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Motion Solutions will showcase its motion control and Nanopositioning solutions at SPIE’s Photonics West in San Francisco January 30 – February 1, 2024. Motion Solutions provides nanopositioning application-specific systems to OEMs in the genomics, medical, life sciences, semiconductor, robotics, photonics, and industrial automation sectors. We help our customers solve complex...
Motion Solutions will showcase its Motion Control solutions at the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS) US conference in Boston between February 5 – 7, 2024, booth 677. Motion Solutions provides high-precision positioning solutions for various medical and life science applications ranging from sub-nanometer stability focus for precision microscopy...
Stage-error mapping – measuring absolute positioning error at a specified set of sampling points – has gained a reputation as a method for achieving high-accuracy motion control with lower-cost equipment. The theory is sound. The problem is that there are a lot of misconceptions around stage-error mapping that can lead to its use in unsuitable applications, with disappointing results. Want to dispel the myths of stage-error mapping and learn how you can use it for maximum benefit? Read on.
Free-Space Optical Communication (FSOC) technology is rapidly gaining popularity as a means of high-speed data transmission over long distances. However, the successful implementation of FSOC systems relies heavily on precision positioning of the optical components. In particular, high resonance motion systems used in FSOC applications require accurate and reliable positioning...
[Editor’s note: For a detailed discussion of how to specify the stage for step and settle applications, see our whitepaper https://www.motionsolutions.com/white-papers/how-to-choose-the-best-motion-system-for-your-step-and-settle-application/ Step and settle motion is a fundamental support technology for a variety of critical systems, such as DNA sequencers, semiconductor wafer-inspection systems, diagnostic imagers, and more. While OEMs typically...