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Screw Drive Modules for Clean Environment from Tallman Robotics Limited are presented with Yintai PMI screw rod C7  line rail, repetition accuracy + – 0.01, used in clean environment。 Clean room is also called clean workshop. It is the basis of pollution control. Control the concentration of aerosols in the air in order to achieve an appropriate particle cleaning level. Clean room refers to a special design to remove particulate matter, harmful air, bacteria and other pollutants in the air in a certain space, and control indoor temperature, cleanliness, indoor pressure, wind speed and airflow distribution, noise, vibration, lighting, static electricity and other special designs within a certain range of requirements.

Screw Driven Modules

Screw Driven Modules

Screw Driven Modules

Basic Technical Parameters of Screw Drive Modules for Clean Environment:

Model No.Motor

Power

(W)

 

Body  Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw Rod (C7)Max Load (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed  Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke.  If this speed is exceeded, Linear modules may have serious resonance.
Dia

(mm)

Lead

(mm)

HorizontalVertical5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
TMS30-CR30W30±0.01814150504540
230.81001009080
Model No.

Motor

Power

(W)

 

Body Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw  Rod (C7)

Max Load (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed  Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke. If this speed is exceeded, Linear modules may have serious resonance.

Dia

(mm)

Lead

(mm)

HorizontalVerticalStroke 5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
 

TMS45-DR

50W

 

45

±0.01

12

5

51.5250250225200175150

10

2.5

1

500

500450400350300

100W

±0.01

5

10

3

250

250225200175150
1051.5

500

500450400350300
Model No.Motor

Power (W)

 

Body Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw  Rod (C7)

MaxLoad (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed  Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke. If this speed is exceeded, Linear modules may have serious resonance.
Dia

(mm)

Lead

(mm)

HorizontalVerticalStroke 5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
 

 

 

 

 

TMS62-CR

200W

 

 

62

 

 

±0.01

 

 

16

52012250250225200175150125100

10

2010500500450400350300250200

16

208

800

800720640560480400320

20

202

1000

1000900800700600500400
3212

1600

1600144012801120960800640
400W 

 

62

 

 

±0.01

16

5

2012250250225200175150125100

10

2012

500

500450400350300250200

16

2012

800

800720640560480400320

20

204

1000

1000900800700600500400
3218

1600

1600144012801120960800640
Model No.Motor

Power (W)

 

Body Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw Rod (C7)Max Load (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed  Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke.  If this speed is exceeded, Linear modules may have serious resonance.
Dia

(mm)

Lead

(mm)

HorizontalVertical5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
TMS65-CR50W65±0.0112515250250225200175150
107.52.5500500450400350300
TMS65-CR100W65±0.011253010250250225200175150
10155500500450400350300

Model No.

Motor

Power

(W)

 

Body Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw  Rod (C7)

Max  Load (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed  Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke.If this speed is exceeded, Linear modules may have serious resonance.
Dia

(mm)

Lead

(mm)

HorizontalVertical5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
TMS85-CR200W84±0.011655012250250225
105010500500450
16308800800720
2025510001000900
3214160016001440
400W84±0.011655015250

250

225
105012500

500

450
165012800

800

720
2050810001000900
3220160016001440
Model No.Motor

Power

(W)

 

Body Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw  Rod (C7)

MaxLoad (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed  Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke.  If this speed is exceeded,Linear modules may have serious resonance.
Dia

(mm)

Lead

(mm)

HorizontalVertical5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
TMS100-CR

 

200W

104

±0.0116

5

6515

250

250225200175150125100

10

4510

500

500450400350300250200

16

306

800

800720640560480400320

20

205

1000

1000900800700600500400

32

12

1600

1600144012801120960800640
400W

104

±0.0116

5

65

25

250

250225200175150125100

10

6515500500450400350300250200

16

5010

800

800720640560480400320

20

358

1000

1000900640560480400320
3220

1600

1600144012801120960800640
Model No.Motor 

Power

(W)

