Linear positioning drives deliver 40 N force

Nanotec Electronic's Nema 8 and Nema 14 hybrid linear positioning drives deliver a force of up to 140 N and a resolution of up to 0.01 mm.

08/22/2013


Nanotec Electronic's Nema 8 and Nema 14 hybrid linear positioning drives deliver a force of up to 140 N and a resolution of up to 0.01 mm. Courtesy: Nanotec ElectronicNanotec Electronic's Nema 8 (20 mm flange size) and Nema 14 (35 mm flange size) hybrid linear positioning drives are designed for compact linear axes. The small linear positioning drives are designed for scanning tasks in optical, mechanical or acoustic test equipment.

The hybrid linear positioning drives from Nanotec Electronic use maintenance-free thermo-plastic nuts. Despite its small size, the Nema-8 model LS2018 delivers a force of 40 N and a step resolution of 0.005 mm. The Nema-14 model LS3518 delivers a force of 140 N and a resolution of 0.01 mm. Standard screw lengths of 75 or 150 mm are available; customer-specific screw lengths can be optionally obtained. Both actuators can also be supplied with high-resolution (2000 incr./rev.) encoders.

Nanotec Electronic U.S. Inc. 

www.nanotec.com 

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