Modular Linear Actuators
Unlimited possible combinations. Customized solutions for a range of drive types and guides.
Nook Modular Linear Actuators are flexible positioning systems made of self-supporting and wear resistant aluminum profiles. Modular linear actuators can be used as a single axis solution or assembled for a multitude of gantry XY and XYZ positioning duties including inspection, pick-and-place, assembly, or dispensing applications.
Used in processes from simple positioning tasks to highly complex multi-axis systems.
Over 35 models in several sizes to meet a variety of guidance, load, and speed requirements for precision applications.
Fully assembled with either roller bearing, profile rail or V-groove guidance and belt, ball screw, acme screw or rack and pinion drive. Matched non-driven models are available for system guidance requirements.
- Excellent positioning accuracy
- Long service life and reliability
- High drive stiffness
- Smooth and quiet motion
- High load capacity
- Excellent efficiency
- High speeds/fast acceleration
- Long strokes
- Clean room/Explosion proof
- Temp. -25°C to +75°C
- Low maintenance/low wear
- Low breakaway/drive torque
Unlimited Possibilities for Automation
Used as a single axis solution or assembled for a multitude of gantry XY and XYZ positioning duties including inspection, pick-and-place, assembly, or dispensing applications.
Modular Actuator Accessories
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