Deutsch: Bewegung / Español: Movimiento / Français: Motion

Motion may refer to any movement or change in position or time

"Motion" in an industrial context refers to the movement or activity of a machine or system. It encompasses a wide range of applications and technologies that control the movement of products and materials in various manufacturing and production processes. Some common examples include:

  1. Conveyors: Used to move materials, goods, and products along a production line.
  2. Robotics: Used to automate repetitive tasks, such as assembly, packaging, and material handling.
  3. Actuators: Used to control the movement of mechanical components, such as valves, pumps, and motors.
  4. Mechanisms: Used to transmit force and motion, such as gears, cams, and levers.
  5. Pneumatic and hydraulic systems: Used to control and power various types of machinery through the use of compressed air or liquid.
  6. Servo motors: Used to precisely control the speed, position, and orientation of a machine component.
  7. Ball screws: Used to convert rotary motion into linear motion and vice versa.
  8. Linear motion guides: Used to provide precise linear motion and support for machine components.
  9. Cam followers: Used to convert rotary motion into linear motion or to transfer motion from one axis to another.
  10. Linkages: Used to transmit force and motion from one component to another in machines and mechanical systems.

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