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www.hiwin.de

HIWIN GmbH

Brücklesbünd 2

D-77654 Offenburg

Phone +49 (0) 7 81 9 32 78 - 0

Fax +49 (0) 7 81 9 32 78 - 90

info@hiwin.de

www.hiwin.de

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is not permitted without our permission.

Note:

The technical data in this catalogue may

be changed without prior notice.

Positioning Systems Linear Motor Systems

accurate in terms of time and location. These positioning

systems are suitable for installation in a horizontal or

vertical position. Due to the direct drive, they are free of

backlash, very dynamic and are low maintenance. They

can be supplied as a complete solution including a drive

amplifier on request.

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Contents

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Contents

1 Product overview.............................................................................................................................................................7

2 General information.........................................................................................................................................................8

2.1 Glossary 8

2.2 Typical parameters 9

2.3 Typical properties of linear motor axes 10

2.4 General layout of the linear motor axes 10

2.5 Drive amplifiers for linear motor axes 11

2.6 General specifications for linear motor axes 11

2.7 Main components of the linear motor axis system 12

3.1 Order code for single linear motor axes 13

3.2 LMX1E linear motor axes 14

3.3 LMX1L-S linear motor axis 23

3.4 High-speed linear motor axis LMV 36

4 Cross tables.................................................................................................................................................................. 38

4.1 Order code for cross tables 38

4.2 LMX2E-CB5-CB8 cross table 39

4.3 LMX2L-S23-S27 cross table 42

5 Gantry systems............................................................................................................................................................. 45

5.1 Order code for gantry systems 45

5.2 LMG2A-CB6 CC8 gantry system 46

5.3 LMG2A-S13 S27 gantry system 48

6.1 Examples 50

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Product overview

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1. Product overview

LMX1E Page 14

Ideal for applications with a high degree of synchronization requirements

Optional enclosure by metal cover or bellow cover

Stroke is measured via optical positioning measurement system

incrementally or absolutely

LMX1L-S Page 23

Ideal for applications with high continuous power requirements

Optional enclosure by metal cover or bellow cover

Stroke is measured via optical or magnetic positioning measurement system

incrementally or absolutely depending on requirements

LMV Page 36

horizontal applications

Compact, zero-play setup

Maximised mechanical rigidity

Protected against dust

With coreless or iron-core motors

or iron-core motors

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General information

2. General information

2.1 Glossary

Acceleration Increment

This is the speed change per time unit, that is The smallest increment is the minimum stroke that a linear drive can travel repeat-

acceleration = speed/time or a = v/t. edly. It is determined by the > resolution of the linear drive plus the increment of the

motor and all errors in the drive line (reverse play, winding etc.).

Acceleration time

This is defined as the time that a drive requires to reach maximum speed from Magnetic attraction force Fa

standstill. This force is created between the primary and secondary parts of iron-core linear mo-

tors, by biasing voltage of the drive system, which must then be taken up by the guide.

Accuracy (absolute accuracy)

This, or the actual inaccuracy, corresponds to the deviation between a targeted posi- Motor constant Km

tion and the actual position. The accuracy along an axis is defined as the difference This designates the ratio of generated power and dissipation power and consequently

between the actual and target positions after all other linear deviations that can be is a measure for efficiency of a motor.

eliminated have been excluded. Such systematic and linear deviations are the result,

for example, of cosine errors, angle deviations, shaft lead errors, thermal expansion Multi-Index

etc. Accuracy is calculated for all relevant target positions of an application using to One incremental track is arranged on the scale. The sensor in the encoder head reads

the following formula: out 3 signals: incremental tracks A and B and Z-track for the internal reference signal.

Maximum of all sums of systematic target-actual deviations + 2 sigma (standard Each reference mark on the scale creates a reference signal (multi-index). An external

deviation). Accuracy must not be confused with > repeatability. reference switch is essential to trigger the reference signal. After operating the

external reference switch the next reference mark on the magnetic scale defines the

Back EMF constant Ku reference signal.

This is the relation between the back EMF voltage (rms) and the motor rotational

speed or speed (rpm or m/s). Back EMF is the electromagnetic force that is created Peak current Ip

during the movement of windings in the magnetic field of permanent magnets, e.g. in It is used for short-term generation of peak power. HIWIN defines peak current as

a servo motor. follows: Iron-core motors have three times the permitted continuous current of the

LMS series as Ip, coreless motors have three times the permitted continuous current

Continuous torque, continuous force Fc as Ip. The maximum permitted length of peak current is one second. Thereafter, the

A motor can produce continuous torque or nominal torque (with rotational movements) motor must cool down to the nominal temperature before peak current can be supplied

and continuous force or nominal force (with linear movements) in continuous operation again.

(duty cycle = 100 %).

Peak torque, peak force Fp

Continuous current Ic The peak torque (for rotational movements) or the peak force (for linear movements)

This is the current supplied over a longer period; the maximum permitted continuous is the maximum force that a motor can generate for approximately one second. With

current per winding is referred to as the nominal current. The continuous current is HIWIN, it is at the end of the linear modulation range at peak current Ip and is signifi-

characterized by the fact that the dissipation power results in motor warming of Tmax. cant especially during acceleration and braking.

Eccentricity Repeatability

This is the deviation of the center point of rotation of rotary tables from its position This may not be confused with absolute preciseness. A linear axis can have slight

during rotation. It is created by centering and bearing tolerances. preciseness, but high repeatability. The uni-directional repeatability is measured when

there is movement to a target position from an appropriately large stroke in the same

Flatness direction several times; doing this the other way around does not work. In the meas-

This is a measure for the vertical straightness of a movement on the X-axis. A devia- urement of bi-direction repeatability, there is movement to a target position is driven

tion from the absolute levelness is a shift on the Z-axis when moving on the X-axis. from different movement directions; doing this the other way around does work.

Force (in linear movements) or torque (in rotational movements) is given for defined This is the smallest stroke that can be detected by the positioning measurement

conditions, e.g. as continuous force or continuous torque at: system in use. The achievable > increment is usually higher than the resolution due to

25 °C ambient temperature additional factors.

Tmax winding temperature

100 % operating time for linear motors and torque motors Rigidity

50 % operating time for rotary tables This corresponds to the mechanical deformation resistance that a component or as-

or as peak force or peak torque. sembly has against a static external load in a steady-state, static state (static rigidity)

or the elastic deformation resistance that a component or assembly has against a

Force constant Kf dynamic force working from the outside (dynamic rigidity).

