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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
E06-10-028-01 Allied Electronics, Inc. IGUS Not Provided Tray,Cable,Snap Through Link Design Cable & Hose Carrier 1 foot
C19SS402 PLC Radwell Gortube Electrical Products, Conduit & Fitting CARRIER CABLE AND HOSE 40INCH LENGTH
3957084 PLC Radwell Gortube Electrical Products, Conduit & Fitting CARRIER CABLE AND HOSE

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  • Cable Carriers Smooth Machine Motion
    Following guidelines for cable and hose carriers helps streamline the selection process. Cable carriers come in many design configurations, sizes, and materials. They are typically assembled from off-the-shelf components, allowing manufacturers to quickly and economically tailor a design
  • How to Select the Bend Radius of a Cable Carrier
    for the cable carrier will depend on the cable or hose with the largest diameter. Selecting a considerably larger bend radius than required for the fill package will extend the lifespan of the cables and hoses. General rules for selecting the bend radius. Do not exceed the manufacturer’s suggested
  • Caring for Cables
    or hoses will be installed, the size of cables and hoses and how much they weigh, any environmental factors such as debris, heat or chemicals, and speed and acceleration. The largest cable or hose: The first question any reputable cable carrier manufacturer will ask is, “What is the largest cable or hose
  • Caring for Cables
    axis from tangling and exceeding minimum bend radii. Carriers also help expel debris and prevent cable and hose jackets from touching the machine itself. A cable carrier consists of hinged plastic or metal links that articulate as a machine axis moves. The most common carrier arrangement is horizontal
  • Cable Management Systems Do the Robot
    cable installation from the top or bottom through an opening along the length of the cable carrier. There are also built-in spring bars for safe cable and hose guidance and a specialized cover system to maintain the power supply when the robot operates vertically or upside down. Picture perfect
  • The Cable Distribution Rules You Need to Obey
    The key advantage of a cable carrier is that bus and motor cables, pneumatics, electrics and hydraulics can all be guided safely in one system. However, correctly arranging each cable and hose within your chosen cable carrier according to the recommended spacing requirements is vital if you want
  • 7 cable management mistakes to avoid
    or hose diameter. Cables with very different diameters should be laid in separate compartments. Cables and hoses with incompatible outer jacket materials should also be separated. (See point number 6 below for more on this.). The maximum cable or hose diameter corresponds to the inner height
  • The Less-Is-More Approach to Robotic Cable Management
    ®’ Triflex® R carrier are: Total cable and hose diameters must not exceed 60 percent of the carrier diameter. Leave at least a 10 percent clearance between any two cables and hoses. Cables and hoses need to move freely inside the carrier. Safety is also a major concern within robotics cells. With the less

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