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At Motion Solutions, linear motion is part of our DNA. Our deep domain expertise enables us to help customers find the best solution for their needs, whether it is a stock item, a modified component, or a subsystem built entirely from scratch.
In these pages, you can explore linear motion products supplied by our best-in-class partners. From actuators to linear guides, we offer precision components suitable for a range of markets, including semiconductor, medical, solar, and test equipment. This gives us the freedom to identify the ideal solution for each project, whether we are custom engineering a subassembly or simply providing stock items to OEMs. Our team of experienced sales representatives, technicians, and engineers is ready to assist you in the design, component selection, and implementation of your project.
Precision Stages: Applications like biotech, laboratory instrumentation, medical, and semiconductor depend upon high-accuracy, high-resolution positioning. We serve these markets with a variety of precision stages from marquee suppliers. We will work with you to determine the correct match or make adjustments to available products to better suit your positioning needs. Learn more
Industrial Actuators: Industrial actuators are the workhorses of the motion world. They typically offer less accuracy and resolution than precision stages—on the order of millimeters rather than microns. They are ruggedized to deliver reliable operation even in harsh environments. Learn more
Lead Screws and Ball Screws: Lead screws and ball screws lie at the heart of screw-driven stages and actuators. They convert input torque from rotary motors into linear motion. They feature a number of variables, including type of nut, screw diameter, screw pitch, material, etc. To achieve best results with these components, it is important to work closely with an application engineer. Learn more
Linear Bearings and Guides: Developing thrust is only one part of linear motion. The load needs to be supported while it moves. The ideal bearing enables that to happen while simultaneously preventing non-axial motion and minimizing friction and vibration that might degrade performance. As a result, the choice of bearing can make or break system performance. Learn more