Precision Motion and How to Achieve It

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Author: Jenice Con Foo
Thursday, September 1, 2022
Mad City Labs Inc.

Nanoscale motion requires fastidious attention to instrumentation, passive controls, and experiment design. Most users have experience in motion control within the sphere of the microscale. In this paper we discuss what needs to be considered in the jump to the nanoscale, and how detailed and deliberate choices at the design phase can lead to successful outcomes.

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