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Catalyst Motion Group Develops Z-Theta System Capability

WATERBURY, CT – Catalyst Motion GroupTM, a Haydon Kerk motion system integrator, has created a Z-Theta system capability utilizing in-house branded products.  Z-Theta systems offer a compact and effective package to achieve a rotary axis and a linear axis in a single unit, that when operated in coordinated motion can effectively create a helical motion path.

Z-Theta systems also can be used to move to defined linear positions, and then perform independent rotary moves.  The Kerk brand ScrewRail® is the centerpiece of this development, with the linear and rotary power being supplied by Haydon and Pittman motor technology.

Z-Theta systems lend themselves well to picker type applications in automated kiosks, data storage libraries, and other repetitive motion tasks requiring both a linear and a rotary move.  Loads of up to 100 pounds and speeds in excess of 10 inches/second are possible.

The Catalyst Motion Group Z-Theta solution is fully customizable and adaptable to a broad range of specific design requirements, providing an innovative and effective solution.


About Catalyst Motion Group

Catalyst Motion GroupTM is a brand of the AMETEK® Precision Motion Control division. It offers high- precision linear motion systems at all levels of sophistication and integration, providing all necessary mechanical, electrical and software supply and support. Its expertise includes single-axis and multiple-axis systems using either Haydon, Kerk, Pittman or Dunkermotoren components as well as components custom designed to client specifications. It brings together the resources and support of a global corporation, while providing its customers with the individual attention offered by a small, focused and strategically aligned group from the single point contact.

AMETEK Precision Motion Control is a division of AMETEK, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of electronic instruments and electromechanical devices with annual sales of $4.0 billion.

Monday, September 28, 2015

 

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