Manual positioners

Guide

(Reference) Durability Data of Manual Ball Guide Stages

Linear Stage

Test Procedure

Reciprocate the stage with a load placed vertically on its upper surface,
and measure the state change at that time.

Test Conditions
Measurement Sample TSD-601
Load 100N
Procedure 13 mm × Both ways/sec
(continuous operation)
Operation Cycles (Distance) 10 million times (260km)

TSD series

After 10 million cycles of operation, the guide performance is stable without significant change in the stiffness, straightness, pitching, yawing, and running parallelism of the stage guide.

TSD series
Moment Stiffness
Moment Stiffness
Straightness
Straightness
Pitch / Yaw
Pitch / Yaw
Running Parallelism
Running Parallelism

Goniometer Stage

Test Procedure

Reciprocate the stage with a load placed vertically on its upper surface, and measure the state change at that time.

Test Conditions
Measurement Sample GOHT-60A85B
Load 50N
Procedure ±15° × One way/sec
(continuous operation)
Operation Cycles (Distance) 600,000 times (30 km)

GOHT series

After 600,000 cycles of operation, the guide performance is stable without significant change in the stiffness and rotation center displacement of the stage guide.

GOHT series
Moment Stiffness
Moment Stiffness
Rotation Center Displacement
Rotation Center Displacement

Rotation Stage

Test Procedure

Reciprocate the stage with a load placed vertically on its upper surface, and measure the state change at that time.

Test Conditions
Measurement Sample KSPT-606MH
Load 100N
Procedure ±10° × Both ways/sec
(continuous operation)
Operation Cycles (Distance) 100,000 times (1km)

KSPT series

After 100,000 cycles of operation, the guide performance is stable without significant change in the stiffness, wobble, and parallelism of the stage guide.

KSPT series
Moment Stiffness
Moment Stiffness
Wobble / Parallelism
Wobble / Parallelism

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