Linear Slides

Page 39 Specifications subject to change without notice or incurring obligations Ideal for high precision, high load carrying capacity applications 1-20-99 Load Sizing Guide Center support can be added to EZ500 and larger slides. Center support dramatically reduces deflection and increases load capacity on long stroke applications. LOAD 2 (Tool Plate Load) LOAD 2 (Carriage Load) LOAD 3 (Tool Plate Load) LOAD 3 (Carriage Load) LOAD 1 FULLY EXTENDED Model EZ250 EZ375 EZ500 EZ625 EZ750 EZ1000 EZ1500 Twin Overhead Support Beam– On stroke lengths longer than ten times the guide shaft diameter (Example: EZ1000 is 1 x 10 = 10" stroke), a twin beam increases “Load 1” by a factor of 2.7 to 1. Single Overhead Support Beam– On stroke lengths longer than ten times the guide shaft diameter (Example: EZ625 is .625 x 10 = 6-1/4" stroke), a single beam increases “Load 1” by a factor of 1.9 to 1 . Stroke 1" 4.0 17 40 48 28 28 60 79 84 120 120 136 290 290 290 150 150 150 240 420 420 420 20" 4.0 12 30 24 36 70 70 30" 10 30 40 60 90 115 85 18" 1.8 5.8 12 6 12 24 34 5 13 32 30 40 80 84 16" 2.2 6.4 12.2 7 14 26 42 6 17 38 32 50 100 90 24" 50 70 104 195 335 410 250 14" 4.0 9.0 19 8 17 35 60 8 24 46 38 76 124 156 12" 5.0 12 30 12 24 50 76 12 36 60 42 90 150 210 18" 76 124 202 275 480 590 450 10" 1.4 4.8 9.6 5.4 15 28 36 4.0 11 22 10 30 60 64 8.0 26 40 15 44 76 136 24 50 96 50 100 200 320 9" 1.8 6.0 12 7.0 20 37 49 5.6 16 29 12 34 70 72 8" 3.0 8.2 16 8.0 24 48 56 7.8 20 38 17 56 96 100 12 36 60 36 80 140 200 36 80 130 66 156 280 430 12" 124 300 550 434 750 920 850 7" 4.0 12 22 12 29 64 72 9.0 26 56 22 60 120 115 6" 2.8 6.8 2.0 13 6.0 16 32 14 44 80 84 12 34 60 36 84 170 184 20 56 96 42 110 200 380 44 120 220 80 210 400 540 6" 510 600 800 800 920 920 920 5" 4.0 12 3.6 18 8.0 24 50 21 60 116 126 16 56 88 40 120 220 245 4" 1.3 2.5 4.0 19 6.0 18 8.6 33 12 36 70 24 84 160 144 28 76 140 60 160 310 420 56 114 200 64 190 360 480 80 220 470 110 320 600 600 4" 600 800 800 825 920 920 920 3" 1.8 4.0 8.0 38 12 28 14 60 24 60 110 44 120 220 264 44 124 150 84 250 420 420 2" 2.4 10 24 44 28 28 36 79 44 120 120 72 210 290 290 84 150 150 140 420 420 420 100 280 280 180 450 480 480 200 470 470 240 600 600 600 Load Type Load 1 Load 2 Load 1 Load 2 Load 1 Load 2 Load 3 Load 1 Load 2 Load 3 Load 1 Load 2 Load 3 Load 1 Load 2 Load 3 Load 1 Load 2 Load 3 Stroke Maximum Deflection .005" .015" .005" .015" .005" .015" .005" .015" .005" .015" .030" .005" .015" .030" .005" .005" .015" .030" .005" .015" .030" .005" .005" .015" .030" .005" .015" .030" .005" .005" .015" .030" .005" .015" .030" .005" .005" .015" .030" .005" .015" .030" .005" 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 adjustable stops, bumpers, or hydraulic shock absorbers – or reduce speeds. S A F E L O A D S (lbs. )

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