The most popular of the OSPE family, the BHD offers an
extremely high-capacity belt-driven actuator in a low-profile package. The
integrated square rail bearing design captures the bearing and drive train
completely within the IP54 sealed unit and creates extensive environmental
protection for the internal components.
you have a stack of t-slot aluminum framing catalogs or a folder of pdf
datasheets from extrusion manufacturers that contains an almost endless amount
of data on the material? For a person who specializes in this area, deciphering
the material specifications for t-slot aluminum structural framing can be a
fairly simple task.
Electromechanical and Drives Division ‒ North America is pleased to announce
the release of the mPR (miniature precision rotary) stage. The mPR series is a
miniature, precision direct-drive rotary stage with integrated high-precision
rotary bearing, high-resolution rotary encoder, and 3-phase AC servo motor.
is no “one size fits all” drive train linear actuator technology for every
application. In reality, the selection depends entirely on what is most
critical to a specific application. While choosing to use a lead screw seems
straight forward, choosing between ball and roller screws can be daunting. You
can simplify the selection process by approaching the application
systematically and applying an actuator performance calculator.
Introducing the eCL Series
The new E Series Closed-Loop stepper drives and motors
bring higher performance, a compact foot print and attractive pricing to the
portfolio. The eCL series introduces simple and precise closed loop control to
Parker’s microstepping product platform. Available in two driver form factors,
standard (4Arms) and mini (2Arms), the eCL system optimizes performance with a
wide array of stepper motors with integrated encoder feedback (Nema8, 11, 14,
17, 23, 60mm).
Specifying Made Easier
Parker’s Universal Motor Adapter (UMA) makes it easier than
ever for machine designers to specify their linear stage with whatever motor
they'd like, while avoiding the often drawn-out customization process.
Pairing Gearheads with Servo Motors
Machine designers are increasingly
turning to gearheads to take advantage of the latest advances in servo motor
technology. Essentially, a gearhead converts high-speed, low-torque energy into
low-speed, high-torque output. A servo motor provides highly accurate
positioning of its output shaft. When these two devices are paired with one
another, they enhance each other’s strengths, providing controlled motion that
is precise, robust, and reliable.