The rotary cylinder is a tightly-assembled accessory that uses hydraulic pressure to collect very high torque in a small space. Despite their high dynamics, they can still be precisely and easily controlled. The linear hydraulic cylinder is the thrust hydraulic cylinder. So what's the difference between a rotary cylinder and a linear cylinder? The difference between the two is that the rotary cylinder is a mechanism that converts hydraulic energy into rotating mechanical energy, and the linear cylinder is a mechanism that converts hydraulic energy into linear mechanical energy. The former mostly converts the linear movement of the piston into a rotary movement through multiple helical gears. The longer the linear movement of the piston, the larger the rotary movement. Therefore, it is also called a swing motor, which is divided into single blade and double blade, single blade The swing angle is less than 360 degrees, and the double-blade swing angle is less than 180 degrees. The latter is the theoretical fluid force acting on the area of the piston. The above is the difference between a rotary oil cylinder and a linear hydraulic cylinder. In fact, the difference between the two is not very large. They are all machines that convert hydraulic energy into mechanical energy, but they are different in the way they are converted.
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