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ELZU 80S X&Y-Axis WAC

Modular Linear Actuator, External Roller Bearing Guided, External Belt Driven, Model ELZU, X and Y Axis Wrap Around Carriage, 80S Read More
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Details

Size:
80S
Belt:
8M30
mm/Rev:
192
Number of Teeth:
24

Dimensions

Basic length Lx [mm]:
575
Basic length Ly [mm]:
475
A [mm]:
190
B [mm]:
126
C [mm]:
100
D [mm]:
68
E [mm]:
40
F [mm]:
60
G [mm]:
12.5
H [mm]:
30
I [mm]:
44
J [mm]:
110
K [mm]:
122
MM:
M6
N:
M10
OO:
M10
P [mm]:
90
Qx [mm]:
234
Qy [mm]:
284
T:
M8
V [mm]:
167
X [mm]:
39
Y [mm]:
38
Shaft Diameter and Length [mm]:
18 x 45
Key:
6x6x40

Speed

Speed Maximum [m/s]:
6

Forces and Torques

No-load torque [Nm]:
1.8
Tensile force 0.2 sec [N]:
2090
Tensile force permanent [N]:
1900
Fx dynamic [N]:
1800
Fy dynamic [N]:
3600
Fz dynamic [N]:
1800
Mx dynamic [Nm]:
140
My dynamic [Nm]:
230
Mz dynamic [Nm]:
220
Fx static [N]:
1900
Fy static [N]:
4600
Fz static [N]:
3000
Mx static [Nm]:
170
My static [Nm]:
270
Mz static [Nm]:
300

Geometrical moments of inertia of aluminum profile

Elastic modulus [N/mm2]:
70000
lx [mm4]:
1899000
ly [mm4]:
1897000

Weight

Additional Weight per 100 mm [kg]:
1.00
Basic Weight [kg]:
32.0

Values for Calulating Inertias

Pulley Material:
Steel
Pulley Diameter [mm]:
61.12
Effective Pulley Width [mm]:
100.0
Belt Weight [kg/m]:
0.256
Standard Carriage Weight [kg]:
7.04
No-load torque [Nm]:
1.2
Friction Coefficient:
0.01

More Details

The carriage is driven by an external linear belt that can be adjusted to reduce lash and is driven along the external roller bearings. The pulleys have maintenance-free ball bearings. Belt tension can be readjusted by a simple screw adjustment device in the carriage.

The ELZU consisting of two Y-axes and single X-axis, driven by one rotating belt. This belt runs around different deflection pulleys. Positioning is achieved by two motors. The coordinate is diagonal to the deflection points of the Y-axis. Advantage: A smaller amount of inertia is needed, thus enabling high accelerations to be achieved.