As true power packages, torque motors today are mostly
used as drives for round tables and swivelling axes of
machining centres providing competitive advantages.
In addition applications can be found in turning, injection
mould and wood-processing machines as well as robotics.
Linear movement sometimes are
facilitated by torque motors. An example
for this is the lift technology where the
pull rope is wound around a drum winder.
This winder can be an outer rotor of a
torque motor saving a lot of space and effort.
But not only in classic tool machining applications
are torque motors used. In automotive
manufacturing the torque motor is offered
as an ideal drive e. g. in connection with
fuel cells or accumulators.