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Linear drives range boosts performance

Linear drives range boosts performance

The Origa Drive System (ODS) provides a complete range that encompasses screw, belt and linear motor driven systems, providing users with the ideal combination of speed, precision and load carrying capacity for any application. In addition, innovative design features provide increased flexibility in terms of assembly and disassembly, higher levels of ingress protection as standard, simpler lubrication, and a range of optional add-ons to meet the broadest spread of application requirements.

Much of the design focus for the ODS has been on increasing repeatability, accuracy force and speed across the range, with the various models offering significantly higher performance than previous generations. As an example, the ballscrew driven ODS-SB version offers a repeatability 2.5 times more precise than the previous generation, and provides action forces up to 66 percent higher. This performance boost is reflected across the range.

Conventionally, users turn to linear motors for high speed, highly dynamic positioning, toothed belt drives for fast moving, medium loads, and screw drives lower speed, precision positioning of medium to high loads. By boosting the performance in all these areas across the whole ODS range, users have more freedom to choose the technology that best suits their needs rather than being forced along a particular path because of traditional performance compromises.

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