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AUBURN, Mass., Dec. 9, 2019 — XY StagesIntegrated XY stages with mechanical bearings from PI (Physik Intrumente) LP are engineered for heavier loads and available with three-phase linear direct-drive motors.

Ball screws allow for higher push and pull forces. The integrated mechanical design allows for a lower profile and improved geometric performance, when compared to modular XY stage assemblies of two single-axis translation stages bolted together. Due to the improved support, planar XY tables are stiffer and flex less compared to XY combinations of single-axis linear stages, especially when the individual axes are moved to their extreme positions.

Available with nm-resolution linear encoders, these XY stages are suited for applications in biotechnology, industrial automation, laser processing, and flat panel display testing and manufacturing.


Published: December 2019
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