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Industrial Robotics

More freedom for robotics

Industrial robots are used for manufacturing end products and components. They are automated, programmable and capable of motion on three or more axes. All of this must be accomplished with high endurance, speed, and precision. 

Industrial robots must consistently carry out highly dynamic and automated motion sequences at a consistently high level of precision. Especially now in the digital age of Industry 4.0, the requirements placed on customized and flexible robotic systems with ever expanding work areas are a high priority. Nook modular actuators are specifically designed for this purpose.

Synchronization and the perfect transition from one work step to the other are required for robotic applications. Nook linear motion systems provide robotic applications with the required freedom of movement to deliver highly productive performance.

The advantage for you: Better productivity in the workflow because more assembly and handling time is available. 


Robots on Rails

Nook linear motion systems deliver robotic performance on the seventh axis using toothed belt drives with the durability and positioning precision necessary for this application. Our modular construction offers a broad solution space, allowing the linear axes to easily adapt to the robot and the production environment. We deliver precision, load capacity, drive stiffness and, above all, operating reliability.




Industrial Robot Categories Include

•    Cartesian robots
•    Gantry robots
•    SCARA robots
•    Articulated arm robots
•    Human-assist robots

Advantages Include

  • Low noise, low vibration, and low maintenance
  • Long travelling distances
  • Speeds up to 8 m/s and acceleration up to 10 m/s²
  • Space saving compact design
  • Long service life and high load capacity
  • High drive stiffness
  • Low weight
  • Aluminum profile with hardened and anodized surface
  • Resistant to environmental influences (dust or abrasive materials)

Learn More about Robotic Applications

Selecting Linear Actuators for Robotics