 

Body Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw  Rod (C7)

Max Load (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed     Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke. If this speed is exceeded, Linear modules may have serious resonance.
Dia

(mm)

Lead

(mm)

HorizontalVertical5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
TMS135-CR

 

200W135±0.0116/20

(S>750)

59527250250225225200200175175150150
107518500500450450400400350350300300
16447800800720640560480400320
2035610001000900900800800700700600600
321316001600144012801120960800640
40102000200018001800160016001400140012001200
400W135±0.0116/20

(S>750)

511035250250225225200200175175150150
1011025500500450450400400350350300300
166818800800720640560480400320
20501410001000900900800800700700600600
3230816001600144012801120960800640700
40152000200018001800160016001400140012001200
Model No.Motor 

Power

(W)

 

Body Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw  Rod (C7)

Max Load (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed    Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke. If this speed is exceeded, Linear modules may have serious resonance.
Dia (mm)Lead  (mm)HorizontalVertical5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
TMS150-CR

 

400W150±0.0120/25

(S>850)

510035250250225225200200175175150150125125100100
108025500500450450400400350350300300250250200200
20601410001000900900800800700700600600
254810125012501125112510001000875875750750625625500500
40302000200018001800160016001400140012001200
750W150±0.0120/25

(S>850)

512045250250225225200200175175150150125125100100
1012035500500450450400400350350300300250250200200
20902010001000900900800800700700600600
258015125012501125112510001000875875750750625625500500
40502000200018001800160016001400140012001200
Model No.Motor

Power (W)

 

Body Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw Rod (C7)Max Load (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed  Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke.  If this speed is exceeded, Linear modules may have serious resonance.
Dia

(mm)

Lead

(mm)

HorizontalVertical5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
TMS170-CR400W170±0.0120/25

(S>850)

512040250250225225200200175175150150125125100100
1011030500500450450400400350350300300250250200200
20751410001000900900800800700700600600
256010125012501125112510001000875875750750625625500500
403572000200018001800160016001400140012001200
5028525002500225022502000200017501750150015001250125010001000
TMS170-CR750W170±0.0120/25

(S>850)

513050250250225225200200175175150150125125100100
1012040500500450450400400350350300300250250200200
201202010001000900900800800700700600600
2510015125012501125112510001000875875750750625625500500
4070102000200018001800160016001400140012001200
5045825002500225022502000200017501750150015001250125010001000
Model No.Motor

Power

(W)

 

Body Width

(mm)

Repeatability

(mm)

Screw Rod (C7)Max Load (kgs)

 

Max

Speed

(mm/s)

Standard Stroke and Max Speed  Note 3: the black number in the standard stroke represents the maximum safe speed that can be used in the stroke.  If this speed is exceeded, Linear modules may have serious resonance.
Dia

(mm)

Lead

(mm)

HorizontalVertical5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
TMS220-CR750W220±0.0125515055250250225225200200175175150150125125100100
1015045500500450450400400350350300300250250200200
2512020125012501125112510001000875875750750625625500500
505082500250018001800160016001400140012001200100010001000800

Linear module(Screw Driven Modules) is a linear motion device connected with the motor, which is composed of linear guide rail, ball screw or synchronous belt and aluminum profile. Screw Drive Modules can cooperate with mechanical claw and air claw to complete various actions. The high rigidity of aluminum body, ball screw and linear guide rail can realize the advantages of high precision, high speed, modularization and standardization. It is easy to operate, install and eliminate the needs of customers to design and manufacture linear motion. Specific institutional aspects. Linear module or Screw Drive Modules can also be freely combined into a two-axis (XY table) or three-axis (XYZ) system to achieve complex motion requirements. It is widely used in the field of industrial automation.

