drylin linear axes with toothed belt drive are suitable for many positioning and adjustment tasks. The lubrication-free drylin W profile guide acts as a linear guide, and a toothed belt acts as a drive. The stroke is individually selectable. Thanks to the lightweight design that uses polymer and aluminium, igus linear axes with toothed belt drive have low inertia, making them highly efficient.
Both in confined installation spaces and in applications requiring high torque support, the series of linear units with toothed belt drive offers the right solution, both as a single system and in gantry designs. All drylin toothed belt axes can be ordered with ready-to-connect configurations with drylin E stepper and DC motors.
The drive technology online configurator gives you the right drive technology system after you enter your requirements. You also have the option of requesting or ordering motors and other accessories, such as the motor control system.
The SHT Designer enables you to configure a custom SHT lead screw linear system in just a few steps. You can also configure a custom drive pin (optional). A 3D model of the linear system is created automatically.
The innovative drylin W WJ200UMA pillow block makes it even easier to replace the plain bearing liner – no major disassembly effort for your linear system with toothed belt drive. With the supplied tool, the plain bearing liner can be replaced within seconds. This saves time and reduces costs!
Toothed belt material?
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You can find answers to important technical questions and an overview of all data here
igus offers an extensive range of electric motors for linear axes and general industrial handling. They use hybrid stepper motors or direct-current motors in lead screw, toothed belt, and rack and pinion drives. The electric motors complete the igus automation technology range. Entire handling systems can thus be configured in combination with linear axes with toothed belt drive.
You will find cost-effective drylin® econ series linear modules for positioning and adjustment tasks here.