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Buyer’s Guide 2012 Update: Drives Technology Minimal pitch deviation maximises precision of spindle drive systems

| Redakteur: Kathrin Schäfer

The ball screws used in Series BS 32-2.0 spindle drive systems from Dr. Fritz Faulhaber GmbH allow the rotational motion of micromotors to be converted to linear stroke or tensile movements with travel variation of less than 5 μm over the absolute travel distance.

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Series BS32-2.0 spindle drives enable the rotational motion of micromotors to be converted to linear movements with travel variation of less than 5 μm over the absolute travel distance.
Series BS32-2.0 spindle drives enable the rotational motion of micromotors to be converted to linear movements with travel variation of less than 5 μm over the absolute travel distance.
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In combination with motors and mounted components such as high-resolution encoders and integrated motion controllers, this Faulhaber technology ensures the high precision necessary for demanding positioning requirements such as those involving optical filters, glass-fibre technology, lens adjustment in optical systems, or microactuators for medical devices.

Mechanical connection of the ball screws to the motors is implemented by means of a backlash-free coupling integrated into the leadscrew. Numerous modifications, such as variable screw lengths, modified screw nuts or special lubricants, are available on request for use in particular customer applications.

For further information:

Dr. Fritz Faulhaber GmbH & Co. KG

Schönaich, Germany

www.faulhaber.com

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