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Multi-Axes Cartesian Robotic Platform for Life Sciences Automation
Date:1/28/2013

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  • Dynamic load capacity: 200 Kg
  • Optional Theta axis (rotary table)
  • Brushless servo or stepper motors
  • Multi-axes control system with amplifiers
  • For additional information contact:

    IntelLiDrives, Inc.
    8510 Bustleton Ave.
    Philadelphia, PA 19152

    phone: (215) 728-6804
    fax:     (215) 745-9459

    e-mail: admin(at)intellidrives(dot)com
    web site: http://www.intellidrives.com

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