This features a manual gimbal/gimbal adjustment (range: ±90°, ±45°) to allow for easily adaptable transducer positioning during Ultrasonic testing. It's constructed with non-corrosive material, with brass gears available for an additional cost.
Stepper motor driven turntable features a self-centering three-jaw chuck and allows for the rotation of cylindrical parts (tube or bar) vertically. The 14-inch diameter platter has a 200-pound max load, while the 18-inch platter has a 400-pound max.
Drop-in Bar Rotator
Motor driven rotator with encoder feedback allows for rotation of cylindrical parts (tube or bar) horizontally. The two 40-inch bar length, of one 12-inch diameters have a 2000-pound max load capacity with motor drivers and interfaces with a PCI-SMC4/8 board.
This upgrades most immersion systems by providing repeatable transducer positioning to follow contours of complex components. Lightweight and compact, it's incorporated into the Z-axis and is a valued addition to UT systems that employ squirters.
Thru-Transmission Fixture & Squirters
These attach to the Z-axis and are fully adjustable for complete transducer alignment. They can be used in an immersion or squirter configuration. Squirter assemblies come equipped with submersible pump and water flow valve.
Large System Motorized Manipulator
Heavy-duty immersion system upgrade with Z-axis attachment and stepper motor driven gimbal & swivel axis. Allows for repeatable transducer positioning and complex component testing. Lengths: 36" and 48".
1658-5005 Miniature Motorized Manipulator
Built for speed with a 90° per-second scan time and 60° per-second acceleration. Single axis motions of up to ±160 degrees are possible depending on combined axis positions, transducer length, and other specific conditions.
Can be supplied as an attachment to UHF search tube, will require motor drivers, power supply, and wiring, or as a completely integrated into a motorized Z-axis.
Weight: 2.19 pounds High Accuracy: 0.02° Resolution Gimbal-Gimbal
G1 = ±125° G2 = ±125° Swivel-Gimbal
Swivel = ±125° Gimbal = ±150°