Ready-to-mount Linear Motion Systems

Designed for a wide range of applications running from materials handling technology to light-duty machining jobs in the aluminium, wood and plastics sectors.

Rexroth offers its ready-to-mount Linear Motion Systems with a variety of drive configurations and control systems.

Benefits:

  • A complete range of products for use in virtually any application
  • Linear motion systems with all market-specific drive variants
  • Ready-to-mount, supplied with motor and controller combinations, plus positioning control and sensor systems
  • Universal configuration of multi-axle combinations, with adaptation of Bosch profile modules
  • High proficiency thanks to the use of components produced in-house
  • Onsite servicing available worldwide from selected sales support offices equipped with assembler know-how
  • Precision and compact modules are of particularly slimline design and reduced height

Linear Motion Slides

The ready-to-mount linear motion slides from Rexroth are each comprised of two linear bushings and shafts, a matching carriage, and end plates for fast and easy fixing to the substructure.


Linear Modules

Linear modules are linear axes which are put together from many different mechanical, electronic and electrotechnical components. Depending on the type, the linear modules are driven by ball screws, toothed belts, pneumatic systems, gear rack drives or linear motors.


Omega Modules

Unlike conventional modules, the drive for the omega module is located on the table part, mounted in a stationary position.

The main body can traverse freely and is therefore ideal for longer strokes in the vertical and horizontal directions.

The module gets its name based on the omega contour of the belt drive around the drive gear. The table part is guided by ball rail systems.


Compact Modules

The ready-to-install Compact Modules from Rexroth cover the entire medium and upper range for assembly and handling systems. The linear axes are driven optionally by ball screw, toothed belt or direct linear drive and feature high dynamics, load capacities and rigidities.


Precision Modules

The combination of rail system and ball screw in a compact main body results in efficient linear modules with very small dimensions yet high performance. The miniaturized PSK systems meet demands for speed and precision on modern production machines.


Bridge Modules

Bridge modules are useful supplements to the wide range of linear motion systems. They are ideally suited to serve as single axes for spanning large distances. Depending on the type, the bridge modules are driven by ball screw or toothed belt.


Feed Modules

The feed modules from Rexroth are suitable for use in handling applications as vertical axes or actuators. The low dead weight needing to be moved by these complete linear units means that they require less drive power and can perform extremely precise, infinitely variable positioning tasks.


Electrically driven Mini Slide MSC-EL

The ready-to-install, electrically driven MSC-EL Mini Slides from Rexroth was developed for the automated handling of small parts, in particular also in conjunction with rotary modules and mechanical grippers.

It is also integrated in the building system for handling solutions Easy-Handling.


Ball Rail Tables

The TKK and TKL ball rail tables from Rexroth are ready-to-install solutions for linear motion tasks with exacting requirements on rigidity.


Electromechanical Actuators

The series of electromechanical actuators with screw drives from Rexroth enables high feed speeds even with heavy loads.

All important components come from Rexroth's service-proven range of standard products, including servo motors with various performance profiles.


Drive Units with Ball Screw

With its AOK, AGK and FAR drive units, Rexroth offers ready-to-install solutions with a driven screw and stationary nut or with a stationary screw and driven nut which meet all the expectations of a classical ball screw in a single unit.


Controls, Motors

Rexroth offers different controls and motors to match its linear motion systems. Control and motor are coordinated to produce ideal interface solutions without the user needing to get involved.