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Ultra-thin Direct Drive Rotary Table ACR-55UT from IntelLiDrives
Date:4/10/2013

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) April 10, 2013

IntelLiDrives, Inc. released Ultra-thin rotary table model ACR-55UT that features lowest profile direct drive on the market.

This rotary actuator has 55 mm center aperture for applications in semiconductor manufacturing equipment, wafer inspection and cutting, fiber-optics alignment, optical applications, precision part indexing and robotics. Rotary table ACR-55UT is capable of wide range of rotation speeds from 0,1 rpm to 1,000 rpm with velocity ripple under 0.1%

Rotary table ACR55UT utilizes slot-less direct drive brushless modular motor technology
for low velocity ripple. Motor rotor is directly coupled to precision rotary encoder with positioning resolution 0.25 arc-sec and absolute rotational accuracy of 5 arc-sec.

ACR-55UT low rotor profile and high torque to inertia ratio allows high rate start-stop motions with exceptionally short settling times to outperform traditional servo motor direct drives and gear-driven mechanisms, which makes ACR-55UT ideal for the applications requiring contoured motion, smooth scan velocity and precise incremental steps.

Bearings with low run-outs are used to maximize performance with respect to wobble, moment stiffness and rotating friction. A precision ground top rotor further minimizes wobble.

Rotary table ACR-55UT can be combined with other IntelLiDrives rotary tables for multi-axes rotational systems.

Matching motor controller with RS-232, USB, CAN-bus and Ethernet interfaces is available for seamless integration.

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