Archive for the ‘Robot – Gantry’ Category

Motion Control – Single Rail Positioning Stage H Gantry from H2W Technologies.

Santa Clarita, CA —– H2W Technologies’ latest single rail positioning stage H-gantry design is an open frame XY positioning system. It has two bottom parallel axes with one cross axis connecting the two (H-gantry). Each linear axis uses H2W’s brushless linear motors (BLDM-B04), and each has a total stroke length of 25.67 in [652 mm]; […]

Motion Control – New 300 mm x 300 mm Open Aperture XY Gantry Robot from Intellidrives!

Intellidrives’ Precision BEMA45 Open Aperture Gantry Robot features 50 micron repeatability!   Philadelphia, PA, — Motion Control Components and Systems – The new 300 mm x 300 mm (11.811 in. x 11.811in.) open aperture BEMA45 gantry robot from Intellidrives supports tooling, testing, scanning, and vision systems up to 15kg (33.07 lbs). The 75 mm/rev (2.953 […]

Motion Control – Large Area Travel XYZ Gantry Systems from Intellidrives!

  Philadelphia, PA, — Motion Control Components – IntelLIDrives new Syncronized XY and XYZ BEMA Series Gantries are offered in travel length from 300 x 300 mm to 3,000 x 3,0000 mm. Constructed using a rigid, light weight frame, and linear guides, the precision, low cost BEMA Series features: Repeatability of ± 50µ, and accuracies […]

Motion Control Four Axis Robots Available from Moticont!

Van Nuys, CA – Motion Control four-axis positioning systems are offered utilizing any of our two-axis systems like GXY-280-280-01 or GXY-280-280-02 along with our voice coil motor driven LMA series or lead screw driven LA Series linear and/or variety of rotary actuators. The Multi-Axis Positioning System is designed to allow direct coupling between the load […]

XY Gantry Robot with Theta-Control from Intellidrives!

Philadelphia, PA, — Motion Control Components and Systems – Repeatability and accuracy are essential characteristics of any motion control system, and the objective of the design is to assure the desired trajectories can accurately follow through the working range of the system. In traditional XY gantry designs upper gantry member (Y axis) is carried by […]

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