The precision AR59-AV motorized 30-mm Clear Aperture Vertical Rotation Stage from Optimal Engineering Systems, Inc. (OES) features a 180:1 precision worm drive and deep grove ball bearings for resolution of ± 0.001° when microstepping (at 10 microsteps per step).
The parallelism of the table is less than 50 µm. The AR59-AV vertical rotation stage is suitable for micro robotics, metrology, vision systems, positioning of mirrors and lasers, laser machining or scribing, electronic assembly, testing, and photonics.
The clear aperture of the AR59-AV vertical rotation stage allows for vacuum or electrical lines, as well as optics. A knob on the motor shaft allows for manual positioning. This knob may be replaced with an optical encoder for position verification.
This compact black anodized vertical rotation stage with a full 360° of rotation and 30 mm (1.181 in.) clear aperture measures just 116.5 mm (4.587 in.) long x 80 mm (3.150 in.) high and the base is 60 mm (2.362 in.) x 60 mm (2.362 in.) for stability with 4 countersunk mounting holes for easy integration into new and existing applications.
The 59 mm (1.181 in.) diameter table has 8 drilled and tapped (8-M3x6l) mounting holes for easy mounting of tooling. It supports loads to 1 kg or 2.2 lb. Scales clearly display the angle of rotation.
Compatible with OES’s line of motion controllers, the AR59-AV vertical rotation stage is available as a Plug-and-Play system or with an optical encoder for position verification. Myriad vertical rotation stage and standard horizontal rotary stages are also available.
Optimal Engineering Systems (OES) is a manufacturer of motion control products including: Stepper motor controllers and drivers, solenoid electronics, and positioning stages and slides. Applications include: Animation, automated assembly systems, automation, CNC machines, flight simulation, inspection systems, linear and rotary stages, machine tools, medical devices, motion control camera boom systems, optical comparators, CMMs, pan-tilt gimbals, PCB assembly & inspection, pick-and-place, positioning stages, robotics, scanners, security cameras, telescope drive mechanisms, time-lapse photography, and winders.