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DT130-DC Rotary Stage

BioPhotonics
Dec 2013
Steinmeyer Inc.Request Info
 
The DT130-DC precision rotary stage from Steinmeyer Inc. is worm-gear driven and features a rotary encoder for applications in laser machining, precision wafer inspection, fiber optics and cell diagnostics.

The device offers positional accuracy of ±0.07°, repeatability of ±0.007°, a maximum speed of 15 rpm and a load capacity of 50 N. The stage body is made from a low-distortion aluminum alloy and includes a high-stiffness bearing set, and the drive mechanism is a DC servomotor.

The stage can be equipped with a direct reading encoder attached to the rotating stage for higher positioning accuracy, and it can be easily integrated with the company’s MT130 linear stage.


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