Minusk News

Revolve Hybrid Compound Microscope Uses Negative-Stiffness Vibration Isolation to Stabilize Imaging in Vibration-Challenged Environments

The recently released Revolve hybrid microscope from Echo Laboratories – which has generated considerable interest because it combines the functionality of both upright and inverted microscopes into one instrument – supports the use of Negative-Stiffness vibration isolation when the microscope is being used in vibration-compromised environments.

Physik Instrumente News

Smart, Hybrid Actuators Combine Nanometer Precision, Large Forces and Long Travel Ranges with High Dynamics

The characteristics of these types of hybrid drives present a practical solution when a position needs to be detected with high precision and moved repeatedly over long travel ranges, or when a target position needs to be reached with nanometer precision. Applications areas include precision movement of telescopes, measuring technology or surface inspection, semiconductor manufacturing, microscopy, and laser technology.

Minusk News

Negative Stiffness Vibration Isolation Supports New Compact, Portable and User-Friendly AFM

Since the release of the first commercial atomic force microscope (AFM) about 30 years ago, technology advances have steadily been implemented to improve their performance. Now, the most recent advance in ambient-temperature AFMs is making them more compact, portable and user-friendly, which is enabled by Negative-Stiffness vibration isolation.

Leuze

More safety in harsh environments

3D safety systems are a good option for reliably monitoring danger zones. They present a safe alternative, even in harsh environments where e.g. sparks, dirt and dust occur. They are therefore also a solution for applications where previously optical sensors were unable to provide a reliable answer

Viper Innovations News

Power Delivery and Umbilical Cable Optimisation for Long Offset Tiebacks

The following information has been taken from the technical paper ‘Power Delivery and Umbilical Cable Optimisation for Long Offset Tiebacks’, written by Surrinder Retour, Paul Overton, Daniel Denning, and Neil Douglas of Viper Innovations.

Cognex Germany Inc

Innovative 3D vision system opens up new possibilities for automated inspection

An exciting new 3D vision system now makes inspecting parts in 3D as easy as using a 2D smart camera. While optical inspection in 3D previously required a great deal of programming but offered few benefits, Cognex's new technology brings better image quality, simplified application development, and a wide range of true 3D inspection tools - significantly expanding the range of applications in industrial automation.

B&R News

A new era of productivity

Today's plants and machinery take up a lot of space. But only a fraction of their footprint contributes to the production process itself.

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