A multi-axis XZ linear stage is an electromechanical motion equipment that enables the controlled movement of objects in both X and Z directions. It consists of two linear stages, one moving along the X-axis and the other along the Z-axis. These stages are typically mounted on top of each other and can be moved independently or simultaneously.
Multi-axis XZ linear stages are commonly used in industrial automation and manufacturing for precise positioning and movement control of workpieces and tools. They can be driven by stepper motors, servo motors or piezoelectric actuators and carry loads ranging from a few ounces to several hundred pounds.
In this project, the customer from Indonisia comes with the technical data as follows:
x – 1300mm：
y – ?mm
z – 800mm
Speed – max 300mm/s
Payload – 0.5kg:
Positioning repeatability – ?mm: not specific
Application environment: waterdrop environment
We study and reply as follows:
This is for production and processing. There is liquid in the running video. It is most suitable to use the fully-closed module of the organ-cover structure. But because the organ cover will take up part of the stroke, if you choose the organ cover module, it will be much longer than the semi-closed module you are using now.
Now I will give the model and quotation according to the semi-closed module provided in your video.
Finally we select our medel combination as follows:
X-axis: TMS135-L10S1300-DT400-C2U-NCM-P7-FB (2510 screw rod)
400W Delta servo motor (ECMA-C20604RS) +400W Delta drive(ASD-B2-0421-B)+3 metes high quality soft cable:
Z axis: TMS62-L10S800-DT400B-C2U-NCM-P7
400W Delta servo motor (ECMA-C20604SS) +400W Delta drive(ASD-B2-0421-B)+3 metes high quality soft cable:
Two-axis connector: including connecting plate, stiffener, tank chain and supporting plate
This new axis system will replace the old system as follows:
Multi Axis XZ Linear Stage is a device that enables precise and controlled movement in both X and Z directions. It consists of two separate linear stages mounted on top of each other, with one moving along the X-axis and the other moving along the Z-axis. These stages can be moved independently or simultaneously depending on the requirements of the application. They are commonly used in industrial automation and manufacturing for precise positioning and movement control of workpieces and tools.
Multi-axis XZ linear stages are capable of carrying loads ranging from a few ounces to several hundred pounds, and can be driven by various types of motors, including stepper motors, servo motors or piezoelectric actuators.
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