High-end industrial and research applications rely on precision motion stages and systems to execute mission-critical procedures and processes. PI has developed its new family of linear, rotary, and Z-axis stages to meet those demanding requirements.
Engineers and scientists working in the fields of nano-biotechnology, metrology, and photonics run applications that require nanometer precision and ultra-fine adjustment, often in confined spaces. To meet those requirements, PI provides its compact linear piezo positioners ? P-620.1 to P-629.1 ? of the PIHera family consisting of 60 stages available in a large variety of travel ranges.
Park Systems announces the 2017 Park AFM Scholarship Award eligible to undergraduate or postdoctoral students working in nanotechnology research either already using Park AFM or who have research they would like to do with Atomic Force Microscope and need help getting access to the equipment.
Higher scanning speed, ceramic-insulated acutators for long life, flexures for friction-free motion, and capactive sensors for sub-nm precise positioning make this new piezo nanopositioner ideal for fast fiber alignment and microscopy applications.
With AFSEM the gradual increase of conductivity can be studied directly between the irradiation steps, without sample transfer. Since the measurements are performed in the vacuum of the SEM, contamination issues that are generally encountered in air are reduced.
Affordable system with a new all-digital servo controller and auto-calibration chip, long-life PICMA piezo drives comes in 6 different variations optimized for travel range, speed, linearity, and stability.
Fast response, high bandwidth and force, and virtually unlimited resolution make piezoelectric transducers invaluable to modern high tech applications including flow measurement, distance gauging, bio-medical dispensing and aerosol generation, as well as metrology, semiconductor testing, and aerospace technology.