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Linear rails for protective doors of machine tools

Introducing a machining centre into a production workflow is often the key to increasing the productivity and efficiency of the process, whilst at the same time ensuring the precision, repeatability and consistent quality of the machined products. However, these are costly solutions which represent ...

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MRI Machine

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Surgical table length regulation

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Misalignment

In this video, we discuss the design and performance impacts of misalignment in two linear guides. We also look at the benefits of choosing a more compliant guide like Rollon’s Compact Rail, versus a more restrictive linear guide, such as a profile rail. It’s all about using the right guide for the ...

TH Compact Ball Screw Driven Actuator

This versatile, high precision actuator tackles many of the linear motion challenges common to today’s manufacturing environments. It is a dual rail, ball screw driven, modular actuator with high repeatability, high load and moment capacities, and a compact footprint. Its modular design allows for m...

Belt Driven Actuators (ELM vs. E- SMART)

Belt driven actuators are cost effective options for implementing automated linear motion. They offer distinct advantages over ball-screw, and rack-and-pinion driven actuators and can strike an attractive balance between price and performance. This makes them ideal for a wide range of applications a...

Heavy Duty Telescopic Slides

Rollon telescopic slides can support over 2000 kg and extend over 1500 mm. They are heavy-duty when compared to the telescopic rails used in the drawers in kitchens or the telescopic guides that support the shelves in a toolbox. Their strength and stiffness make it easy to move heavy payloads, safel...

Keep application costs down with the right linear guides

In the scale economy of industrial production, making the right choices during the development of production facilities can lead to considerable savings, greater efficiency and productivity. Let’s take a concrete and real example that shows the kind of savings that can be achieved by making the righ...

Linear rail systems, the best way to combine different features

One of the biggest challenges facing industrial motion system designers is misalignment management. Some rail types, typically those with recirculating balls, require a very high degree of precision in installation and assembly, which often requires extra costs to prepare and adjust the support surf...

Eliminating Hidden Costs Involved In Designing A Machine

When it comes time to choose a linear rail for medium-precision applications, many designers automatically opt for a profiled rail. In doing this, however, they automatically preclude certain types of linear rails which can prove to be much better suited – not to mention less expensive – than the tr...

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