News | July 16, 2020

5-Axis Stage With Closed-Loop Motors For High Precision Positioning And Fiber-Optics Alignment

Source: PI (Physik Instrumente) LP

New from PI, a compact 5-axis micro-positioning stage with software for precision alignment.

July 2020, Auburn, MA – PI (Physik Instrumente) LP offers a compact 5-axis stage for precision alignment and positioning required in fields such as fiber-optics and photonics. The modular, 5DOF motorized stage consists of a 3-axis linear module and two goniometers. A multi-axis controller and software with automated alignment functionality is also available. Sub-micron precision is guaranteed by highly accurate mechanical components and encoder feedback for closed-loop operation.

M5-Axis Stage for Precision Positioning and Automated Fiber Optics Alignment

Multi-Axis Stages

PI provides a variety of multi-axis motion systems, including dedicated parallel-kinematics-based high-speed photonics alignment systems with up to 18 axes.

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PI’s in-house engineered systems and components have enabled customers around the world to increase their productivity and technological advantage for 5 decades. With a large basis of standard precision motion products and proven methodologies, PI is in the position to quickly modify existing designs or provide a fully customized OEM solution to fit the exact requirements of your application from the whole motion range from finger-tip sized nano-positioners to large scale stages with long travel ranges, through a plethora of different drives and guiding systems.

About PI

PI is a privately held company that designs and manufactures world-class precision motion and automation systems including air bearings, hexapods and piezo drives at locations in North America, Europe, and Asia. The company was founded 5 decades ago and today employs more than 1300 people worldwide. PI’s customers are leaders in high-tech industries and research institutes in fields such as photonics, life-sciences, semiconductors, and aerospace.

Source: PI (Physik Instrumente) LP