- Adoption of a rigid base, ball screw and servo control motor -
The TT employs a rigid base made of aluminum extruded material. It also uses a high-accuracy ball screw and a servo control motor to allow precision and eliminate misstepping.
- High path accuracy and constant speed -
The TT utilizes the high path accuracy and constant speed of the X-SEL controller. Additionally, it provides the same extensive functions and commands as the X-SEL controller.
With the 3-axis specification, the TT lets you perform three-dimensional arc interpolation and path movement. You can also use the TT together with a teaching pendant, PC software of other tools.
A maximum of 64 programs can be stored, and up to 16 programs can be run simultaneously. Up to 3,000 positions can be registered.
- The gate type for high rigidity or the cantilever type for saving workspace -
The gate type has its Y-axis fixed, so it withstands unbalanced loads well and is suitable in applications where the Z-axis receives a heavy load, as well as applications where a large portion of the load overhands the slider.
The cantilever type provides a wide, open work surface, so it is ideal when your equipment will be handling larger loads or loads with an irregular shape in a fixed condition.
- 2020 type (200 mm) or 4040 type (400 mm)-
In addition to offering two model types (gate type and cantilever type), the TT also provides two selectable operating ranges. Choose 200 mm x 200 mm (2020 type) or 400 mm x 400 mm (4040 type) as the operating range (X-axis / Y-axis) or the actuator. Whether your equipment is handling small loads or large loads, you can select an appropriate model to operate in the appropriate range.
The TT is available in a 2-axis specification and a 3-axis specification. The 3-axis specification comes standard with a Z-axis brake, which prevents the slider from falling when the power is off.
- Configured to support DeviceNet, CC-Link, ProfiBus, and Ethernet -
The TT can be connected to a common field network such as DeviceNet, CC-Link, ProfiBus, and Ethernet for the transmission and acquisition of position changes, production results and other data.
You can print out the pdf diagrams and then run the sample programs to trace out the patterns.
NOTE: When you print out the pdf diagrams, be sure to set the scale to 100% to ensure the correct print size.