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High precision linear and rotary tables – at Southern Manufacturing

08 February 2011

LG Motion, a manufacturer and distributor of motion control components and systems will be showcasing new high precision linear and rotary tables from its own production program, as well as new positioning components from distribution partners.

Pride of place on the stand will be a range of very competitively priced moving coil linear slide actuators from SMAC Europe Ltd. These actuators are unique in that force, position and speed are totally programmable. They are designed to perform at exceptionally high speeds or very low speeds and with sub-micron accuracy and repeatability.

The LAS series has a standard positioning resolution from 5 microns down to just 0.1 microns and stroke lengths up to 100 mm. The range can replace leadscrew/ballscrew or linear motor driven actuator technologies for automated high speed precision positioning for pick and place, parts feeding, scanning, photonics lab, component testing and precision measurement in broad range of industrial and research applications.

In addition, LG Motion will highlight a selection of motion control components from other distribution partners including linear bearings from Schneeberger, specialist motors from Empire Magnetics and high precision linear and rotary position encoders from Heidenhain.
LG will also demonstrate its unique ability for custom design and manufacture of complete automation and motion control systems through its own in-house design and manufacturing departments.

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