Electromate introduces the SMAC LAR55 actuator

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  Electromate Introduces SMAC LAR55 Actuator

5. July 2018 – Electromate announced the launch of the SMAC LAR55 actuator. The SMAC solution allows users to automatically check the following screw thread parameters:

  • Over or under sizes
  • Cross threads
  • Thread depth
  • No threads
  • Thread defect
  • Thread pitch
  • 19659004] Flat or Blockhole

SMAC automatic threading control solution provides detailed inspection and verification of all parts. It also identifies tool wear and enables SPC data acquisition for process control and quality systems.

An optional Thread Check Graphical User Interface (GUI) is also available. The graphical user interface, SMAC-Motion, provides a way to configure motion parameters of a variety of SMAC single / dual axis actuators and controllers.

The quality standards for automotive parts and assemblies have shifted from sigma sampling to zero-defect requirements. These more stringent manufacturing results can be achieved by a combination of containment through 100% inspections (elimination of bad parts) and correction through immediate feedback and adjustment.

SMAC programmable actuators provide 100% detailed inspection and verification for all mission-critical parts and include B. in screw thread testing, switch testing, quality measurements, stress testing, displacement testing and more.

Precise Z-theta motion within the LAR55 actuator provides a selection, orientation, and placement solution to inspect screw threads. SMAC offers a variety of linear linear drives LAR55 with direct drive or gear rotation units.

For some models, a vacuum-integrated shaft is available through the rotary motor to prevent dust buildup in the device. These Z-theta actuators can be programmed to control force / torque, position and velocity in all axes simultaneously with feedback capability.

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Finally, the soft-land feature of SMAC allows the device to gently land on a sensitive, controlled-force component to prevent damage to both the component and the drive.

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