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  • Linear & Rotary Positioning Stages Engineering Guide (.pdf)
    Deep discussion of Linear Positioning Stages: Precision, Loading, Assembly and various components are discussed.
  • Measuring the Smallest Resolution of a Positioning Stage
    this linear positioning system can perform?
  • Earthquake Simulation Using Single or Dual-Axis 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
  • Linear stepper motors keep positioning in line
    A dual-axis linear stepper motor from Baldor has a 0.02-in. tooth pitch. It is available in a wide range of custom platen sizes and both single and dual-axis configurations. It is used in applications ranging from wafer probers to electronic assembly and etching machines. Designing a two-axis
  • Positioning Components
    A number of positioning components are commonly employed in industrial closed-loop systems today. These components fit the general categories of controllers, mechanical positioning hardware, feedback transducers, and motors. Outputs from closed-loop positioning systems are rotary or linear motion
  • Positioning in nanometers
    on top of linear cross-roller or air-bearing stages that provide coarser positioning. This combination of elements lets the system use a primary stage to move into the general vicinity of interest, then employ the secondary piezoelectric stage for final subnanometer moves. There
  • Linear Motor Basics
    Today's linear motion applications are more demanding than ever before. Faster throughput, more exact positioning, longer life, less maintenance, fewer moving parts, the list is never ending. Motion control companies strive to meet and exceed these requirements by continual technological
  • Linear Stage Terminology
    There are many factors that affect the capabilities of a linear stage to position accurately in three-dimensional space. Abbe errors, straightness, flatness, pitch, roll, yaw, hysteresis, backlash, orthogonal alignment, encoder errors, mounting surface, and cantilevered loading all contribute

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