By Dr. Jürgen Gallus, PI (Physik Instrumente) LP
Vacuum applications, and technologies that can only be applied in vacuum or cryogenic environments have grown in importance within scientific research and industry applications. Optics technologies use vacuum environments to manufacture components such as fiber laser optics and sensitive detectors. Other applications that use vacuum environments include small epitaxy processes, semiconductor manufacturing, and X-ray or UV applications. Download the white paper for in-depth information on how reliable motion control products are used in a vacuum environment for sample positioning and handling, or for optics and accessories alignment.