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Encapsulated Hexapod Joints

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Encapsulated Hexapod JointsMKS Instruments Inc. has announced encapsulated joints for its compact, flexible HXP50 hexapod.

The newly designed joints are a significant improvement in terms of overall robustness and reliability of the HXP50 Hexapod. The elements are dynamic load-bearing points and subject to typical mechanical failure modes such as material wear, deformation, corrosion, and thermal stress.

The spherical shape of the new joints enhances rigidity while reducing material stress and deformation. The coated ceramic spherical ball joints are harder, stiffer, and corrosion free, and they feature better geometrical tolerances than conventional steel ball joints.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2019

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