Highly Rigid Toothed Belt Axes
Toothed belt linear actuators from IAI are particularly suitable for high speeds, rapid accelerations and strokes between 200 mm and 3,200 mm.
All axes have a compact frame geometry and optimised cross section for maximum rigidity and load bearing capacity, making them resistant to twisting and deformation.
IAI linear axes with toothed belt drive are ideal for fast handling and positioning tasks in which high repeat accuracy with short cycle times are vital.
The double slider option of the IF and the new IFA series gives the possibility to vary the distance between the two sliders. This increases the overhang load capability and allows a wide variety of configurations.
Advantages at a glance
- High speed and acceleration
- High bending stiffness
- Long strokes
- Low maintenance
- Low noise
IF belt driven axes with double slider option
The linear axes with belt drive and 230 volt servo motor from the IF series are characterised by an extremely highly rigid base structure against torsion and deformation. The maximum stroke length is 2,500 mm, the maximum travel speed 1,750 mm/s. The toothed belt axes are equipped with a urethane drive belt that is highly durable and generates minimal abrasion particles.
Double slider option
With the double slider option, the distance between two sliders can be varied. One slider is connected to the toothed belt and linear guide, while the other, which ist only mounted on the linear guide, can be moved freely. This increases the overhang load length capability and adds a new dimension of flexibility to accommodate a wide variety of configurations.
EC toothed belt actuators with built-in controller
Part of the EleCylinder series are the recently introduced EC-B6/B7 toothed belt actuators with strokes between 300 mm and 2,600 mm. As with all actuators in this series, the controllers are already built in and two positions are freely selectable.
The maximum speed is 1,600 mm/s, the maximum payload can weigh up to 20 kg. Due to the toothed belt drive, the maximum speed remains constant even over long travel distances.