This is the winding-specific parameter used to calculate the resultant force as

F = I × Kf by multiplication with the input current.

Guide deviation

This is the linear deviation from the stroke axis. It is dependent on straightness (thus

the accuracy at the level of the table) and flatness (the accuracy external to the level

of the table).

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Single-Index Wobbling

The magnetic scale is split in two tracks, incremental track and index track. This is the angle deviation in the rotation axis from rotary tables during rotational

Depending on the specification one or several reference marks are located on the index movements, i.e. tipping of the surface of a rotary table. The causes are mainly

track over the entire travel distance. There are two sensors integrated in the encoder: tolerances in the bearing.

A sensor for the incremental tracks A and B and a sensor for the Z track that outputs

a reference signal when passing over one of the reference marks (single index). Winding resistance R25

Single-index-scales are always custom-made This is the winding-specific dimension that is produced by the winding resistance

at 25 °C winding temperature. At 80 °C winding temperature, the winding resistance

Straightness increases to approximately 1.2 × R25.

This is a measure for the horizontal straightness of a movement on the X-axis. A devia-

tion from the absolute straightness is a shift on the Y-axis when moving on the X-axis. Winding temperature Tmax

This is the permitted winding temperature. The actual motor temperature is dependent

Torque on the installation, cooling and operating conditions and consequently can only be

This is the dimension which causes a rotation movement in a body and consequently a determined in an actual case and cannot be calculated.

vectorial dimension, which can be expressed in the following cross product:

M = r × F1

Fa Relatively constant force between primary and secondary part (magnetic basis) Ic For generating the current flowing for continuous force.

that must be handled by a mechanical guide.

Ip For short-term generation of the peak force of flowing peak current.

Fc Motor power, which is available in nominal operation as continuous force and

which results in warming to Tmax. Kf Winding dimension, which produces the created force with the current:

F = I × Kf.

Fp Motor power that can be generated for a short time, which is reached at Ip at the

end of the linear modulation range and results in substantial heating up when Ku Winding characteristic that in generator mode returns the armature back voltage

there is no cooling. generated at the motor terminals as a function of the speed: Ug = Ku × v.

Km Motor constant, which expresses the ratio of generated power and dissipation R25 Winding resistance at 25 °C; this increases to approx. 1.2 times the value at

power and consequently the degree of effectiveness. 80 °C.

Pv The heat output created in the motor winding, which results in a time-dependent

temperature rise dependent on the operating mode (current) and the ambient

conditions (cooling). Pv is especially high in the upper modulation range (at Ip)

due to the quadratic dependency of current, while only relatively slight warming

occurs in the range of the nominal current. Pv is calculated using the motor

constant Km for a movement section with the required force F: Pv = F/Km.

breakers; the created motor surface temperature is dependent on

the actual installation conditions (table size)

the heat dissipation conditions (cooling)

the operating mode and consequently the mean performance entry

and can only be determined if these variables are known.

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General information

HIWIN linear motor axes are directly driven axes with linear motors, which are de-

signed as a plug and play solution. Standardized energy chains and customized cable

guides are available as an option. These are suspended complete axes with positioning

measurement system, guides, limit switches and optionally with covers as protection

against environmental influences. An arresting brake can be built in optionally. Due to

the direct drive, the linear axes are free from backlash, very dynamic, low maintenance

and can also be equipped with several carriages. The linear axes are supplied as a

complete solution including drive amplifier on request.

Can be combined with other axes

No realignment

Low maintenance

Long operating life and high reliability

Extremely precise and fast positioning

Smooth running

High stroke speed

Compact design, consequently small space requirements

Optimum accuracy

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In standard or custom versions adapted to the local conditions. Other sizes possible EtherCAT

for additional carried lines. Other bolting sites possible. Profibus

CANopen

Three cables [2] Sercos

Output cable Serial via RS232

Encoder cable 10 V analogue

Limit switch cable Pulse/direction

Standard lengths 3, 5, 8, 10, and 15 m; the lines are CE and UL certified. Others on request.

(see Page 11)

The suitable drive amplifier is selected according to the customer’s applications

and parameterised in line with the linear motor axis to be supplied. This ensures the

dynamic running properties of the respective linear motor axis.

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2.5 Drive amplifiers for linear motor axes

The HIWIN servo drive D1-N supports rotary servo motors, linear and torque motors

and therefore the entire range of HIWIN motor types. Thanks to the large number of

encoder interface types as well as the analogue and digital Hall sensors, the D1-N

drive is suitable for a wide range of applications, also and specifically with linear

motors.

Alternatively, the HIWIN linear motor axes can also be operated with all conventional

linear motor drivers. Some examples of realised projects are listed in the following.

www.esr-pollmeier.de

Name Motor vmax amax Total length Lmax Repeatability Accuracy 4) Straightness 1) Flatness 1) See

type [m/s] [m/s²] [mm] [mm] [mm/300 mm] [mm/300 mm] [mm/300 mm]

LMX1E- ... LMC 5.0 100 3) 4,000 ± 0.001 2) ± 0.005 2) ± 0.01 ± 0.01 Page 14

LMX1L-S ... LMS 4.0 50 3) 4,000 ± 0.001 2) ± 0.005 2) ± 0.01 ± 0.01 Page 23

LMV LMSA 2.5 50 600 ± 0.005 2) ± 0.010 2) ± 0.01 ± 0.01 Page 36

1) Values apply only with an appropriate specified base frame.

2) Values apply to the optical incremental positioning measurement system with 40 μm periods of the sin/cos signal.

3) If bellow covers are used, the maximum acceleration could be restricted.

4) At 20 °C

axis type or the customer’s requirements. As standard, sin/cos 1 VPP is processed as an

output signal; a TTL signal is also possible.

The maximum operating voltage depends on the linear motor type in use. For iron-core

motors the maximum permissible operating voltage is 400 VAC. For coreless motors

the maximum operating voltage is 230 VAC.

