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Vertical Reciprocator

1. Vertical Reciprocator WAGNER VU1

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The motion technology is flexibly applicable. Whether long or short, with this technology any motion sequence can be executed with precision. The horizontal sliding table allows for complex motions and thus ensures the coating of complex parts.

Special Advantages

 

  • Flexible application. A device for both long and short stroke applications and as a positioning device.

  • Intelligent drive concept. Ensures precise and durable path measurement with an intelligent frequency converter.

  • Stable mechanical construction. Lightweight, but robust design thanks to aluminium sections and clearance free precision linear guiding and ball cages.

  • Maintenance-friendly drive concept. The wire-enforced toothed belt ensures a long service life.

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VU1 Structure and Order Code

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Dimension of VU1

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2. Vertical Reciprocator WAGNER VU2

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The motion technology is flexibly applicable. Whether long or short, with this technology any motion sequence can be executed with precision. The horizontal sliding table allows for complex motions and thus ensures the coating of complex parts.

Special Advantages

 

  • Flexible application. A device for both long and short stroke applications and as a positioning device.

  • Intelligent drive concept. Ensures precise and durable path measurement with an intelligent frequency converter.

  • Stable mechanical construction. Lightweight, but robust design thanks to aluminium sections and clearance free precision linear guiding and ball cages.

  • Maintenance-friendly drive concept. The wire-enforced toothed belt ensures a long service life.

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VU2 Structure and Order Code

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Dimension of VU2

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