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Screw Driven Modules for General Environment from Tallman Robotics Limited are presented with Yintai PMI screw rod C7  line rail, repetition accuracy + – 0.01, used in general environment, good rigidity, installation of T-shaped nuts on the base at arbitrary spacing, ultra-low price and ultra-short delivery time. You are welcome to  https://www.youtube.com/@tallmanrobotics to watch our video centre for more projects or news , or visit our website load down e-catalogues for further technical data of our Screw Driven Modules. 

Screw Driven Modules
Screw Driven Modules

Basic Technical Parameters of Screw Driven Modules for General 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)

HorizontalVerticalStroke 5010015020025030035040045050055060065070075080085090095010001050110011501200125013001350140014501500
 

 

TMS45-CM

50W

 

 

45

±0.01

12

5

51.5250       250    225200175150              

10

2.5

1

500

       500    450400350300              

100W

±0.01

5

10

3

250

       250    225200175150              
1051.5

500

       500    450400350300              
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-CM

200W

 

 

 

62

 

 

 

±0.01

 

 

 

16

52012250         250     225200175150125100         

10

2010500         500     450400350300250200         

16

208

800

         800     720640560480400320         

20

202

1000

         1000     900800700600500400         
3212

1600

         1600     144012801120960800640         
400W 

 

 

62

 

 

 

±0.01

16

5

2012250         250     225200175150125100         

10

2012

500

         500     450400350300250200         

16

2012

800

         800     720640560480400320         

20

204

1000

         1000     900800700600500400         
3218

1600

         1600     144012801120960800640         

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-CM200W84±0.011655012250         250     225              
105010500         500     450              
16308800         800     720              
202551000         1000     900              
32141600         1600     1440              
400W84±0.011655015250         

250

     225              
105012500         

500

     450              
165012800         

800

     720              
205081000         1000     900              
32201600         1600     1440              
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-CM

 

 

200W

104

±0.0116

5

6515

250

         250     225200175150125100         

10

4510

500

         500     450400350300250200         

16

306

800

         800     720640560480400320         

20

205

1000

         1000     900800700600500400         

32

12

1600

         1600     144012801120960800640         
400W

104

±0.0116

5

65

25

250

         250     225200175150125100         

10

6515500         500     450400350300250200         

16

5010

800

         800     720640560480400320         

20

358

1000

         1000     900640560480400320         
3220

1600

         1600     144012801120960800640         
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
TMS100L-CM200W104±0.0116

5

7015

250

               225200175150125100         

10

4710

500

               450400350300250200         

16

306

800

               720640560480400320         

20

245

1000

               900800700600500400         

32

15

1600

               144012801120960800640         
TMS100L-CM400W104±0.0116

5

8025

250

               225200175150125100         

10

7015

500

               450400350300250200         

16

5010

800

               720640560480400320         

20

358

1000

               900800700600500400         

32

22

1600

               144012801120960800640         
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
TMS135S-CM200W135±0.0116/20

 

(S>750)

57017250          225      225225200200175175150150     
104712500          500      450450400400350350300300     
16306800         800     720640560480400320         
202441000          1000      900900800800700700600600     
32131600         1600     144012801120960800640         
40102000          2000      18001800160016001400140012001200     
TMS135S-CM400W135±0.0116/20

 

(S>750)

57017250          250      225225200200175175150150     
107012500          500      450450400400350350300300     
16488800         800     720640560480400320         
204561000          1000      900900800800700700600600     
32251600         1600     144012801120960800640         
40152000          2000      18001800160016001400140012001200     
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-CM

 

 

200W135±0.0116/20

 

(S>750)

59527250          250      225225200200175175150150     
107518500          500      450450400400350350300300     
16447800         800     720640560480400320         
203561000          1000      900900800800700700600600     
32131600         1600     144012801120960800640         
40102000          2000      18001800160016001400140012001200     
400W135±0.0116/20

 

(S>750)

511035250          250      225225200200175175150150     
1011025500          500      450450400400350350300300     
166818800         800     720640560480400320         
2050141000          1000      900900800800700700600600     
323081600         1600     144012801120960800640         
40152000          2000      18001800160016001400140012001200     
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-CM

 

 

400W150±0.0120/25

 

(S>850)

510035250          250       225225200200175175150150125125100100
108025500          500       450450400400350350300300250250200200
2060141000         1000       900900800800700700600600     
2548101250          1250       1125112510001000875875750750625625500500
40302000         2000       18001800160016001400140012001200     
750W150±0.0120/25

 

(S>850)

512045250          250       225225200200175175150150125125100100
1012035500          500       450450400400350350300300250250200200
2090201000         1000       900900800800700700600600     
2580151250          1250       1125112510001000875875750750625625500500
40502000         2000       18001800160016001400140012001200     
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-CM400W170±0.0120/25

 

(S>850)

512040250          250       225225200200175175150150125125100100
1011030500          500       450450400400350350300300250250200200
2075141000         1000       900900800800700700600600     
2560101250          1250       1125112510001000875875750750625625500500
403572000         2000       18001800160016001400140012001200     
502852500          2500       225022502000200017501750150015001250125010001000
TMS170-CM750W170±0.0120/25

 

(S>850)

513050250          250       225225200200175175150150125125100100
1012040500          500       450450400400350350300300250250200200
20120201000         1000       900900800800700700600600     
25100151250          1250       1125112510001000875875750750625625500500
4070102000         2000       18001800160016001400140012001200     
504582500          2500       225022502000200017501750150015001250125010001000
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-CM750W220±0.0125515055250          250       225225200200175175150150125125100100
1015045500          500       450450400400350350300300250250200200
25120201250          1250       1125112510001000875875750750625625500500
505082500          2500       18001800160016001400140012001200100010001000800

