linear motion


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lin·e·ar mo·tion

(lin'ē-ăr mō'shŭn)
Movement in which all parts of a system move in the same direction at the same speed.
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High-speed linear motion up to 3 m/sec can be achieved.
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A linear actuator can be used to convert this rotational motion into linear motion.
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