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General information/Single linear motor axes

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Pos. Component Pos. Component

1 Holding plate for energy chain 11 Rail with magnetic MAGIC-PG scale

2 Motor plug coupling 12 Standard rail

3 Encoder plug coupling 13 Stator (secondary part of the linear motor)

4 Energy chain, cable routing 14 Stopping buffer

5 Assembly plates for sheet metal cover (optional) 15 Spacer for sheet metal cover (optional)

6 Carriage (forcer carrier plate) 16 End cap

7 Cam switches for limit and reference switches 17 Limit and reference switch connectors

8 Forcer (primary part of the linear motor) 18 Reference and limit switches with mounting bracket

9 Linear guideway block 19 Holding plate for energy chain

10 MAGIC-PG positioning measurement system 20 Basic profile

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3. Single linear motor axes

3.1 Order code for single linear motor axes

Linear motor axis Job number of drawing,

Axis type: several forcers, hall sensor,

X: Horizontal axis weight compensation, brake,

V: Vertical axis special mounting holes

H: Portal axis Energy supply size:

Number of axes: 0: Standard for LMC axes

1: Single axis 1: Standard for LMS axes

C: Customised

Axis profile:

L: Iron-core motors (LMS/LMSA) Energy supply alignment:

E: Ironless motors (LMC) 0: None (standard)

C: Customised 1: Horizontal alignment

2: Vertical alignment

Motor type: C: Customised

Sxxxx: Iron-core linear motor

Cxxx: Ironless linear motor Cover:

0: None (standard)

Number of carriages A: Metal cover

Travel length [mm] B: Bellow cover

Positioning measurement system: Limit switches:

A: Optical, period 40 μm, analogous 1 VPP sin/cos 0: None

C: HIWIN MAGIC: magnetic, period 1 mm, 1 VPP sin/cos 1: Inductive, PNP (standard)

D: HIWIN MAGIC-PG: magnetic, period 1 mm, 1 VPP sin/cos 2: Optical, NPN

Magnetic scale integrated in guiding rail

X: magnetic, absolute with BiSS C interface

Magnetic, absolute with HIPERFACE interface

Optical, absolute, encapsulated with EnDat interface

Optical, absolute, encapsulated with DRIVE-CLiQ interface

Optical, absolute, encapsulated with FANUC interface

Optical, digital TTL, resolution 1 μm

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Single linear motor axes

LMX1E linear motor axes are equipped with a coreless motor and are well suited

for applications with a high degree of synchronous operational requirements. They

can also be used in cross tables. They are distinguished by their very flat design.

The stroke is measured incrementally or absolutely via optical encoders. The LMX1E

linear motor axes have very high dynamics and are available in overall lengths up to

4,000 mm.

Max. acceleration 100 m/s2

Max. speed 5 m/s

Up to 4,000 mm long

C

Hi

Bi

D

D

C

Bi

B

Hi

A C A

Energy supply alignment C [mm] D [mm] Internal dimensions Bi × Hi [mm]

Vertical 97 170 50 × 21

Horizontal 79 170 50 × 21

Description (order code) Motor type Fc Fp Weight of carriage Length of carriage vmax amax Dimension A Dimension B

xxxx = travel distance [mm] [N] [N] [kg] [mm] [m/s] [m/s2] [mm] [mm]

LMX1E-CB5-1-xxxx-C100 LMCB5 91 364 2.3 180 5 100 178 80

LMX1E-CB6-1-xxxx-C100 LMCB6 109 436 3.3 210 5 100 178 80

LMX1E-CB7-1-xxxx-C100 LMCB7 128 512 3.8 240 5 100 178 80

LMX1E-CB8-1-xxxx-C100 LMCB8 145 580 4.5 280 5 100 178 80

LMX1E-CB5-1-xxxx-C1A0 LMCB5 91 364 2.5 180 5 100 178 95/105 1)

LMX1E-CB6-1-xxxx-C1A0 LMCB6 109 436 3.5 210 5 100 178 95/105 1)

LMX1E-CB7-1-xxxx-C1A0 LMCB7 128 512 4.0 240 5 100 178 95/105 1)

LMX1E-CB8-1-xxxx-C1A0 LMCB8 145 580 4.7 280 5 100 178 95/105 1)

Fc = Continuous power, 100 % duty cycle, at 100 °C winding temperature

Fp = Peak force (1 s)

Electrical parameters for linear motors see catalogue “Linear Motors”

1) See dimensional tables Page 19 till Page 22

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3.2.1 LMX1E linear motor axes without cover

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1E-CB5 linear motor axis without cover

+ Direction

60 180 Effective Stroke

(22)

35 110 80

11

22

36.5

180

158

178

105

22

Limit switch

(89)

4-M6×1.0P×12 DP

(68)

2×2-Ø6H7THRU

2× (N+1)-Ø6.5THRU;

Ø11× 8.5 DP

75 75

L1 N ×150

15 L-30

L All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200 1,300 1,400 1,500

L1 [mm] 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60

N 1 1) 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 8 9

Weight [kg] 18 22 26 30 34 38 42 46 50 54 58 62

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1E-CB6 linear motor axis without cover

+ Direction

(22)

35 2×70=140 80

36.5

11

22

180

158

178

105

22

Limit switch

6-M6×1.0P×12 DP

(68)

2×2-Ø6H7 THRU

2×(N+1)-Ø6.5THRU,

Ø11×8.5 DP

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 430 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530

L1 [mm] 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75

N 1 1) 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9

Weight [kg] 19 23 27 31 35 39 43 47 51 55 59 63

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Dimensions and weights of the LMX1E-CB7 linear motor axis without cover

+ Direction

(22)

15 3×70=210 80

36.5

11

22

180

158

178

105

22

Limit switch

8-M6×1.0P×12DP

(89)

(68)

2×2-Ø6H7THRU

2×(N+1)-Ø6.5THRU;

Ø11×8.5DP

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 460 560 660 760 860 960 1,060 1,160 1,260 1,360 1,460 1,560

L1 [mm] 65 40 90 65 40 90 65 40 90 65 40 90

N 1 1) 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9

Weight [kg] 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 64

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1E-CB8 linear motor axis without cover

+Direction

(22)

36.5

11 35 3×70 = 210 80

22

180

158

105

178

22

Limit switch

(89)

8-M6×1.0P×10 DP

(68)

2×2-Ø6H7THRU

2×(N+1)-Ø6.5THRU;

Ø11×8.5 DP

75 75

L1 N ×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200 1,300 1,400 1,500 1,600

