Rotary stages are fast

ALAR series direct-drive rotary stages provide angular positioning and velocity control with large apertures, load capability, and high speeds. The stages operate from 45 to 300 rpm continuous rotation, faster than worm-drive stages. To maximize positioning performance, the ALAR series utilizes the company's brushless, slotless motors that have no brushes to wear, no gear trains to maintain, and high acceleration and high speeds.

ALAR series direct-drive rotary stages provide angular positioning and velocity control with large apertures, load capability, and high speeds. The stages operate from 45 to 300 rpm continuous rotation, faster than worm-drive stages. To maximize positioning performance, the ALAR series utilizes the company's brushless, slotless motors that have no brushes to wear, no gear trains to maintain, and high acceleration and high speeds. The ALAR comes in two different configurations: the standard profile unit has high payload capacity and high moment load stiffness; the low profile unit has high payload capacity and is for applications where the axis of rotation is parallel to gravity.
Aerotech
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
www.aerotech.com

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