Reversible stage

This stage has excellent flexibility and operability, adjusting to different surface contours front and back, scale plates and clamp levers switched around at front and back, right and left, bidirectional sliding (XY) along a single axis, etc.
Its symmetrical arrangement, allowing XY operation on both sides, is extremely convenient.

Reversible stage

Double reversible design

The scale plates and clamp lever have a reversible spec. with a dovetail interchangeable construction that allows attachment right or left, as desired. (Simple and free configuration of symmetrically opposite configurations.)

Front and back double side use possible

The front and back stage surfaces have different screw sizes and arrangements, with reversible spec. that allows both sides to be used, depending on the application.

RVS-60

  • PDF Data
  • DXF Data
RVS-60
Model Stage surface
(mm)
Travel
(mm)
Travel per rotation
(mm)
Travel precision (μm) Load capacity N
(kgf)
Minimum scale reading
(mm)
Weight
(kg)
Straightness Degree of parallelism during operation
RVS-60 60 x 60 ±12 X-axis 18
Y-axis 4.2
30 30 39.2 (4) 0.1 0.62

* Material: stage body: aluminium alloy, surface treatment: matt black alumite

Comparison data of the sliding performance
Grind Uneveness Gap Backlash Play
MIRUC products
Overseas product × × ×

The product which poor in precision, you may feel a strangeness in operation of full stroke with sliding the stage from the side by side. The feeling of operation depends on individuals.
 
■Grind
“Strange feeling, vigorously scraching something when turning the handle.No smoothness.
Many cases occur when tightend harder together between the rack and pinion.”
■Uneveness
For all strokes gets heavier or lighter for uneveness.
Many cases occur when weak tightening between the rack and pinion.
■Gap
Sliding the stage to one side makes the feeling as if the satages are scratched and becomes heavy.
When sliding it on the opposite side makes it feels lighter.
■Backlash
The play between male/female dovetail groove parts.
■Play
The gap between the contact face of gear that is intended to be provided in the direction of movement. By suppressing this gap as much as possible, smooth sliding without backlash.