Linear slides/stages - Parker Electromechanical Automation

Feb. 5, 2010
A guide covering manual ball slides and crossed roller slides, micrometer stages (standard and digital), and micrometer-driven rotary stages from Parker Daedal and Parker Bayside.
Manually driven positioning slides and stages are covered in a 144-page guide. The guide covers manual ball slides and crossed roller slides, micrometer stages (standard and digital), and micrometer-driven rotary stages from Parker Daedal and Parker Bayside.New are all of the available Parker Bayside linear slides and stages, including the SE Series – The extended-travel manual crossed roller slides; SP Series – The SE Series with stop plates on the ends of travels of the slides; SC Series – A crank-driven manual crossed roller stage; SK Series – A knob-driven manual crossed roller stage; and SW Series – A double-V design with no need for a base plate and a lower overall height crossed roller manual slide.An engineering reference section and a new quick-selection chart are also included.Parker Electromechanical Automation, a div. of Parker Hannifin Corp., 1140 Sandy Hill Rd., Irwin, PA 15642, (724) 861-8200,  www.parkermotion.com

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