PRECISION POSITIONING HIGH PAYLOAD HEXAPOD WITH HIGH STABILITY.
KUBAN hexapod is a very stable 6DOF system designed to position elements in space with high precision and with a resolution of 1.5 µrad.
The configuration and the integration of high resolution actuators and high precision spherical joints enable KUBAN hexapod to achieve high performances of resolution and repeatability with up to 500 kg payloads.
For this hexapod, the actuators are the same as those used for JORAN hexapod, but with a more compact configuration.
- Travel range: ± 25 mm / ± 3 °
- Resolution: 0.2 µm / 1.5 µrad
- Repeatability: ± 0.5 µm / ± 2.5 µrad
- Payload: 500 kg
- Cleanroom ISO5
Manufacturer’s website: www.symetrie.fr/en
For more hexapods, https://www.axiomoptics.com/positioning-hexapods/
A HIGH-PERFORMANCE CONTROL CENTER
Controlling a parallel kinematics mechanism such as a hexapod requires fast and numerous calculations to transform the position instructions into motor current set points while permanently securing the motions.
For this, all our hexapods come with a high-performance control rack interacting with either our Graphical User Interface (GUI) or optionally directly with your software environment through an Application Programming Interface (API).
A COMPLETE AND FLEXIBLE SOLUTION
Our racks are made with:
■ a powerful multi-axis Delta Tau industrial controller
■ drivers sized to meet the needs of each application
■ input-output modules allowing various interactions with the hexapod environment.
Our robust and flexible controller solutions can be adapted to different types of motors (DC, brushless, stepper) coupled to various encoder technologies (absolute, incremental, linear, rotary).
Our controllers are compatible with our hand-held control unit in option.
CHOOSING THE RIGHT HEXAPOD FOR YOU
Symetrie offers a free software, HexaSym, that makes it very easy for you to check the possible travels and load capacities of each hexapod in their range. HexaSym will allow you to select the most suitable product for your application and to test a variety of possible configurations with it.
Want to learn more about Hexapods? Visit our application page HERE.