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Rotary Base (BH Series) - Assembly Chassis - Sankyo America (The Global Standard in CAM Indexing)


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Sankyo's Rotary Base Assembly Machine is driven by Sankyo's center-column-type indexing drive. It is the apex of precision and high-speed rotary base machines. It is available in three types. Each model features a solid-piece frame, base table and index table. A continuous shaft is also mounted to the output shaft and synchronized with the index table. The continuous shaft on model BH series can be used to drive various peripheral equipment. On model PM14, a cam is attached directly to the continuous shaft and translated into a pick and place motion.

Each model comes complete with motor, standard schematic circuit and torque overload devices. This is particularly suitable for driving automated assembly equipment, processing machines, and other applications that require precision performance. Examples include machines for precision parts, electronic components and small parts.

Complete this Application & Sizing Form with your specific project information and return it to Sankyo America. Please provide as much detail as possible to enable our project managers and engineers the best opportunity to fully understand your project.

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