XY Phi high load positioning system for fast 3D tomography in synchrotron | travel XY 230 x 340 mm, Phi unlimited, rotary radius 800 mm, load up to 100 kg
Laboratory / Analytics
Ultrastable positioning of extremely high loads
This rotation positioning system was specially developed for the 3D examination of particularly large and heavy materials in the synchrotron. Sample sizes up to 400 mm can be positioned with heavy loads up to 100 kg. Due to the ultra-stable design for a constant, high-precision rotation speed, 3D X-ray inspections can be realized much cheaper and faster.
Very fast inspections with a large rotation radius
Individual extensions and customizations
Engineering services include the fitting of the systems to your structure and the desired controlls. Furthermore, we develop prototypes and like to adapt the systems to the environmental requirements of your application particle emission, radiation, temperature, precision special parts manufacturing, working height, collision protection, safety concept, compensation factor and filter, sensor mounting, brake, decoupling, special lubrication, special colors, holders, adapters, special motors with pharmaceutical approval, comprehensive documentation, test protocoll, llife cycle tests
Fields of application
This system has been supplied for various applications over many years for e.g.: Basic research, investigation of biological samples close to native state, sample manipulation, material research, material analysis, beamline, accelerator.
In the initial development, this positioning system was developed for sample examination in the synchrotron. Large material samples were to be imaged three-dimensionally using a tomography technique. A synchrotron in Switzerland was used to generate the very short wavelength X-rays. The challenge was the expected mass of the samples of up to 80 kg and their dimension of up to 400 mm, which results in a required rotation radius of 800 mm. It must also be possible to move this rotating unit by the longitudinal dimension of the specimen. In the direction of movement Y, a stroke of 340 mm is required.
|Travel||[mm; deg]||230||340||n *360|
|Repeatability unidirectional||[µm; deg]||± 1.8||± 1.8||0,03|
|Repeatability bidirektional||[µm; deg]||± 3||± 3||0.05|
|Positioning speed||[mm/s; deg/s]||10||10||15|
|Motor||Stepper Motor||Stepper Motor||Stepper Motor|
|Drive||Ball Screw||Belt Drive|