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Nanopositioning

Affordable High Precision XY Nanopositioning Piezo Stage

Affordable High Precision XY Nanopositioning Piezo Stage from PI

PI's P-763 XY nanopositioning stage is a new, more affordable addition to PI's wide range of piezo stage positioners.  The compact P-763 flexure-guided stage has a footprint of less than 3x3 inches (70x70mm) while providing a 30x30mm aperture. With a large travel range of 200x200 microns this piezo positioning system is ideal for demanding applications such as image-stabilization, micro-lithography, nano-alignment, surface metrology, super-resolution microscopy and bio-nanotechnology and photonics and datacomm.

Tags: Nanopositioning, Piezoelectric, X Y Positioning

Products Debuted in Munich, by PI

New Products Debuted in Munich, by PI

 

Motion and precision positioning systems expert PI (Physik Instrumente) formally launched many new products and technology developments at Laser World of Photonics, held in Munich, Germany last month, to complement their existing comprehensive portfolio of precision motion control and positioning technologies, components, and systems.

Tags: Linear Motion, Linear Stage, Nanopositioning, X Y Positioning

Z-Axis Piezo Nanopositioners for Extreme Precision Applications

Aerotech QNP-Z series piezo nanopositioning stage

 

AerotecQNP-Z series piezo nanopositioning stages join Aerotech’s growing piezo stage family that includes the QNP-L linear and QNP-XY stages. The QNP-Z series provides the resolution, linearity, repeatability, and high dynamics required for the most demanding applications from microscopy to optics alignment. With resolution to 0.15 nm, linearity to 0.007%, and repeatability to 1 nm, nanometer-level precision is assured. 

Tags: Nanopositioning, Piezoelectric, Z Positioning

Motion Simulator Shaker Hexapod based on Fast Linear Motors

Motion Simulator Shaker Hexapod based on Fast Linear Motors from PI (Physik Instrumente) LP
 
PI (Physik Instrumente) LP, a leading manufacturer of precision motion control and nanopositioning equipment, has recently released the new H-860KMAG 6-axis hexapod for high dynamics motion and vibration simulations that require extremely smooth, and quiet high-speed motion.

Tags: Linear Motion, Linear Motor, Ceramics, Nanopositioning, Piezoelectric, X Y Positioning, Z Positioning

Piezo Positioning Stage and Scanner Family Comes in 60 Variations

PI's Piezo Positioning Stage and Scanner Family Comes in 60 Variations
Largest Variety: 60 Models / X, XY, Z, XYZ / 50 to 1800 µm Travel Ranges. The PIHera flexure positioner series offers the largest variety of travel ranges and options of any high precision piezo nanopositioning stage currently available. PIHera stages come in single axis (horizontal and vertical), two-axis (XY), and XYZ combinations. Travel ranges start at 50µm and go all the way up to 1,800µm (1.8mm) – a record for flexure guided piezo stages. A total of 60 standard variations are available, including closed-loop, and UHV compatible versions.

Tags: Nanopositioning, Piezoelectric, X Y Positioning, Z Positioning

Affordable High Precision XY Nanopositioning Piezo Stage

P-763 XY Nanopositioning Piezo Stage from PI L.P. Piezo Nanopositioning
 
PI's P-763 XY nanopositioning stage is a new, more affordable addition to PI's wide range of piezo stage positioners.  The compact P-763 flexure-guided stage has a footprint of less than 3x3 inches (70x70mm) while providing a 30x30mm aperture. With a large travel range of 200x200 microns this piezo positioning system is ideal for demanding applications such as:

Tags: Linear Stage, Nanopositioning, X Y Positioning

New, fast Z axis piezo scanner for inverted microscopes offers large, clear aperture for well plates and high positional stability

 P-736 Z axis piezo scanner for inverted microscopes from Physik Instrumente (PI)

The nanopositioning system for high-resolution microscopy from PI (Physik Instrumente) is characterized by a large clear aperture of 160 mm × 110 mm, high positional stability, and rapid settling times.

Tags: Nanopositioning, Z Positioning

Industry’s First Piezo Physics App – Free

Industry’s First Piezo Physics App – Free

PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P. – a leading manufacturer of precision motion control systems — has updated its piezo physics app.

PI is the first nano/micropositioning company to offer its own informative, (mostly) non-commercial app for portable devices like the iPhone, iPad and Android phones and tablets.

Tags: Nanopositioning

Scanning probe microscopy with piezo stages and capacitive nanometrology sensors improves nano-indentation and materials testing systems

Scanning probe microscopy with piezo stages and capacitive nanometrology sensors improves nano-indentation and materials testing

Nanoindentation is derived from the classical hardness test but is carried out on a much smaller scale. It can be used to determine the hardness of thin layers as well as material properties such as elasticity, stiffness, plasticity, and tensile strength, or fracture toughness of small objects and microsystems in fields such as biotechnology. These measurements involve applying a small force to a sample using a sharp probe and measuring the resultant penetration depth. The measured value is used to calculate the contact area and hence the particular property of the sample material.

Tags: Nanopositioning

Catalog: Planar Piezo Scanners for AFM, Scanning Probe Microscopes

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PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P. – a leading manufacturer of piezo nanopositioning systems and scanners for microscopy, bio-medical and nanotechnology applications – has released a new catalog on planar piezo scanners for Atomic Force and Scanning Probe Microscopes.

The new catalog covers a variety of novel closed-loop planar piezo scanners, and controllers with advanced digital features for higher scanning rates, improved linearity and responsiveness.

Tags: Nanopositioning, Catalog Literature CD

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