Single-Rail Positioning Stage

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SANTA CLARITA, Calif., Sept. 7, 2017 — Single-Rail Positioning StageA single-rail positioning stage H-gantry design from H2W Technologies Inc. is an open-frame XY positioning system.

The stage features two bottom parallel axes with one cross axis. Each linear axis uses H2W’s BLDM-B04 brushless linear motors, with each featuring a total stroke length of 25.67 in., able to generate 6.2 lb of continuous force and 18.7 lb of peak force, or a combined 12.4 lb of continuous force and 37.4 lb of peak force on the bottom axis. The noncontact 1-micron resolution encoders allow for precise positioning. The moving tables are guided by a precision recirculating linear ball bearing system.

The linear axes are assembled on a single piece of aluminum extrusion, thus reducing the overall weight of the system. The top cross axis is mounted to the bottom parallel axis using rigid aluminum extrusions, 90-degree right angle gussets, and custom extrusion end plates. The system is mounted to a flat aluminum tooling plate base. There are also provisions that allow customer cables to be routed within the cable carriers. It has end-of- travel rubber bumper stops. Additional options include a home-positioning sensor, end-of- travel sensors and custom mounting holes. Single extrusion length of up to 6 m long allows for longer stroke applications.

Published: September 2017
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