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The HXP200 series of hexapods from Newport Corp. can position loads up to 50 kg on six axes with precision, speed and accuracy.

The HXP200 features a ±59-mm travel range, an 81-mm/s speed and excellent stiffness and stability. The HXP200S is a wider and stiffer version of the HXP200, capable of handling loads up to 85 kg. The HXP200 is ideal for complex motion applications in alignment and bonding, material analysis or sensor calibration and simulation. It can also be used in many other applications that require high-precision motion with six degrees of freedom such as work-piece positioning in automotive manufacturing and movement of large telescope mirrors.

The HXP200 comes with dedicated software that makes programming of complex motion simple through automatic calculation of all coordinate transformations. All HXP hexapods feature two software-defined virtual centers of rotation as well as RightPath trajectory control for minimal runout along a continuous multi-dimensional motion path.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2017

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