Screw-type actuators convert rotary motion to linear motion using a nut on a rotating screw. Turning the screw with a rotary motor causes the nut, and whatever is attached to it, to move relative to the screw. Screw-type actuators are commonly used in positioning systems for a broad range of applications including packaging, converting, medical, laboratory instrumentation, semiconductor, and test equipment.
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