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Aluminium Ball Bearing Vertical Stages 860-0098

Aluminium Ball Bearing Vertical Stages 860-0098

Aluminium Ball Bearing Vertical Stages with travel range of 5 mm is made in most compact design. Vernier scale is engraved on one side of the stage.

203 $
delivery Estimated delivery time: 5 - 6 days
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Code H, mm Travel, mm Weight Price Delivery Add to cart
860-0098-02 29...34 5 0.15 kg 203 $ 5 - 6 days
Sensitivity 1 µm
Tracking accuracy 1 µm
Reading accuracy 5 µm
Load capacity 3 kg
Lead screw pitch 0.5 mm
Guide Ball bearing
Material  aluminium        
Finish black anodized
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  • Compact
  • Lockable
  • High precision
  • Travel range 5 mm
  • See 860-0099 for 13 mm travel

Aluminium Ball Bearing Vertical Stages 860-0098 is made in most compact design. Vernier scale is engraved on one side of the stage. Travel range 5 mm. Locking mechanism to secure stages in desired position is made on the other side.

 

Two through holes for M3 screws are made in the positioner's platform for mounting on other suitable surfaces, for example on translation stage 860-0096. Can be fastened on mounting posts 820-0020 through M6 hole centered on the bottom surface.

 

Universal Base Plate 820-0135-03 is required to fix the stages to a flat surface e.g. optical table.