Single-Axis Selection: Ball Screws, Planetary Reducers, and Servo Motors for Horizontal Movement

Achieving precise and efficient horizontal movement in machinery and automation systems often requires careful selection of essential components. Among the critical components are ball screws, planetary reducers, and servo motors, which work together to ensure smooth and accurate motion. In this article, we will explore the principles behind selecting the right ball screw, planetary reducer, … Read more

Telescopic Rails in Machining

Telescopic linear guides are a type of mechanical linear motion system used to support and guide linear motion in a wide range of applications. They consist of a set of nested rails that slide within one another to extend and retract like a telescope. This allows them to provide smooth and precise linear motion with a high degree of rigidity and accuracy.

Telescopic linear guides are commonly used in applications where space is limited and precise linear motion is required. Some examples include:

Industrial machinery: Telescopic linear guides can be used in various types of industrial machinery, including assembly lines, robotic arms, and machine tools.

Automotive industry: They are used in car seats, sunroofs, and other moving parts in vehicles.

Aerospace industry: They are used in the landing gears, wing flaps, and other mechanical systems in aircraft.

Medical equipment: Telescopic linear guides can be found in various types of medical equipment, such as hospital beds, surgical tables, and imaging equipment.

Here are some examples for telescopic rails in machine manufacturing area:

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Progressive Lubrication Systems

Progressive lubrication systems are used in machine industry to deliver precise amounts of lubricant to different points in a machine. These systems consist of a central pump that supplies lubricant to a series of feed lines, which in turn feed individual lubrication points.

Here’s how the progressive lubrication system works:

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What is the shock absorber and used for?

In the machine industry, a shock absorber is a device designed to reduce the impact of shocks and vibrations caused by sudden stops, starts, or changes in direction. The shock absorber typically consists of a piston and a cylinder filled with a hydraulic fluid. When a shock or vibration occurs, the piston moves in the cylinder and compresses the hydraulic fluid, which absorbs the kinetic energy of the shock.

The hydraulic fluid is forced through small orifices in the piston, which creates a damping effect and slows down the motion of the piston. This damping effect helps to reduce the amplitude and frequency of the vibration, which in turn helps to reduce the stress and wear on the machine and its components.

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