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B57-70LR Manual 2 Axis Crossed Roller Goniometer Tilt Stage  Platform 70 x 70mm Travel 7 and 5 Degre
    B57-70LR Manual 2 Axis Crossed Roller Goniometer Tilt Stage  Platform 70 x 70mm Travel 7 and 5 Degre
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    • B57-70LR Manual 2 Axis Crossed Roller Goniometer Tilt Stage Platform 70 x 70mm Travel 7 and 5 Degre

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    B57-70LR Manual 2 Axis Crossed Roller Goniometer Tilt Stage Platform 70 x 70mm Travel 7 and 5 Degrees

     

    Suruga Seiki B57-70U Manual 2 Axis Crossed Roller Goniometer Tilt Stage.

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    The Suruga Seiki B57-70LR is a manual crossed roller worm gear 2 axis goniometer tilt stage with a stage platform size of 70 x 70mm, load capacity of 4.5kgf and a travel distance of (up) +/- degrees and (down) +/- 5 degrees. The center of rotation of the B57-70LR is 96mm above the stage platform. Operating contols are in the opposite postion from the B57-70L stage.

       
           
      Specifications:      
     
    Number of Axis 2
    Stage Surface Size [mm] 70x70
    Height of Rotation Center[mm] 96+-0.4
    Accuracy of Rotation Center Fluctuation -
    Travel Distance[mm] (Up)+-7 degree (Down)+-5 degree
    Vernier Min. Reading (Up)0.10 degree (Down)0.10 degree
    Travel Distance by 1 rotation of knob (Up) approx. 1.20 degree (Down) approx. 0.96 degree
    Travel Guide
    Travel Mechanism
    Crossed roller guide
    Worm Gear
    Load Capacity 4.5kgf 44.1N
    Tolerant Moment Load Pitching [N・m] 3.6
    Tolerant Moment Load Yawing [N・m] 2.8
    Tolerant Moment Load  Rolling [N・m] 3.6
    Moment Rigidity Pitching [/N・cm] 0.23″
    Moment Rigidity Yawing [/N・cm] 0.12″
    Moment Rigidity Rolling [/N・cm] 0.23″
    Weight [kg] 1.14
    Material: Surface Treatment Aluminum‐
    White Alumite
     
         
                 
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