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Hexapod Motion Simulator

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PI H-860KMAGThe H-860KMAG six-axis motion simulator “shaker” hexapod by PI (Physik Instrumente) LP is suitable for high-speed motion and vibration simulation, including simulation of camera shake.

The device is driven by noncontact voice-coil linear motors and guided by frictionless flexures. Lightweight struts in combination with stiff, zero-play flexure joints provide 4 g acceleration, operating frequencies up to 100 Hz and velocity to 250 mm/s.

The six-axis hexapod motion system is based on a parallel kinematic actuator structure for six degrees of freedom. The user-defined pivot point (center of rotation) can be changed on the fly with one software command. Predefined trajectories, curves and freely definable paths can be tracked with the included software.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2015

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