Screw Driven Modules – Choose The Right One For Your Application

Introduction
Tallman Robotics,  specializes in the design and manufacture of screw driven modules. These modules are used in a variety of industries and applications. With so many different types of screw driven modules on the market, it can be difficult to know which one is right for your application.
Tallman Robotics,  offers a wide range of screw driven modules, including linear actuators, rotary actuators, and lead screw modules. Each type of screw driven module has its own unique benefits and features. In order to choose the right module for your application, it is important to understand the differences between the different types of modules.
This article will provide an overview of the different types of screw driven modules and their features. It will also explain how to choose the right screw module for your application.

What is a screw driven module?

A screw driven module is a mechanical device that uses a motor-driven screw shaft to produce linear or rotary motion. The motor is connected to the screw shaft, which is then connected to a sliding nut or rotor. This nut or rotor is mounted onto a bearing or a rail, which allows the shaft to slide in a linear or rotary motion. Screw driven modules are used in a wide range of applications, from medical devices, industrial robots, and 3D printing. Screw driven modules are often referred to as leadscrews or ballscrews. Leadscrews use a threaded rod and nut to transfer motion, while ballscrews use a series of threaded balls to provide motion. Both types of screws can be used with a variety of different motors and can produce both linear and rotary motion.

How do screw driven modules work?

Screw driven modules work by transferring force from a motor to a threaded shaft. The motor rotates the screw shaft, and the threaded shaft slides in a linear or rotary motion, depending on the type of screw used. This motion is transferred to the nut or rotor which is attached to the shaft. The nut or rotor is then mounted onto a rail or bearing, and this provides the motion for the application. The speed and torque of the motion is determined by the motor, the type of screw used, and the mounting configuration. Motor type, shaft diameter, lead, and nut type all have an impact on the speed and torque of the motion. Leadscrews, for example, have a higher efficiency and higher torque than ballscrews, but are also slower and more expensive.

When should you use screw driven modules?

Screw driven modules are used in a wide range of applications, from medical devices and industrial robots to 3D printing. The type of screw driven module that is best suited to a particular application depends on the speed and torque requirements of the application. Leadscrews are well-suited for applications that require high torque but low speed. These include industrial robots, machine presses, and automated assembly machines. On the other hand, ballscrews are better at applications that require high speed but low torque, such as 3D printing and medical devices.

What are the benefits of using screw drive modules?

Screw driven modules offer a number of advantages over other motion control solutions. The main advantages of using a screw driven module are accuracy, efficiency, repeatability, and cost. Accuracy – Screw driven modules are accurate, repeatable, and reliable. The accuracy of a screw driven module is dependent on its lead accuracy, and most screws come with an accuracy of +/- 0.001 inches or better. Efficiency – Screw driven modules offer a high degree of efficiency. The motor and screw system have a low overall power consumption, and the travel speed and acceleration can be easily adjusted. Repeatability – The lead screw nut and bearing system of a screw driven module provides a high level of repeatability. The threaded system will repeat the same movement every time, providing a consistent and reliable motion control system. Cost – Screw driven modules are relatively inexpensive compared to other motion control solutions. They are also easy to install and maintain, reducing maintenance costs.

How do you choose the right screw driven module for your application?

Choosing the right screw driven modules for your application depends on a number of factors. The most important factor is the type of motion required by your application. Leadscrews are better for applications that require high torque and low speed, while ballscrews are better for applications requiring high speed and low torque. In addition, the size and type of motor used, the lead accuracy of the screw, and the mounting configuration will also affect the performance of the screw driven module. It is important to consult with a knowledgeable engineer to ensure the best possible performance for your application.

Conclusion

Screw driven modules are an integral part of many different applications, from medical devices and industrial robots to 3D printing. They offer a number of advantages over other motion control solutions, including accuracy, efficiency, repeatability, and cost. In order to choose the correct screw module for your application, it is important to understand the differences between the various types of screws and to consult with an experienced engineer to ensure the best possible performance.

 

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