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guideway

(ˈɡaɪdˌweɪ)
n
(General Engineering) a track that controls the motion of something that moves along it, as the moving object is fitted to the track and so turns when the track turns
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Featuring a new ergonomic design with lapped guideways and larger display, the MarCal 16 EWR offers protection against dust, coolants, and lubricants, extended three-year battery life, and an innovative zero-reference system.
3-39 announces that Professional Services are required to perform bridge inspection of elevated guideways and pedestrian bridges in compliance with Federal, State and local requirements, perform underwater bridge inspections as well as load ratings of all Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) guideways, emergency and non-emergency structural analysis and design of repairs and retrofits, use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to gather field inspection data.
Guideways are an important part of our transportation systems.
the table and workpiece remain stationary during machining, so there are uniform loads to the guideways, ballscrews, and spindle motor, which mean more precise machining).
Hiwin indicated that its robust revenues seen in the past few months resulted from customers heavily restocking inventories of linear guideways and ball screws, with the sales booms expected to last into the coming months of this year.
Standards for structural loads and forces for guideways are also included.
The right drilling and insertion unit re-positions quickly on Linear guideways and is Locked into position using the pneumatic clamping device, making setup for different door heights quick and easy Tritec says.
Guideways are equipped with high precision twin ballscrews and twin servo motors that provide the capability of running speeds of 1,417"/min.
Features include factory-lubricated bearings, an integrated stepper motor with positioning control, a configurable 3D CAD generator and hybrid ball rail guideways.
Other bearing calculation tools normally use simplified calculation methods that ignore displacement, tilting and the consideration of rigid or elastic guideways and carriages.
By installing automatic lubrication systems on its electroplating robots, a coatings company is claimed to have saved around 45,000[euro] over the last three years, by eliminating plant downtime due to insufficient lubrication of linear bearings and guideways.