H2W Technologies

Linear Stage offer resolution to 1.0 micron.
Communication Systems & Equipment

Linear Stage offer resolution to 1.0 micron.

Linear stages integrate splined linear guide and leadscrew, resulting in torsionally stiff stage that can be operated in horizontal or vertical axis. Built up to 8 ft long, products are designed for loads to 100 lb and speeds to 30 ips. Without requiring adjustment, lubrication, or maintenance, stages can be specified in compound multi-axis configurations. Variety of stepper motors, dc brush and...

Read More »
Belt Driven Linear Stages suit positioning applications.
Communication Systems & Equipment

Belt Driven Linear Stages suit positioning applications.

Measuring 4.03 x 3.58 x stroke length plus 15 in. long, compact BL series linear position stages are available with travel lengths to 144 in. They move loads up to 200 lb at speeds from .001-200 in./sec with acceleration of 2G. Horizontally or vertically mountable, stages can supplied in multi-axis configurations with variety of motor/gearmotor options. Other options include fail-safe brake,...

Read More »
Linear Actuators produce more than 20 g acceleration.
Mechanical Power Transmission

Linear Actuators produce more than 20 g acceleration.

Non-commutated Voice Coil Linear Actuators are offered in stroke lengths from .05 to 3.00 in. Standard models range from .375 in dia x .35 in. long, supplying .06 lb of continuous force and .18 lb peak, to 8.0 in. dia x 3.0 in. long, supplying 133 lb continuous force and 400 lb peak. When used in closed loop, typical accuracy is 0.00004 in. and repeatability is 0.00002 in. Units provide smooth,...

Read More »
Electrical Equipment & Systems

Stepper Motors have chrome platens.

Linear stepper motors travel at speeds to 80 in./sec, with strokes to 144 in. and acceleration to 1G. 2- and 4-phase linear steppers are capable of up to 50 lbs continuous force and 65 lbs peak force. Resolution of 2-phase motors is 1 full step equals .010 in., and 1 microstep equals .00004 in. Resolution of 4-phase motors is 1 full step equals .005 in., and 1 microstep equals .00002 in. Motors...

Read More »

All Topics