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Three-axis positioning

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PI.jpgPI (Physik Instrumente) LP has introduced the P-733.3CD three-axis nanopositioning and scanning stage for nanomanipulation, high-resolution scanning microscopy, interferometry, metrology and imaging applications. Featuring subnanometer precision, the stage travels through a range of 100 × 100 μm on the X- and Y-axes and 10 μm on the Z-axis. It is equipped with capacitive sensors with resolution up to 0.1 nm for direct metrology and a 50 × 50-mm clear aperture for transmitted-light applications. Parallel kinematics and stiff design reduce the moved mass and enable higher operating speeds.

Sep 2007

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