It's faster a motor or a solenoid?

Hi all, i have a question related to my project. Which is faster, a motor o a solenoid?

Thank you.

You will have to describe what you want to do. It is hard to imagine how the two could be alternatives in the same project.

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A loudspeaker is effectively an "inside out" solenoid and can oscillate at around 20kHz
A DC electric motor can run in excess of 20,000RPM
They can both do 20,000 "somethings" but there ends any comparison.
One is linear motion and the other is rotary motion, so what exactly does your question relate to.

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They are fundamentally different in operation and have different spectra of motion. Solenoids (eg speakers) can exhibit higher frequency motion (20Hz-50kHz depending on moving mass and suspension compliance, ie resonance effects) whereas a rotary motor can typically reach much higher velocities but takes longer to get there, so they can produce low frequencies only (0-5Hz).

Solenoids act linearly, motors act rotationally, they cannot be compared directly
since one does linear motion and the other rotation.

You will have to describe what you want to do. It is hard to imagine how the two could be alternatives in the same project.

@OP,
we can't help you until you answer Robin's question.