FIRGELLI® - IDEAS IN MOTION
Linear Actuators are used in just about every application where you need to move or lift something electronically and even remotely. We offer Actuators for any application and industry because we have a huge range of strokes, speeds, forces and styles. Our Actuators go from 1" (Inch) strokes to 60" strokes with forces from 5lbs to 2,200-lbs force and voltages of 12-24vDC, giving our customers the most options and flexibility to be able to handle any application. We are able to create custom Actuators for those highly specific requirements too. Our stock is very large and we ship out the same day for orders we receive before 1 pm PST.
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This article will give you a basic understanding of how actuators work and the terminology used to describe them. When you understand the basics it will be much easier for you to select your own electric linear actuator.
This article will give you a basic understanding of how actuators work and the terminology used to describe them. When you understand the basics it...
The most common method to mount your linear actuator is to use what is called the Clevis end mounting brackets. These common mounting methods consist of mounting the Brackets at each end of the linear actuator where both ends are free to rotate and pivot around the Clevis holes on each of the the actuator.
The most common method to mount your linear actuator is to use what is called the Clevis end mounting brackets. These common mounting methods consist of mounting the Brackets at each end of the linear...
In more technical terms, an Actuator is a mechanical device that provides control, movement and positioning of objects. This can be done manually or with energy sources such as air, hydraulics, electrical current, etc.
This is a customers project from their new home in Menlo Park, California. They wanted to have a TV in their kitchen but didn’t want to have to look at it all the time. So this video and detailed instructions shows how they made their own Hidden TV Cabinet in the Kitchen.
Meet Oliver and his power wheels jeep. Oliver is the grandson of a good friend of mine. Oliver has Cerebral Palsy, but don't let him fool you, he loves to ride around in a power wheels vehicle just like every other kid. Oliver has an issue with some spastic movements which keep him from driving the jeep himself.