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Tecnotion is the global authority on direct drive motor technology. We specialize solely in the development and production of linear and torque motors. Because of this, our expertise, customer service and product quality are unmatched. Direct drive motors can be used in a wide range of production processes and are especially useful for the semiconductor, electronics, lcd, automotive and robotics industries, as well as providing solutions for printing and cutting various materials. Our highly skilled sales and application engineers are at your disposal. Our engineers will help from your initial prototype all the way to the application of our products and beyond.We have a global presence, with production plants in the Netherlands and China and local representation around the world. This ensures short delivery times and high quality support. Whatever your needs are, you can count on Tecnotion as a reliable partner.

Tech Papers

What is Commutation?

POSTED: 07/12/2017

WHAT IS COMMUTATION?   INTRODUCTION What is commutation? In order to generate motion in a three-phase linear motor there must be switching between the phases to energize appropriate windings. The process of switching between the phases is called commutation. In order to create the desired movement a controller must determine which phase needs to be switched on.

How Does a Linear Motor Work?

POSTED: 06/27/2017

HOW DOES A LINEAR MOTOR WORK? Used in many industrial and (high-tech) fabrication applications, linear motors are an invaluable part for the fastest and most efficient processes. But how do linear motors work? If you were

Curved Magnet Track

POSTED: 06/27/2017

INTRODUCTION How does a linear motor move over a curved track? A seemingly complicated question with straight forward answers. Where traditionally different motion systems can be used to follow up on a linear motion, Tecnotion develops curved magnet tracks. These tracks allow more complicated curved movements using a ‘traditional’ linear coil unit. Tecnotion

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