L1 [mm] 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35

N 1 1) 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 8 9 10

Weight [kg] 21 25 29 33 37 41 45 49 53 57 61 65

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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3.2.2 LMX1E linear motor axes with cover

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1E-CB5 linear motor axis with cover

+ Direction

(22)

35 110 H

36.5

11

22

180

158

178

105

22

Limit switch

(89)

4-M6×1.0P×12DP

(68)

2 ×2-Ø6H7THRU

2×(N+1)-Ø6.5THRU;

Ø11×8.5DP

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200 1,300 1,400 1,500

L1 [mm] 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60

N 1 1) 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 8 9

Weight [kg] 19 23 27 31 35 39 43 47 51 55 59 63

H [mm] 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 105 105

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1E-CB6 linear motor axis with cover

+ Direction

(22)

35 2×70 =140

36.5

H

11

22

180

158

178

105

22

Limit switch

(89)

6-M6×1.0P×12 DP

(68)

2×2-Ø6H7THRU

2×(N+1)-Ø6.5THRU;

Ø11× 8.5 tief

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 430 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530

L1 [mm] 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75

N 1 1) 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9

Weight [kg] 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 64

H [mm] 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 105 105

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Dimensions and weights of the LMX1E-CB7 linear motor axis with cover

+ Direction

(22)

15 3×70 = 210

36.5

H

11

22

180

158

105

178

22

Limit switch

(89)

8-M6×1.0P×12 DP

(68)

2×2-Ø6H7THRU

2×(N+1)-Ø6.5THRU;

Ø11×8.5DP

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 460 560 660 760 860 960 1,060 1,160 1,260 1,360 1,460 1,560

L1 [mm] 65 40 90 65 40 90 65 40 90 65 40 90

N 1 1) 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9

Weight [kg] 21 25 29 33 37 41 45 49 53 57 61 65

H [mm] 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 105 105

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1E-CB8 linear motor axis with cover

+ Direction

60 280 Effective Stroke

(22)

35 3×70 = 210

36.5

11 H

22

180

158

178

105

22

Limit switch

8-M6×1.0P×10 DP

(89)

(68)

2×2-Ø6H7THRU

2×(N+1)-Ø6.5THRU;

Ø11×8.5 DP

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200 1,300 1,400 1,500 1,600

L1 [mm] 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35

N 1 1) 3 4 4 5 6 6 7 8 8 9 10

Weight [kg] 22 26 30 34 38 42 46 50 54 58 62 66

H [mm] 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 95 105 105

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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3.3 LMX1L-S linear motor axis

LMX1L linear motor axis are equipped with an iron-core motor, which provides

substantial continuous force. They can also be used in cross tables. The stroke is

measured via the optical or magnetic positioning measurement systems incrementally

or absolutely. The LMX1L-S linear motor axis have a very compact design and are

available in overall lengths up to 4,000 mm.

Max. acceleration 50 m/s2

Max. speed 4 m/s

Up to 4,000 mm long

C

Hi

Bi

D

D

B

C

B

Bi

A C A Hi

Energy supply alignment C [mm] D [mm] Internal dimensions Bi × Hi [mm]

Vertical 115 223 68 × 21

Horizontal 89 222 68 × 21

Description (order code) Motor type Fc Fp Weight of carriage Length of carriage vmax amax Dimension A Dimension B

xxxx = stroke [mm] [N] [N] [kg] [mm] [m/s] [m/s2] [mm] [mm]

LMX1L-S23-1-xxxx-D100 LMS23 240 480 7.5 200 4.0 50 178 90

LMX1L-S27-1-xxxx-D100 LMS27 382 764 9.5 280 4.0 50 178 90

LMX1L-S37-1-xxxx-D100 LMS37 535 1,070 12.0 280 3.5 1) 50 202 95

LMX1L-S37L-1-xxxx-D100 LMS37L 535 1,070 12.0 280 4.0 50 202 95

LMX1L-S47-1-xxxx-D100 LMS47 733 1,466 18.0 280 2.5 1) 50 232 95

LMX1L-S47L-1-xxxx-D100 LMS47L 733 1,466 18.0 280 4.0 50 232 95

LMX1L-S57-1-xxxx-D100 LMS57 879 1,758 22.0 280 2.0 1) 50 252 100

LMX1L-S57L-1-xxxx-D100 LMS57L 879 1,758 22.0 280 4.0 50 252 100

LMX1L-S67-1-xxxx-D100 LMS67 1,069 2,138 26.0 280 2.0 1) 50 272 100

LMX1L-S67L-1-xxxx-D100 LMS67L 1,069 2,138 26.0 280 4.0 50 272 100

LMX1L-S23-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS23 240 480 7.8 200 4.0 50 178 102/111 2)

LMX1L-S27-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS27 382 764 9.9 280 4.0 50 178 102/111 2)

LMX1L-S37-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS37 535 1,070 12.5 280 3.5 1) 50 202 107/116 2)

LMX1L-S37L-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS37L 535 1,070 12.5 280 4.0 50 202 107/116 2)

LMX1L-S47-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS47 733 1,466 18.8 280 2.5 1) 50 232 107/116 2)

LMX1L-S47L-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS47L 733 1,466 18.8 280 4.0 50 232 107/116 2)

LMX1L-S57-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS57 879 1,758 23.0 280 2.0 1) 50 252 112/121 2)

LMX1L-S57L-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS57L 879 1,758 23.0 280 4.0 50 252 112/121 2)

LMX1L-S67-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS67 1,069 2,138 27.0 280 2.0 1) 50 272 112/121 2)

LMX1L-S67L-1-xxxx-D1A0 LMS67L 1,069 2,138 27.0 280 4.0 50 272 112/121 2)

Fc = Continuous force, 100 % duty cycle, at 120 °C winding temperature Fp = peak force (1 s)

Electrical parameters of LMS linear motors: see catalogue “Linear Motors”

1) Limited by back-EMF of the motor winding; 2) See dimensional tables Page 30 till Page 35

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S23 linear motor axis without cover

+ Direction

75 30 2×70=140

90

(22)

8 184

11

22

42.5

178

180

158

93

22

Limit switch

92.5

4-Ø9H7×2.1DP; M6×1P×12DP

6-M6×1P×12DP

(78)

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 450 550 650 750 850 950 1,050 1,150 1,250 1,350 1,450 1,550

L1 [mm] 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85

N 1 1) 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9

Weight [kg] 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 35 36 39 40

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S27 linear motor axis without cover

