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High Load-Lifting Positioner
Dec 2015
attocube systems AGRequest Info
MUNICH, Dec. 8, 2015 — High Load-Lifting PositionerAttocube Systems AG has announced the ECS Lift for positioning applications with high load-lifting requirements.

Users can choose between dedicated high-load versions with dynamic forces up to 7 N and a retrofit upgrade kit which enables spring-assisted lifting of more than 1.8 kg.

The ECS Lift is available in two sizes and can be retrofitted to an XYZ positioner setup of Attocube's Industrial Line drive series. The standard package comes with three force options, allowing for high load-lifting under ambient conditions and in high vacuum.


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