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Finite element analysis (FEA) lets engineers explore the behavior of complex systems under real use conditions, running simulation after simulation to optimize overall performance by way of small design tweaks. The challenge is that FEA results are only as accurate as the simulation setup, as the saying goes, “garbage in...
Motion Solutions will showcase its motion control and nanopositioning solutions at SPIE’s Photonics West , in San Francisco between January 31st – February 2nd, 2023. 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...
The microscope market is expected to nearly double by 2028, surpassing the $20 billion mark. Microscope application continues to widen from biological studies to non-organic matter, blurring the lines between the tech and medical industries. This significantly contributes to exponential microscope demand. The more microscope technology and its applications grow,...
Step and settle motion plays a critical role in applications ranging from life-sciences to medical to semiconductor and materials science. In systems like DNA sequencers, diagnostic imagers, or wafer-inspection systems, stages are fundamental to the success of the product. Selecting positioning equipment for these demanding applications is a complex balance of performance versus cost.
To ensure the best quality and assembly of each product we manufacture Motion Solutions uses Operational Method Sheets (OSM) which is a step by step illustrated guided procedure on how to assemble a device.