Direct drive motor assemblies

Applimotion's customized direct drive motor assemblies include precision bearings, encoders, and cabling for a low-profile direct drive solution.

08/19/2013


Applimotion's customized direct drive motor assemblies include precision bearings, encoders, and cabling for a low-profile direct drive solution. Courtesy: ApplimotionApplimotion's custom direct drive motor assemblies are for their ULT, UTH, UTS and UTO brushless frameless motor kits. These assemblies include precision bearings, encoders, mounting features, and cabling to provide a low-profile direct drive solution. With sizes ranging from 10 mm to 500 mm in diameter, pancake profiles as low as 10 mm and large through holes, the custom direct drive solution covers torque from .1 to 1000 NM. These custom direct drive motors are typically used in automated inspection, metrology, material handling, medical diagnostics, as well as robotics and factory automation. 

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