Linear motors

How it works

A linear motor is an electric motor which exchanges electric energy directly into mechanical energy of the translational motion. Fundamentally, it is a traditional rotary motor with the stator flattened out and the magnet motor traveling overtop.

Rotary motors require a gear or other means to translate the rotation of the motor into a linear movement. The linear motor does not require this energy-consuming translation from rotary to linear.

This technology has the following advantages: reduced friction, lack of clearances, lack of transmissions generating energy loss and lack of positioning failures. As far as efficiency is concerned, the most important feature of linear motors is the possibility to achieve considerable operational dynamics

Linear motors mean efficiency


We develop all machines based on modern technology, and the most modern and capable means of providing motion are linear motors. Our careful research and testing extracts every bit of acceleration and efficiency our of our machines. Part of this efficiency is achieved by the careful application of linear drive technology.

A linear motor is actually an electric motor that generates movement linearly, without the use of a rotary device and a transmission. This technology converts electrical energy directly into mechanical power. It acts on a similar principle to a rotary engine, in which the stator and the rotor have been developed into a linear form.

The main advantages of linear drives are vast. They minimize friction, reduce loops, eliminate gearboxes, increase speed, and increase acceleration.

We utilize the most advanced linear motors available on all axes and will maintain the operating parameters throughout the life of the laser cutting machine.

When Linear drives are used in conjunction with a carbon fiber traverse bridge, lightweight cutting head, linear encoder feedback, and advanced digital controls we achieve maximum performance while maintaining high quality cutting and unmatched precision.