A linear synchronous motor consists of a moving part - an armature and a magnetic road - a stator.
The anchor contains a toothed magnetic circuit, with a three-phase winding laid in grooves, filled with a heat-conducting compound.
The stator consists of alternating polarity rare earth magnets glued to a steel plate.
For normal engine operation, the air gap between the armature and the stator should be about 1 mm.
The force is transmitted directly through the air gap, i.e. no mechanical transmission.
This provides high precision engine parameters, acceleration and speed, reliability

Linear synchronous motors develop a uniform linear force due to the interaction of the magnetic field of the armature with the permanent magnets of the stator.
A distinctive feature of a linear synchronous motor over other linear systems is the lack of mechanical transmission (direct drive).
Position sensors with a period of 20, 40 μm or 2 mm and an output of 1 Vss or RS422 are used

  • precision positioning
  • high dynamic characteristics (high speed of movement in comparison with the stepper motor),
  • lack of mechanical transmission and backlash - and as a result - great reliability and stability of parameters,
    simple construction

  • metalworking
  • assembly and other technological equipment
  • milling and drilling machines,
    laser cutting machines, cutting tables, precision positioners, etc.

Anchor and stator are designed for installation in a linear table (linear axis),
additionally containing linear guides,
linear encoder (position sensor), cable layer, end stops and switches,
as well as corrugated protection (if required)
The linear table is controlled by a servo controller and CNC (or PLC)
The number and length of stators is determined by the required movement as:
Stator Length = Movement+ Anchor Length + 32mm

It is recommended to choose the stator of the maximum possible length and supplement with short stators to the required length

Product series

lc32 series

Low-profile series of linear motors for automation systems, compact in size.
Continuos force from 50 to 405N, peak force from 430 to 1720N.

LP32 series

A standard series of linear motors for automation systems, differ by high long-term effort.
Long-term force from 270 to 1630N, peak force from 635 to 3820N.