+ Direction

75 35 3×70=210

48 184 90

(22)

42.5

11

22

180

158

178

93

22

Limit switch

92.5

8-M6×1P×12DP

4-Ø9H7×2.1DP; M6×1P×12DP

(78)

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 23 26 28 29 32 34 36 38 39 42 43 45

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S37 and LMX1L-S37L linear motor axes without cover

+ Direction

75 35 3×70=210

95

(22)

43.5

48 184

11

22

202

182

204

115

22

Limit switch

92.5

4-Ø9H7×2.1DP; M6×1P×12DP

8-M8×1.25P×16DP

(80)

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Table 3.15 Dimensions and weights of LMX1L-S37 and LMX1L-S37L without cover

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 27 29 32 34 37 39 41 44 46 49 51 54

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S47 and LMX1L-S47L linear motor axes without cover

+ Direction

75 35 3×70=210 95

(22)

43.5

48 184

22

21211

232

234

145

22

Limit switch

92.5

4-Ø9H7×2.1DP; M6×1P×12DP

8-M8×1.25P×16DP

(78)

2×(N+1)-Ø9THRU; Ø14×10DP

2×2-Ø6H7THRU

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Table 3.16 Dimensions and weights of LMX1L-S47 and LMX1L-S47L without cover

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 37 39 42 45 48 51 54 57 60 63 65 69

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S57 and LMX1L-S57L linear motor axes without cover

+ Direction

100

75 35 3×70=210

(22)

43.5

11

22

232

252

254

165

22

8-M8×1.25P×16DP Limit switch

92.5

(78)

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L All values in mm

Table 3.17 Dimensions and weights of LMX1L-S57 and LMX1L-S57L without cover

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 41 43 47 50 53 57 60 63 66 70 72 76

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S67 and LMX1L-S67L linear motor axes without cover

+ Direction

100

(22)

75 35 3×70=210

43.5

11

22

274

252

272

185

22

8-M8×1.25P×16DP Limit switch

92.5

(78)

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L All values in mm

Table 3.18 Dimensions and weights of LMX1L-S67 and LMX1L-S67L without cover

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 44 47 51 54 58 62 65 69 72 76 79 83

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S23 linear motor axis with cover

+ Direction

75 30 2×70=140

H

(22)

8 184

11

22

42.5

180

158

178

93

22

Limit switch

92.5

4-Ø9H7×2.1DP; M6×1P×12DP

6-M6×1P×12DP

(78)

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 450 550 650 750 850 950 1,050 1,150 1,250 1,350 1,450 1,550

L1 [mm] 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85 60 35 85

N 1 1) 3 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9

Weight [kg] 21 23 24 27 29 30 33 34 37 38 40 42

H [mm] 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 111 111

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S27 linear motor axis with cover

+ Direction

75 35 3×70=210

H

(22)

42.5

48 184

11

22

180

158

178

93

22

Limit switch

92.5

8-M6×1P×12DP

4-Ø9H7×2.1DP; M6×1P×12DP

(78)

2×(N+1)-Ø6.5THRU; Ø11×8.5DP

2×2-Ø6H7THRU

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 24 26 28 29 32 34 36 38 39 42 43 45

H [mm] 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 102 111 111

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S37 and LMX1L-S37L linear motor axes with cover

+ Direction

75 35 3×70=210 H

(22)

43.5

48 184

11

22

202

204

182

115

22

Limit switch

92.5

4-Ø9H7×2.1DP; M6×1P×12DP

8-M8×1.25P×16DP (78)

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Table 3.21 Dimensions and weights of LMX1L-S37 and LMX1L-S37L with cover

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 28 31 33 36 38 41 43 46 48 51 53 56

H [mm] 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 116 116

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S47 and LMX1L-S47L linear motor axes with cover

+ Direction

75 35 3×70=210 H

(22)

43.5

48 184

11

22

234

212

232

145

22

Limit switch

92.5

4-Ø9H7×2.1DP;M6×1P×12DP

8-M8×1.25P×16 DP (78)

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Table 3.22 Dimensions and weights of LMX1L-S47 and LMX1L-S47L with cover

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 38 41 44 47 50 53 56 59 62 65 68 71

H [mm] 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 107 116 116

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S57 and LMX1L-S57L linear motor axes with cover

+ Direction

75 35 3×70=210 H

(22)

43.5

11

22

254

232

252

165

22

Limit switch

92.5

8-M8×1.25P×16DP

(78)

75 75

150

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L

All values in mm

Table 3.23 Dimensions and weights of LMX1L-S57 and LMX1L-S57L with cover

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 42 45 49 51 55 59 62 65 68 72 75 79

H [mm] 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 121 121

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Dimensions and weights of the LMX1L-S67 and LMX1L-S67L linear motor axes with cover

+ Direction

75 35 3×70=210 H

(22)

43.5

11

22

274

252

272

185

22

Limit switch

92.5

8-M8×1.25P×16DP

(78)

2×(N+1)-Ø9THRU; Ø14×10DP

2×2-Ø6H7THRU

75 75

L1 N×150

15 L-30

L All values in mm

Table 3.24 Dimensions and weights of LMX1L-S67 and LMX1L-S67L with cover

Stroke [mm] 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 1,100 1,200

Total length L [mm] 530 630 730 830 930 1,030 1,130 1,230 1,330 1,430 1,530 1,630

L1 [mm] 100 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50 25 75 50

N 1 1) 3 4 5 5 6 7 7 8 9 9 10

Weight [kg] 46 49 53 56 60 64 67 71 74 79 82 86

H [mm] 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 121 121

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Single linear motor axes

The new generation of small- to medium-load LMV linear motor axes was developed

specifically for “more compact, lighter, and highly dynamic” solutions. The consid-

erably reduced moving masses and the new linear motors from the LMSA series gave

rise to a highly dynamic positioning axis that can bring its advantages to bear for both

horizontal and vertical applications. Unlike other linear motor axes, the HIWIN linear

motor axis LMV is characterised by maximised mechanical stability in a compact,

weight-optimised design.

The QE series linear guideways featuring tried-and-tested SynchMotion™ technology

have been optimised for high synchronism, speed, and acceleration; minimum noise

emissions; and very long relubrication intervals. The extremely compact and virtually

wear-free weight compensation operates with a magnetic constant force spring or

pneumatic cylinder for the best dynamic properties in vertical applications.