1、 Product features of Screw Driven Modules for general environment:
Screw Driven Modules features application introduction: fast acceleration, short positioning time and good dynamic performance! (precise, accurate, fast and stable)
*Precise and firm
*Can be used with single shaft
*It can be used for multi axis combination
*Modular application
*The structure is simple and can save mechanical design space
*Various installation and connection modes and accessories are available for design selection
*It can be matched with a variety of motors and motor control regulators
*Multi point positioning and multi segment control
*Selecting appropriate accessories can improve the assembly efficiency
*Meet different accuracy requirements in design
*Time saving and convenient maintenance
*Clean room grade
*Products are diversified, easy to match and choose, and special customized products can be customized.
*The motor connection can be selected according to the use space of Screw Driven Modules. 
*Magnetic / photoelectric switch can be selected for convenient control.

2、 Field of application of Screw Driven Modules for general environment:
Workpiece positioning \ handling \ clamping \ insertion and other production capacity automation equipment(Screw Driven Modules), reciprocating spraying machine, printing equipment, mechanical arm, packaging machine equipment, chemical equipment, food equipment, metal processing equipment, textile machinery, woodworking equipment, transfer equipment, automatic dispensing equipment, automatic processing equipment, workpiece positioning equipment, labeling machine, laser cutting positioning, water cutting positioning, ultrasonic welding positioning, medical equipment, solar energy equipment, etc.

Screw Driven Modules: The Future Of Industry

Introduction
1. Screw Driven Modules: The Future of Industry
2. What are Screw Driven Modules?
3. How do Screw Driven Modules Work?
4. Benefits of Screw Driven Modules
5. Downsides of Screw Driven Modules
6. The Future of Screw Driven Modules
Screw Driven Modules (SDMs) are a type of motion control module that uses a lead screw to convert rotary motion into linear motion. SDMs are often used in industrial applications where precise positioning is required, such as in CNC machines and 3D printers.

SDMs are composed of three main parts: a lead screw, a nut, and a motor. The motor provides the rotational force that turns the lead screw. The nut is attached to the load that needs to be moved, and it moves along the lead screw as it rotates.

The lead screw and nut are the key components of an SDM. The lead screw is a threaded rod that is turned by the motor. The nut is a

device that converts the rotational force of the motor into linear motion. There are several types of nuts that can be used, including ballscrew nuts, roller nuts, or self-aligning nuts.

What are Screw Driven Modules?

Screw Driven Modules (SDMs) are motion control systems that use lead screws to convert rotary motion into linear motion. SDMs are used in a variety of industrial applications, from CNC machines and 3D printers to robotic positioning systems. The three main components of an SDM are the motor, the lead screw, and the nut. The motor provides the rotational force that turns the lead screw. The nut is attached to the load that needs to be moved, and it moves along the lead screw as it rotates. SDMs are highly precise and reliable, and they offer a number of advantages over mechanical or electromechanical systems. For example, SDMs are much quieter than traditional systems and they require less maintenance. SDMs also require less energy and they are less prone to wear and tear. Furthermore, SDMs provide a high degree of accuracy and repeatability, making them well-suited for use in critical applications.

How do Screw Driven Modules Work?

In a typical SDM, the motor supplies a rotational force to the lead screw, which is a threaded rod. The lead screw has grooves or threads that the nut is connected to, which converts the rotational force into linear motion. As the lead screw turns, the nut moves along it, resulting in linear motion along the length of the lead screw. The nut can be a variety of different shapes, depending on the application. Ballscrew nuts are one of the most common types and are designed to be extremely quiet and smooth-running. Roller nuts are designed for applications that require a large amount of force, such as heavy loads or high-speed applications. Self-aligning nuts offer a high degree of accuracy and repeatability, and are often used in critical applications like CNC machines and 3D printers.

Benefits of Screw Driven Modules

Screw Driven Modules offer a number of advantages over mechanical or electromechanical systems. For starters, SDMs are much quieter than traditional systems and they require less maintenance. In addition, SDMs are much more energy efficient than their counterparts and they are less susceptible to wear and tear. The linear motion provided by SDMs is much more precise and repeatable than that provided by traditional systems. This makes SDMs an ideal choice for applications such as CNC machining and 3D printing, where precision and accuracy are paramount. In addition, SDMs are more cost-effective than other motion control systems, as they require less parts and can be built with off-the-shelf components.

Downsides of Screw Driven Modules

Despite their many benefits, there are a few downsides to Screw Driven Modules. For one, SDMs require a certain amount of force to move the load, and this force can be difficult to control. Additionally, the speed of an SDM is limited by the torque of the motor and the friction of the lead screw, so they may not be suitable for applications that require high-speed motion. Another potential downside is the cost. While SDMs typically require fewer parts and can be built from off-the-shelf components, they still require motors and other components, which can add significantly to the cost. In addition, SDMs can be slow, as the motion is limited to the speed of the motor and the friction of the lead screw.

The Future of Screw Driven Modules

Screw Driven Modules have become increasingly popular in recent years and it is likely that they will continue to be used as a motion control solution for many industrial applications in the future. As technology advances, more efficient and cost-effective designs are being developed, and these will continue to improve the performance and reliability of SDMs. In addition, new motor and nut designs are being developed that allow for greater levels of accuracy and precision, as well as higher speeds. These advances will make Screw Driven Modules an even more attractive option for applications such as CNC machining, robotics, and 3D printing. Ultimately, it is clear that Screw Driven Modules have a bright future in the industrial sector.

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