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Compact XYZR Stages

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Compact XYZR StagesCompact XYZR stages from IntelLiDrives Inc. address the unique needs of scanning microscopy, wafer and printed circuit board inspection, automated assembly, and scanning of a wide range of specimens and samples in many types of imaging techniques and micromachining applications.

Precise fine positioning and control is easily achieved through a combination of a stable closed-loop control system and an associated joystick option. These stages can be motorized with stepper motors and brush-less servomotors with encoders. An optional high-resolution, noncontact linear encoder is available, offering high repeatability and stability over a range of operating conditions.

Both digital- and analog-output versions are available with resolutions in the sub-µm range.

Nov/Dec 2018

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