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How do users choose the appropriate model of Belt Driven Linear Modules?

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Selection of single axis Belt Driven Linear Modules:
① The two are similar in terms of load capacity
② Requirements for repeated positioning accuracy: ≤± 0.05mm select the screw rod module, otherwise select the synchronous belt module
③ The longest stroke of the screw rod module is 2m, and the synchronous belt module is selected for more than 2-4m
④ For vertical use, the screw rod module is generally used
Screw slide is selected for those with large end load and high precision requirements On the contrary, choose the belt slide, which model can be selected according to the actual load and speed.
Generally, the screw slide is limited by the slender ratio of screw rod, and can not be used as a long stroke. The belt slide can achieve a stroke of 4000mm, which is considered as a problem of accuracy.

2. Selection of multi axis synchronous belt module: the customer can select the model according to the standard construction method in the model selection manual or provide the final load • speed • lap style to us for design, and our design will give the scheme and drawings according to the customer’s requirements.

Belt Driven Linear Modules
Belt Driven Linear Modules

Belt Driven Linear Modules from Tallman Robotics Limited for General Environment

Model NoMotor

Power(W)

Body

Width(mm)

Repeat

ability(mm)

Timing Belt  SpecsMax Load (kgs)Max Stroke (mm) at max speed (mm/s)Deceleration

ration

Rated

Thrust

Linear

guide rail

Width (mm)Lead (mm)HorizontalVertical
TMB45-CM50W45±0.0415662800mm at 3300mm/S1:11524×8.5-1
100W66430
TMB62-CM100W62±0.0415664 2000mm at 3300mm/S1:13015×12.5-1
200W1566860
400W6616120
TMB65-CM50W65±0.0415662 800mm at 3300mm/S1:11542×9.5-1
100W664 30
TMB85-CM100W84±0.04156642000mm at 3300mm/S1:13020×15.5-1
200W668 60
400W6616120
 

 

TMB100-CM

 

 

 

200W

 

 

 

104

 

 

 

±0.04

 

 

 

25

45223500mm at 2250mm/S1:21015×12.5-2
9010 3500mm at 4500mm/S1:120
400W45403500mm at 2250mm/S1:222
9020 3500mm at 4500mm/S1:140
 

 

TMB135-CM

 

 

200W

 

 

135

 

 

±0.04

 

 

25

4522/423500mm at 2250mm/S1:280/18215×12.5-2
9010/21 3500mm at 4500mm/S1:145/91
400W4522/423500mm at 2250mm/S1:280/182
9010/21 3500mm at 4500mm/S1:145/91
 

 

 

TMB150-CM

 

 

400W

 

 

 

150

 

 

 

±0.04

 

 

 

40

4542/753500mm at 2250mm/S1:2182/32615×12.5-2
9021/35 3500mm at 4500mm/S1:191/163
750W4542/753500mm at 2250mm/S1:2182/326
9021/35 3500mm at 4500mm/S1:191/163
 

 

 

TMB170-CM

 

 

400W

 

 

 

170

 

 

 

±0.04

 

 

 

40

4542/753500mm at 2250mm/S1:2182/32620×15.5-2
9021/35 3500mm at 4500mm/S1:191/163
750W4542/753500mm at 2250mm/S1:2182/326
9021/35 3500mm at 4500mm/S1:191/163
TMSL220-CM750W220±0.044045753500mm at 2250mm/S1:232623×18-2
9035 3500mm at 4500mm/S1:1163

Belt Driven Linear Modules: Pros and Cons

Introduction
Belt driven linear modules are a type of linear actuator used in various manufacturing and production applications. There are many advantages to using a belt type linear module over other types of actuators, such as hydraulic or pneumatic cylinders. However, there are also some disadvantages that should be considered before deciding if a belt driven linear module is the best option for your application.
At Tallman Robotics, we have over 25 years of experience in the design and manufacture of belt driven linear modules. We have a wealth of knowledge about the pros and cons of using this type of actuator, which we have compiled into this blog post. We hope you find it informative and helpful in your decision-making process!

What is a Belt Driven Linear Module?

A belt driven linear module is a type of linear actuator that uses a belt drive system to translate a rotary motion into a linear motion. The belt drive system consists of two sprockets, one motor-driven and the other connected to the moving part, connected by a continuous belt. As the motor-driven sprocket rotates, the belt pulls the non-motor sprocket, in turn causing the moving part to move along the length of the belt. Belt driven linear modules are modular in design and are typically made up of multiple components, such as the motor, belt, sprockets, guide rails, bearing blocks, and brake.

Advantages of Belt Linear Modules One of the main advantages of belt driven linear modules is their high performance and dependability. The belt drive module is a highly efficient system and is capable of high speeds and excellent control. In addition, the belt is relatively quiet, allowing for noise reduction and a smoother operation. Additionally, as the belt is made of a synthetic material it is resistant to dirt, rust and oil which can contribute to a longer lifetime of the belt drive system. Another benefit of using a belt driven linear module is its versatility. The system is easy to setup and configure and there are many types and sizes of pulleys and belts available, allowing for adaptation to a range of applications. The flexibility of a belt drive system also allows for exact positioning of the moving part, ideal for precision manufacturing and automation tasks.

Disadvantages of Belt Linear Modules Although there are many advantages to using a belt driven linear module, there are some disadvantages worth considering. One major disadvantage is the cost of the system – typically belt driven linear modules are more expensive than other types of linear actuators. In addition, the belt and pulleys require periodic maintenance to ensure smooth and efficient operation and this adds to the costs of using a belt drive system. Another potential disadvantage of a belt driven linear module is its size. Typically the system requires two separate rails, one for the motor and one for the moving part, making it difficult to install in tight spaces. Furthermore, the dual rail system can add to the overall installation and manufacturing costs.

Why Choose a Belt Driven Linear Module?

Overall, if you are looking for a reliable, efficient and cost effective solution for your automation or production tasks then a belt driven linear module is worth considering. The modular design and range of sizes and components make them easily adaptable to many applications and they offer great performance, precision and control. Additionally, they are relatively low maintenance, meaning they require less time and money to keep running effectively.

Conclusion

Understanding the pros and cons of using a belt linear module can help you determine if it is the best option for your application. At Tallman Robotics, we have decades of experience in the design and manufacture of belt driven linear modules and we are here to help. If you would like to discuss how a belt driven linear module can benefit your project, please contact us today. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

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