Highly dynamic positioning axis, for vertical and horizontal applications

Repeatability 0.005 mm with absolute positioning measurement system

Compact, zero-play setup

Minimised cycle times

Maximised mechanical rigidity

Protected against dust

Maximum process reliability and service life thanks to wear-free drive

Stroke [mm] 50 180 300

Max. acceleration [m/s2] 50

Max. velocity [m/s] 2.5

Max. payload [kg] 3 30 1)

Motor LMSA11

Continuous force [N] 103

Peak force [N] 289

Repeatability [mm] 0.005 2)

Profile rail QE15

Positioning measurement system Absolute magnetic BiSS C; absolute magnetic HIPERFACE; incremental magnetic

Clamping (optional) Yes

Weight compensation (optional) Constant force spring Constant force spring, pneumatic cylinder

Energy chain (optional) Yes

1) With pneumatic weight compensation

2) With absolute positioning measurement system

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3.4.1 Dimensions of the linear motor axis LMV

130

100

50

M8 15 (5×)

75

50

120.5 140

15

(optional)

M8 16 (6×)

243 + Hub

80

165

203

40

31.5 77

47.5

15

All values in mm

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Cross tables

4. Cross tables

The linear motor axis of the LMX series can be combined to form cross tables. The

structure of the model number shows that almost any combination of LMX axis X is

possible. A cross table with LMX2E axis is shown in Section 4.2. Section 4.3 shows a

cross table with LMX2L axis.

Linear motor axis Job number of drawing,

Axis type: several forcers, hall sensor,

X: Horizontal axis weight compensation, brake,

special mounting holes

Number of axes:

2: Two axes Limit switches:

0: None

Axis profile: 1: Inductive, PNP (standard)

L: Iron-core motors (LMS) 2: Optical, NPN

E: Ironless motors (LMC)

C: Customised Positioning measurement system:

A: Optical, period 40 μm,

Motor type of upper axis: analogue 1 VPP sin/cos

Sxxxx: Iron-core linear motor C: HIWIN MAGIC: magnetic,

Cxxx: Ironless linear motor period 1 mm, 1 VPP sin/cos

Motor type of lower axis: D: HIWIN MAGIC-PG: magnetic,

Sxxxx: Iron-core linear motor period 1 mm, 1 VPP sin/cos

Cxxx: Ironless linear motor Magnetic scale integrated in

guiding rail

Travel length of upper axis [mm] X: Magnetic, absolute with

Travel length of lower axis [mm] BiSS C interface

Magnetic, absolute with

HIPERFACE interface

Optical, absolute, encapsulated with

EnDat interface

Optical, absolute, encapsulated with

DRIVE-CLiQ interface

Optical, absolute, encapsulated with

FANUC interface

Optical, digital TTL, resolution 1 μm

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4.2 LMX2E-CB5-CB8 cross table

Equipped with coreless linear motors

Slight inertia and fast acceleration

No cogging

Extremely stiff aluminium frame with low profile

Simple assembly

Name (article number) Orthogonality Repeatability vmax amax Motor type Fc Fp Weight of carriage

xxxx = stroke [mm] [arc-sec] [mm] [m/s] [m/s2] [N] [N] [kg]

LMX2E-CB5 CB8-xxxx-xxxx-A1 ± 10 ± 0.002 5 100 Upper axis: LMCB5 91 364 2.5

Lower axis: LMCB8 145 580 Weight upper axis + 4.0

Fc = Continuous power, 100 % operating time (ED), at 100 °C winding temperature

Fp = Peak force (1 s)

Electrical parameters for linear motors: see catalogue “Linear Motors”

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Cross tables

Y-Axis +Direction

Cable chain of Y-axis

(148)

½ Effective Stroke

Limit switch

X-Axis +Direction

35

110

180

178

105

LX

½ Effective Stroke

LX/2

36.5

4-M6×1.0P×10 DP

L2

Cable chain

of X-axis

136

158 11

180

LY/2

½ Effective Stroke ½ Effective Stroke

160

75 75

L1 N×150 2×(N+1)-Ø6.5 THRU;Ø11×8.5DP

15 LY-30

(45.4) LY

2×2-Ø6H7THRU All values in mm

Stroke [mm] Total length [mm] L1 L2 N Weight of carriage axis X Weight of carriage axis Y Total weight cross

Axis X Axis Y LX LY [mm] [mm] [kg] [kg] table [kg]

100 100 400 500 85 111 1 1) 2.5 20 44

100 200 400 600 60 111 3 2.5 20 46

200 200 500 600 60 161 3 2.5 22 48

100 300 400 700 35 111 4 2.5 20 48

200 300 500 700 35 161 4 2.5 22 50

300 300 600 700 35 211 4 2.5 24 52

100 400 400 800 85 111 4 2.5 20 50

200 400 500 800 85 161 4 2.5 22 52

300 400 600 800 85 211 4 2.5 24 54

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

40

4.2.2 LMX2E-CB5-CB8 cross table with cover

Y-Axis +Direction

Cable chain of Y-axis

½ Effective Stroke

(148)

Limit switch

X-Axis +Direction

35

110

180

178

105

LX

½ Effective Stroke

LX/2

36.5

4-M6×1.0P×10 DP

L2

Cable chain

of X-axis

136

158 11

180

LY/2

½ Effective Stroke ½ Effective Stroke

190

75 75

2×(N+1)-Ø6.5THRU; Ø11×8.5 DP

L1 N×150

15 LY-30

(45.4) LY

2×2-Ø6H7 THRU All values in mm

Stroke [mm] Total length [mm] L1 L2 N Weight of carriage axis X Weight of carriage axis Y Total weight cross

Axis X Axis Y LX LY [mm] [mm] [kg] [kg] table [kg]

100 100 400 500 85 111 1 1) 2.5 20 44

100 200 400 600 60 111 3 2.5 20 46

200 200 500 600 60 161 3 2.5 22 48

100 300 400 700 35 111 4 2.5 20 48

200 300 500 700 35 161 4 2.5 22 50

300 300 600 700 35 211 4 2.5 24 52

100 400 400 800 85 111 4 2.5 20 50

200 400 500 800 85 161 4 2.5 22 52

300 400 600 800 85 211 4 2.5 24 54

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Cross tables

Equipped with iron-core linear motors

Higher force and fast acceleration

Extremely stiff aluminium frame with low profile

Simple assembly

Name (article number) Orthogonality Repeatability vmax amax Motor type Fc Fp Weight of carriage

xxxx = stroke [mm] [arc-sec] [mm] [m/s] [m/s2] [N] [N] [kg]

