■ X-axis slide mounting method
When mounting the slide table on the base, the mounting method is basically to move the slide surface. Refer to the following figure.

The above figure is for demonstration only. For detailed shape and specifications of the slide, please refer to each catalog or 3D data.

■ Vertical use of X-axis slide table
When using the X-axis slide table vertically, be careful not to use the feed direction in the same direction as gravity.
When using a micrometer knob type slide, note that the slide is reset by an extension spring. If the force applied is greater than the spring load, the slide surface may fall. This can be solved by using a chasing process.

Precautions

■Operating temperature and environment
Recommended operating environment: 10~50℃, 20~70%RH (no condensation).
Accuracy guarantee environment: 22±5℃, 20-70%RH (no condensation).

■ Guiding Mechanism
This slide table adopts linear ball guide as the guiding mechanism, please add lubricant at appropriate time according to the use conditions, in order to prevent the lubricant from decreasing and aging, which will lead to the shortening of the life of the linear ball guide.

Clamping Mechanism
The clamping mechanism of the slide is fixed by the friction generated by the fastening screws. Therefore, if the external force applied exceeds the friction of the clamping mechanism, the slide will move. Please take appropriate measures to prevent the slide surface from moving during use. If clamping reinforcement is required, select disk clamping or opposed clamping.
②Holding force is the value of the force that keeps the slide table surface from moving in the clamped state. Since the maximum holding force varies with the tightening torque, design with a large enough safety factor.

■ Feed mechanism
The shape of the slide table with micrometer knob mounted as shown in the figure below is generally referred to as the standard type. It is possible to choose the shape freely by taking into account the mounting space, mounting position, and operation method.

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■Flatness of mounting surface
The upper and lower slide surfaces may be deformed depending on the flatness of the mounting surface. Deformation of the slide surface may result in gaps, loosening due to failure to obtain the specified preload, or poor sliding due to excessive preload. For this reason, it is recommended that the flatness of the mounting surface be maintained at about 5 microns.

■ Datum surface
MISSI’s linear ball guide type slide has a datum plane that is parallel and orthogonal to the moving axis. The datum plane is shown in the figure.

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