Linear Slides

Page 25 Specifications subject to change without notice or incurring obligations with moderate side loads & minimum overall length requirements The Flexibility of Creating Custom 2-Axis Motion – All like model SE Series slides (except the SE500) can be joined together to create a 2-axis motion device using standard toolbars. The bearing block of the vertical slide is easily bolted to the toolbar of the horizontal slide because the bolt hole patterns in the bearing blocks and the toolbars are identical. A no-cost, optional toolbar (T3) is available for joining two SE500s. Because all SE Series slides (except the SE250) share identical toolbars with their “EZ” Series cousins, an “SE” slide is also easily combined with an “EZ” unit. Optional, no-cost toolbars (T3 & T4) are available for mixing and matching dissimilar “SE” and EZ” models. (See Toolbar Configurations in the order guide). Transition plate 12-16-98 Thin parts placer Horizontal unit Model SE625 Vertical unit Model SE375 Horizontal motion toolbar Allen bolts attach the vertical motion bearing block to the horizontal motion toolbar Thin Parts Placer – Standard transition plates are available for joining two SE Series slides to create extremely compact 2-axis motion devices. The bearing block of the vertical unit is bolted to the transition plate which is mounted to the toolbar of the horizontal unit. In cases where wider bearing separation is required on the horizontal unit (for longer strokes, heavier overhung loading, etc.), an EZ Series slide may also be combined with an SE Model. Two Model SE375 slides shown joined together Load Sizing Guide 6" 2.8 6.8 6.0 16 32 12 34 60 20 56 96 44 120 270 6" 510 600 800 2" 2.4 10 28 28 44 120 120 84 150 150 100 280 300 200 470 470 1" 4.0 17 28 28 84 120 120 150 150 150 5" 4.0 12 8.0 24 50 16 56 88 3" 1.8 4.0 12 28 24 60 110 44 124 150 4" 1.3 2.5 6.0 18 12 36 70 28 76 140 56 114 200 80 220 470 4" 600 800 800 10" 1.4 4.8 9.6 4.0 11 22 8.0 26 40 24 50 96 10" 200 340 600 16" 2.2 6.4 17.2 6.0 17 38 18" 76 124 202 18" 1.8 5.8 12 5.0 13 32 24" 50 70 104 9" 1.8 6.0 12 5.6 16 29 14" 4.0 9.0 19 8.0 24 46 20" 4.0 12 30 30" 10 30 40 12" 5.0 12 30 12 36 60 12" 125 300 550 8" 3.0 8.2 16 7.8 20 38 12 36 40 36 80 130 8" 300 385 650 7" 4.0 12 22 9.0 26 56 Stroke Stroke Model Number SE250 SE375 SE500 SE625 SE750 SE1000 SE1500 LOAD FULLY EXTENDED Safe loading involves a combination of factors including: bearing capacity, shaft strength and allowable deflection, life expectancy, how the load is applied, and how fast the load is accelerated/decelerated. – DO NOT OVERLOAD – Overloading can cause reduced product life, shaft bending and loss of positional accuracy, as well as bearing and seal failure. CAUTION: Heavy reciprocating loads can create damaging impact forces at end of stroke. It may be necessary to use stop collars, bumpers, or hydraulic shock absorbers – or reduce speeds. S A F E L O A D S (lbs. ) Maximum Deflection .005" .015" .005" .015" .005" .015" .030" .005" .015" .030" .005" .015" .030" .005" .015" .030" .005" .015" .030" Chart indicates safe loading with standard linear ball bearings

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