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Parker Industrial Products

Parker Daedal offers a complete line of industrial products including rodless actuators, belt-driven systems, and electric cylinders.

High Moment Rodless (HMR) Actuator

Parker's High Moment Rodless linear actuator series is one of the most user friendly and versatile actuator lines on the market today. With 5 different frame sizes, 2 different drive train options, multiple mounting and carriage options, and an IP54 protective cover option, along with a multitude of other customizable features the HMR was truly designed with flexibility in mind.

  • Load Capacity up to 26,600 N
  • Standard Strokes up to 6000 mm
  • Max Speed of 5 Meters / Second
  • IP54 Rated Cover Option
  • Two Drive Train Options
  • Profile Sizes from 85 mm to 240 mm

HMR FlyerHMR CatalogHMR ManualHMR Overview Video


HPLA belt drive positioners are designed to rapidly shuttle payloads to multiple locations. Various bearing options offer design flexibility for long, quiet motion at high speed. These proven performers (thousands of units in operation worldwide) serve as the primary building blocks for Parker pre-engineered gantry systems or customer designed multi-axis automation systems.

  • 9 Meter Travel
  • 1530 kg Load Capacity
  • +/- 0.2 mm repeatability
  • Sealed Roller Wheel Bearings
  • Velocity up to 5 Meters / Second
  • Steel Reinforced Timing Belt

HPLA CatalogHPLA User Guide

OSPE Series Actuators

Parker Origa System Plus (OSPE) Series electric motor-driven actuator systems are field-proven worldwide.

OSPE Actuator systems are completely modular to accommodate a broad range of application installation and performance requirements. Compact size, maximum configurability and the flexibility to select the right drive train technology for high speed and/or precise positioning applications makes the OSPE easy to integrate into any machine layout simply and neatly.

  • Belt-Driven and Screw-Driven Options
  • 3 Bore Sizes Available
  • Travel up to 3.2 Meters
  • 680 lb. Max Normal Load
  • External Bearing Options
  • 8000 km Life Rating

OSPE CatalogOSPE User Manual

ETH Series Electric Cylinders

The Parker ETH series is the next generation version of the well-known, widely used ET Series.

The ETH design offers unrivaled power density due to larger screw and bearing designs in smaller packages. The result is a product that offers increased force output from a given frame size or increased product life at the same force output.

The ETH is a user-friendly design offered in a diversified range of configurations in order to meet specific application requirements.

  • 5 Frame Sizes
  • Oversized ball screw and thrust bearings
  • 114,000 Newton Max Thrust
  • 1.7 Meter / Second Max Speed
  • 2 Meter Maximum Stroke
  • 100% Duty Cycle

ETH BrochureETH100 & ETH125 BrochureETH Manual

ETT Series Tubular Linear Motor

The ETT is a direct thrust linear motor actuator that is ideally suited to all kinds of linear handling and pick and place applications. It is a cost-effective and energy-efficient alternative to pneumatic cylinders in applications that demand greater flexibility and control. The ETT's linear motion is directly generated without the need for mechanical transmission elements like ball screws, toothed belts, and gearboxes.

  • 474 Newton Peak Thrust
  • 118 Newton Continuous Thrust
  • IP67 Rated
  • 4 Meters / Second Max Speed
  • 200 Meters / Second²
  • ISO 15552:2005-12 mounting footprint

ETT CatalogETT ManualETT Video

Having trouble deciding which solution is right for your application? Let Axis New England help.

Our factory trained-engineers have years of experience in sizing and selecting mechanical systems so put our expertise to good use by contacting us today. We can walk you through each step of the process either on the phone or on-site at your facility.
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