By definition a linear actuator is simply an apparatus that builds upon displacement and motion, derived from a readily accessible supply of energy. The linear actuator does so in a linear approach that goes against the revolving technique that is exercised within the rotation of an electric motor. There in essence, exists a number of diverse ways in which this linear movement could be accomplished with a number of singular cases in points.
The Rotary table is part of the vital equipment that a machinist uses to produce different metalwork designs. The equipment achieves precise designs in metal works by enabling the designer drill and cut metal pieces at regular intervals along a fixed axis. The table can be used in tandem with index plates or dividing plates. The operator of such a table uses a rotary fixture to attach it firmly to the working surface
Robotic Rotary Table
Precision in metalwork is very important because if a mistake is occurs when drilling and cutting in then the whole procedure and production might be affected or compromised. An instrument one could use to achieve this type precision in metalwork is the robotic rotary table. Its work is to enable a person using it to cut and drill at same intervals around a vertical or horizontal axis that is fixed on the piece of metal one is working on. The instrument is a combination of a robotic cell and the rotary table. It also contains a circuit. This type of rotary table has many uses. One of its uses is to process motor vehicle wheels, which are utilized in vehicles. The robotic rotary tables are also very useful in water fitting and are a favorite despite them being relatively new in the market.
The XY system, also known as the Scatter chart, is the most powerful visual evaluation tool that a performance based individual has at their disposal. It displays series as a set of points and has two value axes, which are X and Y. One set of numerical data is shown along the x-axis and the other along the y-axis. The XY system combines the two value axes into single data points and displays them in uneven intervals, or clusters. The x-axis can only be a value axis meaning that it displays only numeric data. Numeric data can be displayed with greater flexibility by changing the scaling options on the x-axis. For this reason, XY systems are commonly used to display and compare numeric values such as statistical, engineering and scientific data.
XY tables are tables which are belt driven for perfect positioning and are more ideal than traditional tables that use screws. These XY tables are useful for several purposes and enable some applications to be performed more easily. Some of the applications that require use of these tables include positioning of sensors, performing machining that is not heavy duty, and automating operations that involve pick-and-place. These programmable XY tables come in different models and the companies that produce them provide a huge configuration range to enable the customer to end up with the perfect table for their specific need and application. The best XY tables are those whose parts are movable below the laser head. These movable parts are controlled by custom-laser software. The XY tables are positioned to the users marking fields of choice.
ROTARY TABLE tackles large 300mm wafers
The 350 mm diameter center opening in the RotoRing300™ rotary table easily accommodates large 300 mm (12″) semiconductor wafers, allowing for eased extraction of the chip dies from the wafer during semiconductor assembly manufacturing processes. The RotoRing300™ direct drive rotary table from IntelLiDrives adapts linear motor technology, coupled with air bearings, to provide faster and more accurate handling of the 300 mm semiconductor wafers. Presently, semiconductor assembly equipment manufacturers do only limited wafer rotation, but RotoRing™ rotary table goes 360°, at up to 100 rpm. New RotoRing rotary tables not only allow larger angle of wafer alignment, but also complete rotation of the wafer to reduce die transfer time and significantly increase equipment throughput. The large open center architecture of the rotary table allows extraction of every chip die from the pre-cut 300 mm wafer.