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MUNICH, May 29, 2015 — attocube AttoNav packageThe AttoNav package from attocube systems AG consists of the SpaceNavigator 3-D mouse for convenient remote control of all attocube piezo drives and a newly programmed software interface.

The SpaceNavigator provides full functionality to drive up to six attocube positioners. The software allows each degree of freedom to be assigned to one specific nanodrive. A push, pull, twist or tilt of the device translates into the corresponding movement of the positioner.

Running speed is proportional to the respective deflection of the navigator, and all associated parameters can be individually set with the new software features.
May 2015

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