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H2W Technologies - Linear Stepper Motors

A new series of low cost, high performance linear stepper motors has been introduced by H2W Technologies, Inc. Traveling at speeds up to 80 in/sec. [2 m/sec], with strokes to 144 in. [3.6 m], and acceleration to 1G, these 2 and 4 phase linear steppers are ideal for: Pick-and-place, wire bonder, parts transfer, semiconductor, and other robotic applications. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Two Axis Voice Coil Stage

H2W's dual headed voice coil positioning stage (VCS15-050-LB-01-MC-2) is a high precision two axis positioning system for high end motion control applications. Each head that rides on a common linear rail is driven by an NCC moving coil type linear actuator, and is guided by two recirculating linear bearings riding on a common linear bearing rail. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Linear Servo Brush-Type Amplifier

H2W introduces a new DC Linear Brush-Type Servo Amplifier (LCAM 5/15) that is ideally suited to drive our complete line of voice coil linear actuators. Since the majority of voice coil actuators have very low inductance windings (less than 1 mH), the preferred method to drive these voice coils is with a linear servo amplifier. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Dual Head Voice Coil Air Bearing Positioning Stage

H2W's dual head voice coil air bearing positioning Stage (VCS15-050-AB-LV-2) is a precision, air bearing, two axis positioning system for high end applications. Each head is driven by a NCC moving coil type linear actuator and is guided by two porous carbon air bushings floating on two precision parallel shafts. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Lower Cost Moving Magnet Designs

Typically an H2W Moving Magnet Actuator has precision bushings and shaft which cause the moving magnet design to be cost prohibitive. However not every customer requires a bushing with high tolerance precision, and thus H2W has the ability to modify the linear bearing systems of our voice coil designs to accommodate a lower cost bushing and shaft. (read more)

H2W Technologies - High Force Dual Voice Coil Positioning Stage

H2W introduces its highest force voice coil positioning stage to date. The voice coil positioning stage (P/N VCS12-2000-LB-01-C) is a closed loop system that can be used for high force positioning applications. (read more)

H2W Technologies - High Acceleration XY Voice Coil Positioning Stage

H2W Technologies introduces a high acceleration, voice coil driven, XY positioning stage with a precision bearing system, which minimizes the amount of pitch, yaw, and roll in the system. The voice coil stage is a closed loop positioning system that can be used for high force positioning applications. (read more)

H2W Technologies - High Force Oscillatory Voice Coil Stage

H2W's voice coil positioning stage is an open loop system that can be used for high force, oscillatory applications that require sinusoidal motion. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Voice Coil Actuators vs. Solenoids

The question of whether to use voice coil actuators or solenoids for small displacement motion control applications comes up often. This article explains the key differences between each product and why you might choose one over the other for your application. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Two-Axis Voice Coil Positioning Stage Gantry

Voice coil linear positioning stages are designed for a variety of short stroke and high velocity applications. They have a stroke lengths of up to 2.0 in. (50 mm), a continuous forces as high as 100 lbs (445 N) and a peak forces of up to 300 lbs (1335 N). (read more)

H2W Technologies - Air Bearing XY Voice Coil Positioning Stage

H2W introduces its latest custom XY voice coil positioning stage which is guided by precision air bearings. This minimizes the amount of friction and reduces the pitch, yaw, and roll in the system. (read more)

H2W Technologies - New H2W Calculators

Trying to determine how much force and acceleration is necessary to achieve your desired motion profile? H2W has a new calculator for that. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Dual Axis Linear Stepper Motors

H2W Technologies’ dual axis linear stepper motors are ideal for open loop positioning applications requiring 2 axis of motion in a single plane. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Moving Coil Actuators with Built In Bearings

H2W now provides moving coil voice coil actuators with built-in bearing systems in a compact package. Previously, customers' would be required to either implement a bearing system through a stage, or make an accommodation on the envelope by trying to integrate a Moving Magnet Design. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Six Axis Demo using H2W’s Single Rail Stage

H2W Technologies’ single rail positioning stage utilized in a six axis demo, which coordinates the motion of three linear motor driven axis with three rotary motor driven axis. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Polynoid Linear Actuators

With the recent acquisition of the Baldor linear motion product line, H2W Technologies now manufactures an extensive line of AC polynoid linear actuators. (read more)

H2W Technologies - High Thrust, High Speed AC Linear Induction Motor

H2W engineers have developed a new Linear Induction Motor (LMG-06-650-SSE) that is capable of generating 2900 N at a 3% duty cycle. Operating at 400 VAC, 75 Hz, the synchronous velocity of this LIM is 675 in/sec [17 m/s]. This LIM was designed for high speed operation, however it can also be operated at stall (zero speed) in order to produce static thrust. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Hollow Shaft Non-Commutated Actuator

H2W introduces its most compact moving magnet actuator with a hole through the shaft. The voice coil actuator (NCM02-05-005-4JBH) can be operated under either open or closed loop position control and is ideal for controlled sinusoidal motion applications... (read more)

H2W Technologies - High Thrust, High Speed AC Linear Induction Motor

H2W engineers have developed a new Linear Induction Motor (LMG-03-325-SSE) that is capable of generating 1444 N at a 3% duty cycle. Operating at 400 VAC, 75 Hz, the synchronous velocity of this LIM is 675 in/sec [17 m/s]. This LIM was designed for high speed operation, however it can also be operated at stall (zero speed) in order to produce static thrust. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Earthquake Simulation Using Linear Motion Stages

With the goal of safer buildings and saving lives, scientists and engineers, through the simulation of many recent earthquakes, need to test building materials and structural designs. Using either a one or two-axis high force linear positioning stage from H2W Technologies, they can simulate the effects of earthquakes as large as the largest recorded earthquake in history. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Multi-Headed Linear Motor Positioning Stage

H2W Technologies introduces a multi-headed linear motor positioning stage which is ideal for applications that require independent control of multiple axis on a single plane. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Single Rail Stage - SRS Series

The single rail stage is a compact, small footprint, open type positioning stage. It is used in closed loop positioning applications that require high speed and high accelerations of lighter loads. (read more)

H2W Technologies - TMR Series Limited Angle Torque Motors

This Limited Angle Torque Motor was designed for applications requiring a compact rotary actuator for closed loop operation and extremely smooth, torque-ripple-free motion. The TMR series motors offer a desirable linear torque profile (constant torque) for the rated angular displacement. (read more)

H2W Technologies - XZ Brushless Linear Motor Positioning Stage

H2W Technologies introduces a high acceleration, brushless linear motor driven, XZ positioning stage gantry for controlled dual axis motion profiles of customer supplied payloads. (read more)

H2W Technologies - Voice Coil Linear Actuators

H2W Technologies non-commutated DC Linear (NC) Actuators are ideal for short stroke (typically less than 2 inches) closed loop servo applications. Their compact size allows them to fit into small spaces. They have very low electrical and mechanical time constants. The low moving mass allows for high accelerations of light payloads. (read more)