The H-Portal is a cartesian positioning system, that is available in 3 different expansion stages. All motors of this positioning system are fastened stationary.
The X/Y system is based on the proven linear units Module 80/15 and Module 115/42 or Module 115/42 B. They form the base of the H-Portal.
The X/Y/Z system can be expanded to a gantry with the linear unit Module 60/33.
An optional turning unit at the Z-axis is available for demanding positioning tasks.
The belt in the X/Y-system is arranged in an H-shape. The movements in X and Y-direction are realised by one belt. The belt is fixed at the slide of the Y-axis. The drive takes place at one of the 180°-deflections at the X-axis. For a drive in X-direction, both motors have to be turned exactly oppositely, in Y-direction both
motors have to be turned synchronously. If one motor stands still, the system drives under 45°. The movements of X and Y are therefore dependent on both motors.
|stroke X (stroke increments 75 mm)||100 - 1525 mm|
|stroke Y (stroke increments 60 mm)||100 - 700 mm|
|stroke Z (stroke increments 40 mm)||110 - 550 mm|
|weight X/Y/Z system||approx. 50 kg|
|moved mass X/Y/Z system in X/Y/Z direction||30 / 13.5 / 5 kg|
|moved mass X/Y system in X/Y direction||21 / 4.5 kg|
|weight increase per 100 mm stroke Y-axis||0.95 kg|
|weight increase per 100 mm stroke Z-axis||0.6 kg|
|recommended handling weight||4 kg|
|repeat accuracy||+/- 0.05 mm|
|infeed constant without gear X/Y||140 mm / turn|
|infeed constant without gear Z||160 mm / turn|
|recommended size servo motor||AM8032|
- no cables or motors are moved when driving the axes
- smaller moved mass to lower circle times
- no cable wear
- time and cost saving construction by foregoing an expensive energy supply system
- space saving
- Fast an simple commissioning with the PA-CONTROL ipo
- assembly of client specific motors on demand
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.