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BSB16-25C Manual X Axis Stainless Steel Ball Bearing 25 x 25mm Platform 3.2mm Travel Stage
    BSB16-25C Manual X Axis Stainless Steel Ball Bearing 25 x 25mm Platform 3.2mm Travel Stage
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    • BSB16-25C Manual X Axis Stainless Steel Ball Bearing 25 x 25mm Platform 3.2mm Travel Stage

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    BSB16-25C Manual X Axis Stainless Steel Ball Bearing 25 x 25mm Platform 3.2mm Travel Stage

     

     Suruga Seiki BSB16-25C  manual stainless steel ball bearing side push micromiter X axis stage with a stage platform size of 25 x 25 mm, load capacity of 4.0 kgf and a travel distance of +/- 3.2mm.Line Drawings of Suruga Seiki BSB16-25C Stage

     

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      The Suruga Seiki BSB16-25C is a manual stainless steel ball bearing side push micromiter X axis stage with a stage platform size of 25 x 25 mm, load capacity of 4.0 kgf and a travel distance of +/- 3.2mm.


       
      Specifications:        
     
    Size of stage face 25x25mm
    Operation position Side
    Travel distance +-3.2mm
    Travel distance per rotation of feed screw
    Travel distance per rocation of feed screw 10micrometer
    Travel guide linear ball guide
    Load capacity 4kgf 39.2N
    Motion accuracy Straightness 3micrometer
    Motion accuracy Pitching 30'
    Motion accuracy Yawing 25'
    Torelant moment load Pitching 2.0'/N・m
    Torelant moment load Yawing 2.0'/N・m
    Torelant moment load Rolling 3.5'/N・m
    Moment rigidity Pitching 3.2'/N・cm
    Moment rigidity Yawing 2.2'/N・cm
    Moment rigidity Rolling 2.2'/N・cm
    Degree of parallelization 30micrometer
    Driving parallelism 10micrometer
    Weight 0.07kg
    Material - surface finishing SUS440C‐low temperature black chrome finishing
     
         
                 
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