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Linear Conveyor Module LCM100

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Basic specifications of linear conveyor module Basic specifications of belt module Note 1. Repeated positioning accuracy when positioning in the same direction (pulsating). Note 2. Positioning accuracy in the pulsating when using the position correction function with the RFID. Note 3. Weight per single slider. Note 4. When used together with the belt module, the max. payload becomes 14 kg since the parts dedicated to the belt are attached to the slider. Feel the action. From "flow" to "move" Efficient transfer processes for increased profitability "\ YoujjJB Yamaha Robot Official Channel Animated video for your better understanding LCM 100 Promotion Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QLx1Rxuqpm8 Check out the actual move in the video. Yamaha PAS Speedometer Assembly Line https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_-wU6R-JXg The slider insertion/ejection function in use Examples of using the traverser for transport https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQlebbGyK08 Connect, expand, and create. Linear conveyor module Improved tact time    Increased throughput Excellent maintainability Reduced transport line space YAMAHA YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. IM Operations 882 Soude, Naka-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 435-0054, Japan Tel 81 -53-460-6103 Fax 81 -53-460-6811 URL http://global.yamaha-motor.com/business/robot/ # Specifications and appearance are subject to change without prior notice.    E-mail robotn@yamaha-motor.co.jp Flexible line configurations Shorter start-up time Lower running costs Long service life

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From "flow" to "move" Linear Conveyor Module Linear Conveyor Module LCM100 Constructing high-speed throughput lines. Improved tact time Excellent maintainability Reduced transport line space Flexible line configurations In a conventional production line: Increased throughput Shorter start-up time Lower running costs Long service life High-speed movement ● Tact time was close to the limit ● Unit changes were cumbersome ■ High-speed and high-accuracy transfer ● Max. speed: 3000 mm/sec. ● Max. acceleration: 2G ● Max. load mass: 15 kg ● Repeated positioning accuracy: +/-0.015 mm (standalone...

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A modular structure that allows the connection of modules Linear Conveyor Module The length of the transfer line can be adjusted freely by adding modules. Improved tact time Excellent maintainability Reduced transport line space Flexible line configurations Save equipment space. Increased throughput Shorter start-up time Lower running costs Long service life Significant reduction of start-up time ● Since the movement direction can be changed, the same processes are made common. This makes the equipment compact and results in cost reduction. ● Just connect modules for easy construction of a...

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An expanding, next-generation transport system Flexible set-up of the slider's acceleration/deceleration, forward/backward movement, positioning, and other actions. The variety of possible line structures has been greatly expanded to supersede conventional models. Linear Conveyor Module Improved tact time    Increased throughput Excellent maintainability Reduced transport line space Flexible line configurations Shorter start-up time Lower running costs Long service life Linear module ■ Easier to design and implement • LCM100-2MT, a module for circulation, is available to insert or eject a...

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Create a new transfer environment. Linear Conveyor Module Loss-free transport that was not possible with conventional conveyors can be achieved with LCM100. Reduce losses while increasing profitability. Improved tact time Increased throughput Excellent maintainability Reduced transport line space Flexible line configurations Shorter start-up time Lower running costs Long service life ■ System configuration diagram (when 3 sliders are connected) Optimal for small batch production of various product types ● No need for mechanical stoppers or sensors. Change layout easily. The module is...

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Parts for line configuration LINK cable Terminator connector Linear conveyor module Dust cover (for LINK connector) ) Termination module (L side) ([Number of modules] - 1) cables per line are required. ) Robot cable ) Insertion/ejection rail ) Slider ® Module connection block (with fastening bolts) @ Termination module (R side) ) Module connection cable When connecting modules, two connectors per line are required. This dust cover is attached to the insertion port, into which the the LINK cable terminator connector is not inserted. When using only one module without connections, two dust...

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External view Linear conveyor module LCM100-4M/3M Linear conveyor module (640mm/480mm) + 0.012 (Number of 4M modules x 640 + number of 3M modules x 480) 6-ф8 through-hole (Note 2): 1 module Insertion/ejection rail length selection table Stroke variations 4M 3M 100: Sensor option L initial position (Note 2) 320: Sensor option C initial position (Note 2) 540: Sensor option R initial position (Note 2) 688: Slider operable range Number of 4M modules x 640 + number of 3M modules x 480 (420: Minimum distance between sliders) Note 1. All sliders and modules have the same dimensions. Note 2. Use M6...

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Linear conveyor module External viewLinear module slider Belt module slider are connected. You can handle multiple controllers as if they were one controller. Feature 04 Static tolerable load of slider Static loads shown below are tolerable as references when performing the screw tightening, part assembly, or light press-fitting on the slider. When multiple sliders are each stopped at a position of your choice, actual stop positions has an error width (machine difference) of 500 pm. This is because each slider has a different stopping accuracy. Link the RFID unit and LCC140 controller to...

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