Kollmorgen has been enabling innovators for over 100 years and how we do that is evident through our highly configurable products. AKM2G is the newest member of our housed servo family – watch to see what our new motor means to the Kollmorgen team and our customers.

AKM®2G represents the latest evolution of the industry leading  AKM motor product family. With average continuous torque increases of 30%, OEMs and users can achieve substantial machine performance increases without increasing the size of the motor.  The improved torque density allows a smaller motor to be used which reduces the machine footprint without sacrificing performance.
AKM2G motors are optimized for use with the Kollmorgen AKD® Servo Drive and the forthcoming AKD® 2G family of new generation servo drives, but are also capable of providing all their design benefits in conjunction with the customer’s choice of servo drives.

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