GLOBAL MACHINE TOOL MOTOR MARKET INTRODUCTION The motor’s speed virtually remains constant under a range of loads, making it […]
The motor’s speed virtually remains constant under a range of loads, making it ideal for applications where a constant speed requirement is necessary, such as machine tools.
A machine tool is a power-driven device used for cutting, shaping, and finishing materials. Examples include a lathe, miller, or grinder.
They market grinders, lathes, and other machinery. A lathe is a kind of machine tool that can be used to shape wood or metal.
Some manufacturing enterprises depend heavily on machine tools. It aids in providing goods and parts that meet the strictest requirements. It serves as the primary base for precise manufacturing.
The Global Machine tool motor market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NUM releases linear electric motors intended for machine tools.
expert in CNC Specifically for continuous duty cycle applications in machine tools, NUM has introduced a line of brushless linear servo motors.
The majority of linear motors on the market up until this point have been created for general automation with quick A-B positioning capabilities but relatively short duty cycles.
NUM has adopted a more cautious design strategy and waited for the market to develop before developing a linear motor specifically built for continuous operation in the demanding environment of contemporary machine tools.
The new LMX series linear motors from NUM include a number of characteristics to lessen the impact of difficult operating circumstances.
Their principal moving coil section is entirely enclosed in a sturdy stainless steel housing, and an integrated cooling circuit that is optimised for flow rate also enables the use of cooling liquids with low specific heat capacities.
To maximise force density, limit cogging forces, and lower thermal losses, the motors have short pole pitches.
The LMX linear motor consists of a coil assembly supported by a customer-supplied guideway and a metal track with many embedded rare earth magnets.
The motors’ ability to run with a relatively large air gap of 1 mm, which lessens the effect of mounting tolerances on performance characteristics, is a crucial advantage.
The track is held stationary while the coil assembly is free to move in the majority of machine tool applications, but opposite mounting arrangements are also feasible and have comparable performance characteristics.
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