The counter-reversing drive system or “Omega” drive, as it is sometimes called, mimics the action of a rack and pinion by rotating a toothed drive pulley which is attached to the cart. Instead of using a stationary drive from the end of the actuator, this one must carry the motor with the load.
A Macron Dynamics team member adds a pulley assembly to the actuator for a recent customer order.
Squaring up an extruded beam segment on a CNC beam processor. Our actuator frames are available in a variety of...
The MSA-SB5 belt-driven actuator provides belt-driven incremental push/pull capabilities that make it extremely useful for various packaging and automation applications.