LMX2L-S23 S27-xxxx-xxxx-A1 ± 10 ± 0.002 4 50 Upper axis: LMS23 240 480 7.5

Lower axis: LMS27 382 764 Weight upper axis + 9.5

Fc = Continuous power, 100 % operating time (ED), at 120 °C winding temperature

Fp = Peak force (1 s)

Electrical parameters for linear motors: see catalogue “Linear Motors”

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4.3.1 LMX2L-S23-S27 cross table without cover

Y-Axis +Direction

Cable chain of Y-axis

½ Effective

(148)

Limit switch

Stroke

30

X-Axis +Direction

70

178

200

LX

93

70

LX/2

42.5

Cable chain 6-M6×1.0P×12 DP

½ Effective

L2

of X-axis

Stroke

136

158 11

180

LY/2

½ Effective Stroke ½ Effective Stroke

180

2×2-Ø6H7 THRU

75 75 2×(N+1)-Ø6.5 THRU; Ø11×8.5 DP

L1 N×150

15 LY-30

(30.4) LY

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] Total length [mm] L1 L2 N Weight of carriage axis X Weight of carriage axis Y Total weight cross

Axis X Axis Y LX LY [mm] [mm] [kg] [kg] table [kg]

100 100 450 530 25 136 1 1) 7.5 22 48

100 200 450 630 75 136 3 7.5 22 50

200 200 550 630 75 186 3 7.5 24 52

100 300 450 730 50 136 4 7.5 22 52

200 300 550 730 50 186 4 7.5 24 54

300 300 650 730 50 236 4 7.5 26 56

100 400 450 830 25 136 5 7.5 22 54

200 400 550 830 25 186 5 7.5 24 56

300 400 650 830 25 236 5 7.5 26 58

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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Cross tables/Gantry systems

Y-Axis +Direction

Cable chain of Y-axis

½ Effective

(148)

Limit switch

Stroke

30

X-Axis +Direction

70

178

200

LX

93

70

LX/2

42.5

6-M6×1.0P×12 DP

Cable chain

½ Effective

L2

of X-axis

Stroke

136

158 11

180

LY/2

½ Effective Stroke ½ Effective Stroke

204

2×2-Ø6H7 THRU

75 75 2×(N+1)-Ø6.5 THRU; Ø11×8.5 DP

L1 N×150

15 LY-30

(30.4) LY All values in mm

Stroke [mm] Total length [mm] L1 L2 N Weight of carriage axis X Weight of carriage axis Y Total weight cross

Axis X Axis Y LX LY [mm] [mm] [kg] [kg] table [kg]

100 100 450 530 25 136 1 1) 7.5 22 48

100 200 450 630 75 136 3 7.5 22 50

200 200 550 630 75 186 3 7.5 24 52

100 300 450 730 50 136 4 7.5 22 52

200 300 550 730 50 186 4 7.5 24 54

300 300 650 730 50 236 4 7.5 26 56

100 400 450 830 25 136 5 7.5 22 54

200 400 550 830 25 186 5 7.5 24 56

300 400 650 830 25 236 5 7.5 26 58

1) When stroke = 100 mm the mounting hole distance increases from 150 to 300 mm

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5. Gantry systems

The standardized gantry systems of the LMG2A series are systems with one-sided step

bearings. The LMG2A-C type has coreless linear motors. The LMG1A-S type is driven by

iron-core linear motors.

Linear motor axis Job number of drawing,

Axis type: several forcers, hall sensor,

G: Gantry system weight compensation, brake,

special mounting holes

Number of axes:

2: Two axes Limit switches:

0: None

Axis profile: 1: Inductive, PNP (standard)

A: Type A 2: Optical, NPN

C: Customised

Positioning measurement system:

Motor type of upper axis: A: Optical, period 40 μm,

Sxxxx: Iron-core linear motor analogue 1 VPP sin/cos

Cxxx: Ironless linear motor C: HIWIN MAGIC: magnetic,

Motor type of lower axis: period 1 mm, 1 VPP sin/cos

Sxxxx: Iron-core linear motor D: HIWIN MAGIC-PG: magnetic,

Cxxx: Ironless linear motor period 1 mm, 1 VPP sin/cos

Magnetic scale integrated in

Travel length of upper axis [mm] guiding rail

Travel length of lower axis [mm] X: Magnetic, absolute with

BiSS C interface

Magnetic, absolute with

HIPERFACE interface

Optical, absolute, encapsulated with

EnDat interface

Optical, absolute, encapsulated with

DRIVE-CLiQ interface

Optical, absolute, encapsulated with

FANUC interface

Optical, digital TTL, resolution 1 μm

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Gantry systems

Equipped with coreless linear motors

Slight inertia and fast acceleration

No cogging

Stiff aluminium bridge

Simple assembly

Name (article number) Orthogonality Repeatability vmax amax Motor type Fc Fp Weight of carriage [kg]

xxxx = stroke [mm] [arc-sec] [mm] [m/s] [m/s2] [N] [N]

LMG2A-CB6 CC8-xxxx-xxxx-A1 ± 10 ± 0.002/0.004 5 100 Upper axis: LMCB6 109 436 3.0

Lower axis: LMCC8 145 580 Weight upper axis + 3.5

Fc = Continuous power, 100 % operating time (ED), at 100 °C winding temperature

Fp = Peak force (1 s)

Electrical parameters for linear motors: see catalogue “Linear Motors”

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Dimensions and weights of the LMG2A-CB6 CC8 gantry system

½ Effective stroke

X-Axis + Direction

Limit switch

Y-Axis + Direction

280

59.5

Limit switch

½ Effective stroke

20 2×70=140

45 90 6-M6×1P×12 DP

198

115

427

22.5

2-Ø6H7×10DP

168.5

189

30

W 77 L

(W2)

3×(N+1)-M6×1P×12 DP

2×(N+1)-Ø11THRU; Ø18×12 DP

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] W [mm] W1 [mm] W2 [mm] W3 [mm] Weight of carriage [kg] Total weight axis X [kg]

