Press Release Summary:
Comprised of 2-piece assembly, Uni-guide can be dropped into most applications. Rail and carriage composition is of lightweight anodized aluminum, and bottom of slide is keyed for precision alignment. Carriage is self-lubricating, with Frelon GOLDÂ® liner to create extreme environment-tolerable design, and allows particulates to be wiped harmlessly off shaft. Offered with customizable options such as locking vices and conveyors, guide may be driven by ball screw, lead screw, or motor.
Original Press Release:
Raise Quality and Lower Costs with Uni-guide
September 16, 2008 Rockford, IL - - - - The Uni-guide-formerly Dolphin Guide-has come a long way since its creation in 1995. Armed with a lightweight aluminum structure, versatile applications, and a redesigned production process to lower costs, the PBC Linear Uni-guide provides the perfect solution to many different applications. Previous costs for the Uni-guide were significantly higher, but due to PBC Linear integrating two new FMS machines which allow for 24/7 production. Comprised of a simple two piece assembly, the Uni-guide can drop into most applications with easy installation and use. The bottom of the slide is keyed for precision alignment to increase accuracy. The rail and carriage composition is a lightweight anodized aluminum. The carriage is self-lubricating with a patented PBC Linear Frelon GOLD® liner to create an extreme environment-tolerable design and allows particulates to be wiped harmlessly off the shaft. The greatest feature the Uni-guide offers is its versatility. With a wide range of customizable options, the Uni-guide can be applied to a plethora of industries. Recently unveiled at the IWF show in Atlanta, GA, these customized options include several different locking vices and conveyors. Driven by ball screw, lead screw, or motor, the Uni-guide is a light-weight, low cost linear motion guide with a history of quality performance. For more information on the Uni-guide and all its features, please call 1.800.729.9085, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit us at uniguide.pbclinear.com.