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Originally Posted by phantomcow2
I am told its different from a servo or stepper motor, and allows for high speeds. CAn somebody explain, what IS it?
Most electric motors are rotary meaning that well, they're used to provide a rotational force. A linear motor is simply a motor that provides direct translational force. Think of something like a railgun.