotube motors with best-in class speed and repeatability

18 April 2017

Dunkermotoren’s new ServoTube XTA25 and XTBA25 options improve processes, cut energy costs and ultimately help increase profitability.

Developing Tubular Linear Motors that allow machines to operate at increasingly higher speeds whilst maintaining pinpoint precision, using considerably less energy and with low noise and minimal maintenance is an important focus for Dunkermotoren. 

Its new ServoTube XTA25 and XTBA25 options are good examples of its close working relationships with customers with the objectives of improving processes, cutting energy costs and ultimately helping them to increase profitability. 

These new ServoTube motors are designed to provide optimal solutions for linear movement, increasing the peak performance of a standard product line by between 10 and 18 percent (force and speed) when compared to the standard STA25 and STB25 ServoTube range. They provide a performance that is faster than a ballscrew with the clean reliability of a tubular linear motor and also are a cost-effective alternative to air cylinders in applications requiring greater flexibility and control. 

The tubular linear motor incorporates an IP67 rated forcer and a sealed stainless steel thrust rod enclosing rare-earth magnets. The range comprises 16 models which deliver a continuous force range of 51~118 N with peak forces up to 860 N and linear speeds up to 11m/s. XTA and XTB models have been designed to produce maximum peak forces and speeds compared to the STA models producing a lower, but more even force. 

More details on the XTA/XTB range at: http://www.dunkermotoren.uk.com/linear-motor-systems/

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