The Magtor drive consists of
- a metallic core, a winding and an external metallic shell forming the elements of the fixed stator
- a double-acting linear transmission rod situated at the center of the motor following the axis of the stator, allowing the transmission of magnetic forces to the work elements
- magnetic plates (i.e. “Translators”) situated on each side of the stator, with the same diameter as the stator, connected to the transmission rod
- a single moving part comprising the two magnetic plates and the transmission rod
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