Multi Axis Systems

Precision multi-axis systems

Bosch Rexroth Africa supplies one, two or three-axis solutions for speeds of up to 1 m/s and acceleration up to 15 m/s² provide the highest possible efficiency and productivity.

With a positioning accuracy of up to 0.01 mm and a repeatability of up to 0.005 mm per axis, multi-axis systems from Bosch Rexroth Africa deliver unmatched precision.

This range of multi axis systems, available from Tectra Automation, is manufactured to combine a dynamic linear motor to an integrated system to achieve precise travel long distances at high speeds and accelerations. These solutions work to save time, money and space.

Different systems can be combined and manipulated with each other for optimal tuning. Many attachments and additional elements are available ex stock, enabling you to customise a system that is specifically tailored to your needs and unique application.

These multi axis systems complete the evolutionary transition to a comprehensive system solution: drive and control technologies, standardized interfaces and a revolutionary new commissioning assistant, all of which are perfectly matched.

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