length L 329 mm, 369 mm, 409 mm…1329 mm
stroke 100-1100 mm (stroke increments 40 mm)
A, B optional stroke limit, end position switch
total weight at 100 mm stroke 7 kg (without motor and gear)
thereof moving mass 3,07 kg (at 100 mm stroke)
weight increase per 40 mm stroke 0,24 kg
max. movement speed 2,2 m/s (depending on load and gear)
repeat accuracy +/- 0,05 mm
toothed belt width 25 mm / AT5
tensile strength toothed belt 2 x 1750 N
tear out force toothed belt 2 x 4000 N
geometrical moment of inertia of the basic body Ix 426.000 mm4, Iy 451.000 mm4
infeed constant without gear 75 mm/rotation
standard reductions planetary gearbox 3:1, 4:1, 5:1, 7:1, 8:1, 10:1
recommended max. load 15 kg (depending on stroke, motor and gear)
cross assembly to Module 160/15, Module 115/42

Produkt details

The toothed belt driven linear unit Module 60/33 convinces with a new drive concept. Hereby, the toothed belt is specifically guided and uses the principle of the hoist. The special profile construction as well as the continuous profile rail guide ensure maximum bending stiffness. These measures allow higher speeds as well as heavier loads. The toothed belt axis can be used - horizontally or vertically - as stand-alone or multiple-axis system. Also the adaption possibilities of the accessories were optimised, as for example of turning and swivel drives.
 

Advantages

  • stroke up to 1100 mm
  • speed in vertical operation up to 2.2 m/s
  • max. load in vertical operation: 15 kg

Motor assembly variants

Accessories

NC-rotary unit DT 80/100

The basic construction consists of a rotary table DT 80/100. For the NC-operation per stepper or servo motor, corresponding motor flanges incl. pluggable coupling systems are available. For motors with resolver system, a reference point switch is used.

Features

  • output torque up to 20 Nm
  • inductive reference point switch
  • high axial load

planetary gear with motor

mechanical stop

Levelling elements

These elements are ideal for the levelling of assembly surfaces which cannot be mechanically processed or only with great efford. You can find more information and helpful tutorials here.