This configuration can inspect while the products are in motion.
The Center Column Indexing Drive has a coaxial output that consists of a continuous shaft, an intermittent output, and a stationary shaft. This dial is driven by the continuous shaft while the inspection devices are driven by the intermittent shaft. The intermittent shaft moves in sync with the dial to allow standstill vision inspections.
Performs inspection synchronized with the moving workpieces.
The output shaft of this Oscillating Drive moves the inspection devices back and forth via gears. The inspection devices can be synchronized to move with the continuously moving workpieces for a fixed period. This makes the workpieces appear motionless during the inspection.
Multi-unit Drive off a Single Gear
This configuration can synchronize multiple units in a small footprint.
The housings of the 6GW and 6GX have an internal drive gear that can be driven by a plain gear. This allows you to easily synchronize multiple units. We offer this mechanism as a standard chassis in our BH Series.
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