12-Volt Linear Actuators
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Electric Linear Motion
Linear actuators are mechanical devices that provide linear motion control, as opposed to traditional rotary-type motors. They have many practical applications, such as opening and closing doors, controlling CNC machinery, automating hidden video screens, operating slide out steps and lifts, and even many robotic automation uses. Motion control systems can be designed in a myriad of ways, so depending on what needs to be moved, different motors and guides should be considered.
Linear actuators are also commonly called DC actuators or electric linear actuators. Stepper motors, solenoid valves, servo motors, and linear slides are other types of linear motion devices. Whatever type of project you’re working on, there’s a good chance an electric actuator can help improve and control it. We carry a huge assortment of linear motion products, not just 12 volt linear actuators, but also motion guide actuators, waterproof units, and much more, from quality companies like Duff-Norton, THK, Warner Linear, and many others.
For any of your automotive needs, check out our wide selection of AutoLoc products. AutoLoc makes linear actuators (12v) that are great for adding custom touches to your car and truck projects, like automatic trunk and hood openers, drop-down steps for trucks, or just about anything else you can think of. They are also manufacturers of replacement electric door lock motors.
If you are looking for waterproof motors, see our huge assortment of products from THK. THK is an industry leader, and makes dependable and precision products for any situation. Whatever your application, if you need to move it sideways, a 12 volt actuator can do it right.