Prior Scientific motorized stage offers 38 mm travel range
The Z Axis motorized stage offers configurable options, from a motorized linear axis to a full three-axis stage system, to meet custom requirements in OEM applications.
The Z Axis motorized stage offers configurable options, from a motorized linear axis to a full three-axis stage system, to meet custom requirements in OEM applications. It has a travel range of 38 mm with 20 nm resolution and ±0.7 μm full travel repeatability.
Prior Scientific Introduces the Z Axis Motorized Stage
Rockland, MA. (April 13, 2011) - The Z Axis Motorized Stage from Prior Scientific offers a wide range of positioning solutions for a variety of applications. Many configurable options are available from a simple motorized linear axis to a full three axis stage system. This flexibility is ideal for the requirements of customized solutions, particularly for OEM applications. The Z Axis Motorized Stage compliments the accuracy and repeatability expected from Prior positioning systems and is capable of supporting any of Prior Scientific’s upright range of stages. The Z Axis Motorized Stage features a travel range of 38mm with 20 nanometer resolution and an impressive +/-0.7 micron full travel repeatability.
For more information on the Z Axis Motorized Stage or other Prior Scientific, Inc. products, contact Prior Scientific Inc., at 800-877-2234 or fax 781-878-8736. Write to Prior Scientific, Inc., 80 Reservoir Park Drive, Rockland, MA. 02370, send an email to [email protected] or visit our website at www.prior.com.
Prior Scientific, Inc., is a leading manufacturer of high precision programmable motorized stages, slide handling systems, fluorescence illumination systems, fiber optic microscopy inspection equipment, and microscopy accessories for a variety of applications. With over 90 years of proven performance and value, Prior Scientific is firmly rooted in markets ranging from education to industry to biomedical research.
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