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New PlanarSL X-Y ball-screw stage from Aerotech delivers economical precision two-axis positioning.
New PlanarSL X-Y ball-screw stage from Aerotech delivers economical precision two-axis positioning.

Abstract:
Aerotech (www.aerotech.com) has introduced an X-Y ball-screw stage for high precision applications from surface metrology to automation. The new PlanarSL is an economical alternative for applications that do not require the ultra-high speed and precision of the recently introduced PlanarDL.

Aerotech X-Y ball-screw stage for economical high performance Planar positioning

Pittsburgh, PA | Posted on April 16th, 2014

The low-profile mechanical bearing stage combines two axes of motion in a compact package. Its precision-ground and preloaded ball screw is designed to drive directly through the centers of friction and stiffness, resulting in superior geometric performance and accuracy.

Applications include: Electronics manufacturing Test & Inspection Metrology Automation Nanotechnology Laser Processing Metals inspection Micro-machining Semiconductor manufacturing Medical Laboratory

High-precision linear motion guide bearings provide excellent straightness and flatness with optimal support of the moving carriage over the entire XY travel. Sructural elements have been optimized for the highest possible planar performance.

In addition to the standard 24 VDC bipolar stepper motor, options include brushless and brush DC motors with high-resolution rotary encoders preconfigured for use with Aerotech controls.

The PlanarSL is available with low-thermal expansion (3.3 ppm/˚C) precision glass linear encoder scales on both axes for high-accuracy and repeatable positioning over long periods of time.

Aerotech is a leading global supplier of positioning and motion control products for industry, government, science and research institutions. Its products provide critical performance for demanding applications requiring high precision, high-throughput motion control solutions.

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Contacts:
Product Sales Contacts:
Australia
Lastek PTY Ltd
Phone: (61-8) 8443 8668
Fax: (61-8) 8443 8427

www.aerotech.com

CHINA
AEROTECH CHINA
Phone: +86 (21) 3319 7715

www.aerotech.com

TAIWAN
AEROTECH TAIWAN
William Yeh
Phone: +886 (0)2 8751 6690

www.aerotech.com

INDIA
LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL
Phone: +91 079-2692-6360
FAX: +91 079-2692-6380

www.aerotech.com

JAPAN
AEROTECH KK
Tadashi Imai
Phone: +81(0)47-489-1741
Fax: +81(0)47-489-1743

www.aerotech.com

MALAYSIA
Plant & Mill Motion Control Sdn Bhd
Phone: (604) 645 1861
Fax: (604) 644 8543

www.aerotech.com

SINGAPORE
Plant & Mill Supplies Pte Ltd
Singapore Office
Phone: (65) 6542 4211
Fax: (65) 6542 1318

www.aerotech.com

THAILAND
PMC Technology Co.
Phone: (662) 667 4501
Fax: +(662) 667 4506

www.aerotech.com

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