Delivering Unsurpassed Hexapod-Based Performance
For the highest performance throughout the vehicle development process, smart test and development engineers rely on the Moog Simulation Table as a truly indispensable tool.
Providing a full six degrees of freedom (6 DOF), the Moog Simulation Table is used to simulate acceleration and displacement outputs and reproduce key data collected on proving grounds. It is sometimes also called a Multi-Axis Shaker Table or MAST. Moog's integrated control hardware and software provides the most flexible, highest performing test equipment available.
The Moog family of Simulation Table solutions includes Hydraulic and Electric options, two standard systems designed for the world’s most demanding test lab environments. The systems incorporate fatigue-rated hydrostatic servoactuators that can deliver more than 14 g of vertical acceleration to payloads beyond 680 kg (1,500 lbs).
In addition, the systems’ unique design takes up less than half the space of conventional shaker tables, saving on valuable lab space and reducing overall facilities costs.
- 6-DOF performance
- Quick installation and commissioning
- Faster testing
- Less downtime
- Lower lifecycle costs
- Smaller footprint
- Better replication range
- Safer, more reliable performance
- Greater customization
- Lower energy consumption
- More user-friendly software
- Noise and vibration testing
- Component and subsystem structural performance
- Ride quality assessment of seat systems, cockpit modules and entire vehicles
- Dynamic functional testing on fuel tanks, antennas, turrets and more
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