Except for surgical robots and certain diagnostic systems, the positioning accuracy requirements for most medical machines are relatively modest when compared to applications like semiconductor and electronics assembly. However, it is crucial for the motion axes in medical machines to operate smoothly and quietly, often at high speeds.
In the upcoming era of medical machines, compact linear guides will be essential, considering the loads they carry. These guides must also deliver smooth and precise motion while ensuring the machine's longevity without encountering issues. Therefore, incorporating design features that promote a prolonged, trouble-free lifespan is equally important.