Posts tagged with "linear-module"

cartesian coordinate robot
A cartesian coordinate robot (also called linear robot) is an industrial robot whose three principal axes of control are linear (i.e. they move in a straight line rather than rotate) and are at right angles to each other.The three sliding joints correspond to moving the wrist up-down,in-out,back-forth.
For most linear guide and drive applications, grease is the better lubrication option. Oil lubrication is recommended for high-speed applications, CCM linear guide rail , it is designed for high speed industry area such as gantry robot, pick and place, industry conveyor.

A gantry robot consists of a manipulator mounted onto an overhead system that allows movement across a horizontal plane. CCM belt driven linear actuators are widely used in gantry system from electronic assembly and electronic manufacturing to vision systems and industrial automation.
Linear module, is a kind of module, which includes a baseplate unit, a table part, a spindle drive device, and a telescoping tube arrangement that encompasses the spindle and that has two tube elements that engage with each other in telescoping fashion in a movement direction, namely a tube element connected to the baseplate unit and a tube element connected to the table part.