Linear motion systems

  • 05-Jan-2010 11:28 EST
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Linear motion systems from LM76 feature high-speed travel to 10 m/s, acceleration to 50 m/s2, and high load capability to 5600 N. Designers can select from five low-profile linear motion systems for easy integration into manufacturing and processing equipment as well as OEM products. Easy-to-install linear systems, including the SG, OSG, and EL300B parallel shaft linear systems, are lightweight, feature RC60 shafting, provide low friction, are lubricated, and have sealed-for-life rollers and adjustable preload. The dual-rail systems can be mounted horizontally or vertically. The low-profile LRBS (single shaft) and LRBT (twin shaft) systems offer high speed, high stiffness, and adjustable preload.

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