Newsletter | November 23, 2021

11.23.21 -- Understanding Precision Motion Control



Close Is Not Close Enough: Micropositioners’ Role In Nanopositioning

Micropositioners are a vital and oft-overlooked element of experiments requiring nanoscale precision. This article examines how micropositioners affect movement and positioning capability, as well as overall task effectiveness, by creating a solid foundation for work at the nanoscale.

Understand Noise At The Sub-Nanometer Scale
Every nanopositioner has a small amount of uncertainty in its position that contributes noise to a measurement. It's important to understand what position noise is and where it comes from in order to know just how accurate the nanopositioner is.
Extreme Metrology: Big Science Requires A Nano-Perspective

Extreme metrology applications involve more than enough unknown variables. Instrumentation whose performance has been proven should not be one of them.

How To Specify A Custom-Designed Instrument

Customers with a clear-eyed view of the solution’s basic specifications, budget, and expected timeline are well-positioned for an efficient, effective custom design experience.

Video: Nanopositioning Systems

Shannon from Mad City Labs takes you through the company's product line of nanopositioning systems. Learn what nanopositioners are and key attributes through this informative video.

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