At this point this is the only type of actuator I make. A fold-back type has been designed, but still needs some work. For a non-captive system I would not use that anyway. It is better to have as less as possibly moving parts. The fold back type is nice if you want to make something like a Stewart platform. That way you won't have to build a support frame around the motor.
I use C3 high precision angular contact bearings for smoother motion and longer lifetime than the standard bearings. The ballscrew I use is a 20mm C7 rolled leadscrew with a 5mm lead.
High quality cnc machined finish on all parts. Visible aluminum parts are white anodized.
Actuator stroke is 50-100-150mm + 5mm. But I would suggest you go for the 150mm when using the AMC-AASD15A servo motion controller.
In the controller you can select the stroke of the actuator, this will make a 150mm actuator work exactly like a 50mm actuator. But you wil have the flexibility to use a stroke up to 150mm.
I found that 150mm is the maximum you should use for a non captive system. If you go any higher this will stress the components a lot and it wil make the platfom unstable.
Note that in order to make these work for a simulator you wil have to have a motion controller. The servomotors I use are compatible with the Sim feedback SFX-100 system and fully compatible with the AMC-AASD15A servo motion controller. I also make complete controller systems so you won't have to do any wiring yourself.
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Please contact us if you want a longer stroke or if you want a custom design. I can quite easily adapt this design to custom specifications and this will not add a lot to the cost.