200 740 440 817 110 5 25

300 840 540 917 135 5 29

400 940 640 1,017 160 5 33

500 1,040 740 1,117 185 5 37

600 1,140 840 1,217 210 5 41

Stroke [mm] N L [mm] L1 [mm] Weight of carriage [kg]

200 2 600 100 Total weight axis X + 6

300 3 700 50 Total weight axis X + 6

400 3 800 100 Total weight axis X + 6

500 4 900 50 Total weight axis X + 6

600 4 1,000 100 Total weight axis X + 6

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Linear Motor Systems

Gantry systems

Equipped with iron-core linear motors

Higher force and fast acceleration

Less cogging and constant speed

Stiff aluminium bridge

Simple assembly

Including solid aluminium plate

Name (article number) Orthogonality Repeatability vmax amax Motor type Fc Fp Weight of carriage

xxxx = stroke [mm] [arc-sec] [mm] [m/s] [m/s2] [N] [N] [kg]

LMG2A-S13 S27-xxxx-xxxx-A1 ± 10 ± 0.002/0.004 4 50 Upper axis: LMS13 203 406 5.0

Lower axis: LMS27 382 382 Weight upper axis + 7

Fc = Continuous power, 100 % operating time (ED), at 120 °C winding temperature

Fp = Peak force (1 s)

Electrical parameters for linear motors: see catalogue “Linear Motors”

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Dimensions and weights of the LMG2A-S13 S27 gantry system

½ Effective stroke

X-Axis + Direction

Y-Axis + Direction

280

43.8

Limit switch

½ Effective stroke

30 2×70=140

55 90 6-M6×1P×12 DP

171.5

115

410

24

2-Ø6H7×10 tief

168.5

189

30

W L

(W2)

3×(N+1)-M6×1P×12 DP

2×(N+1)-Ø11THRU; Ø18×12DP

All values in mm

Stroke [mm] W [mm] W1 [mm] W2 [mm] W3 [mm] Weight of carriage [kg] Total weight axis X [kg]

200 770 470 847 117.5 7 24

300 870 570 947 142.5 7 27

400 970 670 1,047 167.5 7 30

500 1,070 770 1,147 192.5 7 33

600 1,170 870 1,247 217.5 7 36

Stroke [mm] N L [mm] L1 [mm] Weight of carriage [kg]

200 2 600 100 Total weight axis X + 8

300 3 700 50 Total weight axis X + 8

400 3 800 100 Total weight axis X + 8

500 4 900 50 Total weight axis X + 8

600 4 1,000 100 Total weight axis X + 8

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Customized positioning systems

The standardized positioning stages shown in this catalogue are designed to handle

many different kinds of positioning tasks. For positioning tasks that cannot be solved

using standard stages, application engineers are available to work out an optimized

solution.

A few customized solutions are shown on the next four pages.

6.1 Examples

XY gantry systems make many applications extremely economical. Setup of the

gantry from standard components.

Repeatability ± 2 μm

Supplied with machine bed

Milling and microstructures with cutting tools and lasers are application areas in

which gantry systems can deliver a number of benefits. They are also an excellent

buy for your money.

Repeatability ± 2 μm

Tried and tested technology with high output

High precision X-Y Stages with air-cushions are the prerequisites for surface

monitoring, which even find the smallest errors, for example, in wafer production

for the electronics and chip industries.

Flatness ± 2 μm

Repeatability ± 0.5 μm

Accuracy ± 2 μm

Resolution 5 nm

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Microsystem technology and wafer processing

Absolute precision and suitability for clean room conditions are the prerequisites

for every drive in microsystem technology and wafer processing. Linear motor X-Y

Stages are ideal for these tasks.

Flatness ± 4 μm across the complete stroke

Repeatability ± 1 μm across both axes

Accuracy ± 4 μm across both axes

Clean room suitability class 100, optional class 10

Optionally suitable for vacuums up to 10–3 mbar

High degree of synchronization and extended operating lives are a must for optical

inspection systems such as laser scanners. Linear motors with air bearings fulfil

these requirements.

No cogging thanks to coreless linear motors

Stroke up to 1,500 mm

Photovoltaic-panel assembly

High dynamic positioning of silicium cells for 24 hours each day.

Vertical axes with adjustable mass compensation and clamping element

for emergency-stop

Delivery of the whole linear-motor-system consisting of Linear motor axis, drives,

cables for an inline inspection machine.

Stroke 550 × 550 mm

Repeatability ± 1 μm

High dynamism in spite of 100 kg mass to move

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Customized positioning systems

Automatic assembly

Dynamic Assembly of circuit boards in fully automated assembly lines.

Stroke 650 × 660 × 135 mm. Options include longer travel distances along

the lower axis

Acceleration 20 m/s²

Flatness ± 20 μm

Rectangularity 0.01°

Interferometrical survey of the axis

Delivery ready assembled in the base frame

Moveable Saw

Linear motor axis enables the cutting during the transport of bars.

Cycle time approx. 1.3 s (mass: 55 kg, Stroke: 1.5 m)

Speed 3 m/s

Acceleration 22 m/s²

Film transport

Film transport Compact and flat linear motor axis with high power density

integrated in the production line.

Stroke 300 mm

All components assembled on a customised base frame 600 × 500 mm

Optimal results make a high demand on evenness and rectangularity on a large

stroke. The metal particles of the laser machining necessitate the bellow cover.

Stroke 700 × 750 mm

Repeatability ± 2 μm

Flatness ± 0.01/300 mm

Rectangularity ± 5 arc-sec

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Dispenser

Highest requirements on the flatness.

High rigidity of the lower axis due to the steel frame

Upper axis stiffened by aluminium profile

Creation of a calibration chart to compensate the deviation of the flatness

Flatness ± 10/300 mm

Repeatability 5 μm

Laser scripting

High accuracy due the use of glass scales.

Stroke 400 × 110 mm

Lower axis positions the workpiece. Upper axis operates the laser

Repeatability ± 1 μm

Rectangularity 8 μm

Flatness ± 5 μm

Laser exposure

Excellent results enabled due to the very smooth motion of the coreless linear

motor axis.

High degree of synchronization due to the use of special linear guideways

Optimised adaptation of the axis profile to the existing machine frame

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Notes

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Linear Guideways Ballscrews Linear Motor Systems

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