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Linear PCB Actuator

An Open Source Linear PCB Actuator

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Inspired from my pcb motor project (https://hackaday.io/project/39494-pcb-motor), this project is aimed to make a very thin low-torque linear pcb actuator. 

The coils of this motors are made from 5/5mil coreless pcb windings. A 3d-printed rig with magnets is used to slide across the pcb and is actuated by the winding's magnetic field. 

 All design files for this project are also open source.

Thank you oshpark.com for supporting this project.

  • PCB Design

    Carl Bugeja7 days ago 0 comments

    For this project i decided to used 5/5mil traces for the windings on 4-layers, adding to around 140 turns. This design choice makes the coils much bigger than the ones I used for my micro PCB motor (https://hackaday.io/project/39494-pcb-motor) which had 4/4mil traces and around 40 turns.

    The bellow 26.7 x 258.2 mm 4-layer pcb with the 12 coils was designed. Thank you oshpark.com for supporting this project.

  • Concept

    Carl Bugeja7 days ago 0 comments

    The last few weeks I've been thinking about designing a very thin low-torque linear actuator that using pcb trace windings similar my pcb motor project (https://hackaday.io/project/39494-pcb-motor).

    My idea is to have 12 vertical coils and alternate their magnetic field and actuate a magnetic rig and slide across the pcb.

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