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Linear positioning stage ATX115SL, ATX11SLE series
motorized1-axisprecision

linear positioning stage
linear positioning stage
linear positioning stage
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Characteristics

Orientation
linear
Type
motorized
Number of axes
1-axis
Other characteristics
precision, ball screw
Stroke

50 mm, 100 mm, 150 mm (1.969 in)

Speed

60 mm/s, 220 mm/s

Description

Design Features •Travel lengths up to 150 mm with anti-creep crossed-roller bearings •Optional center-mounted linear encoder for direct position feedback •Versatile features and options enable convenient integration into a larger machine or use as a standalone positioning axis •Vacuum- and cleanroom-compatible versions available •Available with ThermoComp® for reliable performance in changing environments Aerotech’s ATX115SL and ATX115SLE linear positioning stages combine the performance capabilities of a high-precision crossed-roller-bearing positioner with the convenience and simplicity of a ball-screw drive mechanism. Outstanding motion performance and a variety of advanced options and features offer superb value and make the ATX115SL/SLE an excellent choice to use in high-performance applications. Superior Motion Performance Featuring anti-creep crossed-roller bearings and a precision-ground, fine-pitch ball-screw, the ATX115SL/SLE boasts excellent geometric performance and minimal angular error motion. With up to 150 mm of nominal travel, the ATX115SL/SLE offers superior minimum incremental step size and in-position stability compared to other stages that utilize recirculating ball bearings. This makes the ATX115SL/SLE ideal for many high-precision tasks such as vertical positioning of sensors and cameras, optics focusing, and beamline measurement and manipulation applications.

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