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Timing belt drive has sag-resistant design

The model AZ1040 drive has been added to the Amacoil-Uhing line of timing belt drives. The drive features a one-piece aluminum profile extrusion, which serves as the belt housing. T-slots and receiver...


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June 1, 2010
By MRO Magazine

The model AZ1040 drive has been added to the Amacoil-Uhing line of timing belt drives. The drive features a one-piece aluminum profile extrusion, which serves as the belt housing. T-slots and receiver grooves for the load carriage guide bars are incorporated into the profile design. This one-piece construction permits long, sag-resistant stroke lengths. The load carriage measures 188 mm by 160 mm (7.4 in. by 6.3 in.), and maximum travel speed is up to 5.0 m/s (16.4 ft/sec). The drive has a repeatability of plus or minus 0.2 mm (0.008 in.) over travel spans of up to 2,000 m (6.5 ft). The timing belt is made of a heavy-duty synthetic rubber with a built-in steel cord strengthener. Five models are available.

Amacoil

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