Belt drive actuators

The MSA Series Belt Drive Actuators can carry loads up to 500 lb and have a repeatability of +/-25 µm or better


The MSA Series Belt Drive Actuators can carry loads up to 500 lb and have a repeatability of +/-25 µm or better. Courtesy: MISUMI USAThe MSA Series Belt Drive Actuators are designed to optimize can be configured to carry loads up to 500 lb with travel speeds ranging from 1200 to 10,000 mm/sec, and standard lengths up to 6.25 m, with custom lengths available. The pulleys used in MSA Series Actuators feature precision-machined one-piece steel construction, nickel plated for durability and corrosion protection, and an integral shaft for superior strength. The tough timing belts are made of specialty steel cords molded into highly flexible polyurethane material to protect against damage and deformation. All MSA Series Actuator models have a repeatability of +/-25 µm or better. 


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