Linear actuators are mechanical devices used to move items through a system. The device uses energy to develop force and motion in a linear manner, as opposed to a rotational motion in an electric motor. Linear actuators offer advantages including a simple design with minimal moving parts. They are self-contained and can achieve high speeds, and the actuator has identical behavior extending and retracting. The disadvantage to using a linear actuator is that it can only achieve a low force of...
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