xyz piezo driven stage


Once prototypes are ordered the engineer will also be involve in the assembly to resolve issues and improve upon the product.

XYZ Piezo Motor Driven Stages

Our compact nano positioning xyz-stages are ideal for OEM applications where space is limited and payloads are small.   The piezo motor drive system is matched to payload capability of the unit.   Applications of these stages are can be found in medical equipment or devices where features listed below are important.

  • Compact Size (narrow width requirement)
  • misalignment compensation (special bearings fixed and float type)
  • high payload capacity
  • Wear resistance (heat treated and post processed materials)

For your Nano Positioning Requirements

Specifications:

X travel = 25 -- piezo motor driven axis
Y travel = 25 mm -- piezo motor driven axis
Z travel = 10 mm -- piezo motor driven axis

Very tight tolerance throughout range of travel on Straightness and Flatness

Our engineers use 3D CAD modelling software to make virtual models for you to review and evaluate within your overall system prior to machining any metal.

XYZ - Compact Stage

These compact nano positioning systems are particularly suitable for applications where high accuracy.

Multi-axis Systems

For new designs customer specifications and requirements often provide a good starting point. Ultimately it's the first prototype builds that flush out additional requirements.

We reserved a portion of our production area exculsively for building prototypes. The lead engineer takes "hands-on" responsiblity for the first prototpye.

Custom Design Capabilities

Clean Room Ready: We build products in our "clean bench" assembly area under a laminiar flow environment to ensure they are free of debris particles.

Vacuum Ready: No organic solvents or outgasing materials used for vacuum envirionment requirements.


Typical Product Use

A few areas where you can find these products in use are listed below:

  • Life Science Equipment
  • Super Resolution Microscopy
  • SR Opitical Microscopy
  • Scanning Probe Microscopy
  • Single Molecule Spectroscopy
  • Scanning Microscopy
  • Auto Focus Systems