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A Global Leader in Linear Motion

Our clients rely on our proven knowledge and flexibility to design, test, and manufacture innovative linear motion solutions for their most challenging applications - serving virtually every industry.

Over 50 years of American manufacturing. Machine builders all over the world continue to benefit from our comprehensive ball screw, acme screw, screw jack, and electric linear actuator solutions.

Easily Collaborate with Us

Our tenured engineers have the expertise to assist with applications in virtually any industry. We can determine the ideal solution that best meets your performance requirements and budget. Our commitment to responsive customer support is fundamental to our longevity and success in the linear motion field.

Work with us early in the design process to speed your time-to-market.

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Modular Linear Actuators


Unlimited Combinations.

Fast & Accurate Positioning.

Multiple Drives & Guides.


Configure an Automation System

Need Design Support?

We can provide any level of technical support for any stage of your project including custom designs, modifications, and simulation testing. 

Our team of proven, highly experienced design and application engineers can tailor a perfect solution to best fit your specifications, budget, and schedule.

Testing and Simulation

We can help you design better products by simulating many real world scenarios to speed design, improve reliability, determine life cycle, and predict performance.

Nook has a laboratory facility and dedicated personnel ready to perform advanced testing and simulation on any linear motion design.

Explore Industry Solutions

Our linear motion technology and extensive industry knowledge encompasses virtually every major market segment. Several major OEMs and end users prefer Nook as their primary partner for performance, reliability, value, and service.

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