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Synonyms for actuate

Synonyms for actuate

to arouse to action or put in motion

to set or keep going

Synonyms for actuate

give an incentive for action

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The report focuses on global major leading industry players of Actuator market providing information such as company profiles, product picture and specification, capacity, production, price, cost, revenue and contact information.
Therefore, Noliac provides a list of options that can be applied to the actuators to ensure a perfect match for specific applications:
A hand-held setting tool with Bluetooth wireless technology also enables the data from the actuators to be transferred to a PC for analysis using Rotork Insight2 diagnostic software.
To measure the effect on the improvement of the grab force by thermally treated preshaping, the gripper using flat-shaped and unheated IPMC actuators was fabricated.
There are three main nonlinearities in simulation model: solenoid valve nonlinearity, muscle nonlinearity and actuator nonlinearity.
Perhaps equally important for practical purposes is that these bean-derived actuators work without adenosine triphosphate (ATP), comments Constantinos Mavroidis of Rutgers University in Piscataway, N.
Two ITC Commissioners proposed a quantitative restriction for a three-year period on imports of pedestal, actuators from China, with the restriction to be increased by 15% in each remaining year that the remedy is in effect.
Textron is the only company in the world to manufacture actuators that control the mixture of liquid oxygen and liquid hydrogen that go into the combustion chamber of a liquid-fueled rocket motor such as the main shuttle engine.
This groundbreaking technology can be applied to a broad segment of MEMS actuators.
HD Systems offers a line of miniature DC servo actuators for use in applications such as robotics, instrumentation, and factory automation where precise motion control is required.
According to the company, the twin option features dual actuators in place of the single actuator/drive shaft, enabling the DCF to handle thicker, more abrasive liquids.
Since MEMS are so small, actuators must be small, simple, and easy to make.
Dual actuators add costs and some complexity to today's basic drive.
TAK provides product designers and engineers an easy to use system that readily demonstrates the haptic capabilities and the competitive advantage of revolutionary SPS EMP Actuators.