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PHD’s modular 7th axis liner actuator is a great solution to many automation applications as it is used to expand the working area for your Universal Robot. Created with a robust design, PHD’s transition plate that connects to the Series ESU Electric Belt-Driven Linear Actuator acts as a superior guide system to support the robot. In addition, there are three orientation options including vertical, overhead or wall mount that are achievable.

Available Orientation Options:

Vertical Mounting
Overhead Mounting
Wall Mounting

What are the benefits?

  • Torque limited features on servo-driven linear actuator can provide faults in case of collisions
  • With a maximum stroke of 5,500 mm, the 7th axis linear actuator can multiply working area of the robot tenfold
  • Transition plates and hardware available for direct mounting between electric linear actuator and robot