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Nexen Group Eclipse Products feature on Design World
Nexen Group Eclipse Servo Motor Brakes took centre stage on Design World’s Motion Control Tips blog, announcing that Nexen Group has launched an expansion of their Eclipse line to offer more than 140 variations of spring-engaged, air released servo motor brakes for a wider range of servo motors.
Nexen High-Torque Servo Motor Brake
The blog makes reference to the many advantages of Nexen Group Eclipse servo motor brakes, as well as discusses the advantages of the new models. Read about Nexen Group Eclipse servo motor brakes on Design World Online.
Nexen Group at 2013 Motek International Trade Fair
Nexen Group, Inc. is pleased to announce that it will be a part of the 2013 Motek international trade fair October 7 - 10, 2013 in Stuttgart, Germany. This international trade fair is the world's leading event in the fields of production and assembly automation, feed technology and material flow, streamlining through handling technology and industrial handling.
Booth number: 3105
For more information, visit http://www.motek-messe.de/en/motek/
Nexen introduces the Roller Pinion Gear System
Accurate Positioning and Precise Operation The RPG system features nexen's unique roller pinion technology that provides extremely accurate positioning. The Roller Pinion Gear system offers backlash-free transmission in both directions by maintaining at all times opposing contact with two or more teeth.
Patented Tooth Design Ensures Quiet Operation The RPG system is designed with bearing supported rollers which smoothly roll along the face of each tooth. This reduces the noise levels by eliminating tooth slap common to traditional gear systems and chain drives.
Solid and Segmented Ring Gears Provide Easy Integration and Unlimited Diameters Nexen can provide solid ring gears up to one meter in diameter. Larger diameters can also be provided in easy to assemble segments.
Rugged Design Capable of High Speeds The RPG system maintains accurate positioning at peripheral speeds as high as 11 m/sec. Even at these speeds, the extremely-low friction design ensures minimal heat generation or wear on components.