Hexapod includes absolute encoders

March 22, 2023
The SOLANO hexapod measures 104 mm high and 120 mm in diameter to position up to 5 kg payloads.

The SOLANO hexapod measures 104 mm high and 120 mm in diameter to position up to 5 kg payloads. Able to work in any orientation, features include absolute encoders, speed of 30 mm/s and 20°/s using direct-drive brushless motors, resolutions of 0.1 µm and 2.5 µrad, and travel range up to ±18 mm in translation and ±21° in rotation.


Nimes, France



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