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Direct Drive Rotary Tables with Large Apertures from IntelLiDrives
Date:1/8/2013

Philadelhia, PA (PRWEB) January 08, 2013

IntelLiDrives, Inc. released direct drive rotary tables AccuRing Series features superior angular positioning and velocity control with exceptionally large apertures.

AccuRing Series rotary table offer an advantage of the large aperture rotary stages with zero backlash and no gear wear or gear vibration. They are significantly faster than worm and gear drives and maintain system accuracy and repeatability over time, providing higher equipment productivity with better accuracy of the processed parts. Higher accuracy and no backlash allow customers to produce more accurate and consistent products.

AccuRing direct drive rotary stages provide 200 rpm continuous rotation when compared to only 10 rpm transmission based rotary tables with similar apertures and payload capacity.

Angular contact bearings, used in AccuRings, maximize performance with respect to wobble, moment stiffness, and rotating friction. A precision-machined rotating shaft further minimizes wobble.

To further maximize the positioning performance, AccuRing Series direct-drive rotary stages utilize brushless modular RotoLinear motor technology. These motors have all of the advantages of a brushless direct drive motor – no brushes to wear, no gear trains to maintain, and high acceleration and high speeds. These features make AccuRings ideal for the applications requiring contoured motion, smooth scan velocity and precise incremental steps.

Accurate positioning performance of AccuRings is assured with encoder resolution
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