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  • Design and manufacture of the world's largest refractive zoom system
    Next, using the conventional alignment procedure with an alignment telescope and a set of inside micrometers, we aligned the objective lens assembly, then the relay optics, and finally the eyepiece, to the crossed roller bearing reference .
  • Positioning Stages - Bayside Controls Inc.
    Designed with a precision-machined aluminum alloy and an isolated reference surface, the stages utilize crossed roller bearing technology, providing high accuracy, low noise and low friction.
  • Voice coil-based scanning probe microscopy
    These sen- sors are used to ensure that the planarity of the xy motion can be referred to a measurable object ( reference plane) and not only to the crossed roller bearing stage (for more details, see [5]).
  • Optical reference profilometry
    3.2 Design Benefits The first benefit to the system deign with an optical refer- ence frame is its intensivity to pure z translations of the cross - roller - bearing stage.
  • The Development of Automated Processes For The Manufacture of Cost-Effective Composite Wing-Boxes
    Rolling force is established by pre-setting the air supply pressure with the manually adjusted precision regulator and cross checked by reference to load cells under the sliding bearing housings of the lower roller .
  • Safety Factor and Life Calculations for Cross Roller Slew Ring Bearings
    … under an eccentric axial load”, the detailed calculations and formulae for the static equivalent axial load, dynamic equivalent axial load and life of the cross roller slew ring bearings were introduced by applying … … bearings as outlined in references authored by T. Harris2 …
  • Cage Creep
    Most manufacturers in the ball slide and cross-roller slide industry refer to cage creep as the phenomenon in which there are two parallel cages containing ball or cross - roller bearings and during system travel the cages lose alignment with each other.
  • Cage Creep
    Most manufacturers in the ball slide and cross-roller slide industry refer to cage creep as the phenomenon in which there are two parallel cages containing ball or cross - roller bearings and during system travel the cages lose alignment with each other.