Linear modules

Linear modules

As the basis for our linear modules, we use the comprehensive linear technology modular system from RK Rose+Krieger

Moving and positioning

Regardless of whether it's for a simple manual override for a format adjustment, an occasional height adjustment for an assembly workstation, a highly dynamic pick & place application or a complex multi-axis system for multiple-shift operation, the areas of application for linear technology are almost limitless. Selecting and engineering the right components for this purpose is a major challenge.
RK Antriebs- und Handhabungs-Technik can look back on a wealth of experience in linear technology and will be happy to help you with the implementation of your system solution.
For this purpose, we are happy to call upon the RK Rose+Krieger set of components of our parent company in Minden. We select the ideal product from a broad range and adapt it to your requirements as necessary.
In the process, you receive everything from a single source as required – consultation, conceptualisation, engineering, construction and installation of the complete system.

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RK linear technology

Linear units, lifting columns and electric cylinders – available in a wide range of performance classes

Whether guiding, adjusting, positioning or moving uniformly – the demands on linear motion sequences are as varied as the available solutions. The linear technology comprises a broad range of linear units: from single or twin-tube units for simple manual operation and occasional use to automatic profile axes for frequent movement and highly dynamic positioning systems for constant use.

The linear technology range also includes electrical lifting columns for height adjustment on work benches, control stations, devices and medical equipment.

Electric cylinders in various sizes and designs, as an alternative to pneumatic cylinders, round off the linear technology range.


RK linear units can be combined to form multi-axis systems:

Beispiele für Mehrachsysteme

Examples of multi-axis systems