New Techno Rotary Table RF Replaces Many CAM Driven Tables at Half the Price

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New Techno Rotary Table RF Replaces Many CAM Driven Tables at Half the Price

Techno, Inc. Linear Motion Systems is proud to release the New Rotary Table RF, a variable speed, infinite positioning rotary table that can be used in various industrial applications. Offered with optional accessories, magnetic brake, 3-Jaw Chuck and 490 mm diameter flat disk, the new RF provides customers the opportunity to complete their application without going to multiple vendors. The Rotary Table RF is available with stepper or servomotor and several different ratios, thus providing high-speed or high-torque options.

Techno Linear Motion Sales Manager, Joe Griffin exclaims "The New Rotary Table RF can be used in place of CAM driven tables with more versatility at half the price." The Rotary Table RF can take loads up to 170 lbs. It has a footprint of 410 x 275 mm and a height of 122 mm (stepper option) and 200 mm (servomotor option). Additionally, it can be mounted horizontally or vertically. This low backlash, rotary table is compact and sturdy, set in a rigid cast aluminum body.

Each Rotary Table RF is complete with a hardened, ground and flat milled steel rotary surface. Maximum output torque is 188 Nm and is available in 24:1, 52:1, and 100:1 ratios. Customers can choose between high-speed or high-torque options, based upon their application requirements. Techno's Rotary Table RF is recommended for use in pick and place, assembly, testing, inspection and dispensing applications.

View CAD Drawings, catalog specifications and more information on the New Rotary Table RF online at: http://www.techno-isel.com/Tic/Catdas/rotaryRF.htm , or call to speak with an Application Engineer at 1-800-819-3366.

NOTE TO EDITOR: You can pick up this release (and others) by using this secret deep-link: http://www.technocnc.com/pr/ to download a .zip file containing an .rtf and high-resolution .jpg file

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