DC Mode Motor is based on ultrasonic standing waves.

Press Release Summary:

DC Mode of motor operation yields moves of 1 nanometer. Its methodology combines resonant mode with non-resonant mode. Once in position, non-resonant mode can generate moves from 1 to 300 nm for ultra fine positioning. Features include unlimited travel and no intrinsic magnetic field. Ability to drive linear or rotary devices suits this technology to applications in semiconductors, fiber optics, and electronics.

Original Press Release:

Ultra-High Resolution DC Mode

Product Release: April 1, 2002

Nanomotion proudly introduces its DC Mode of motor operation, capable of yielding discrete moves of 1 nanometer. The methodology combines the standard resonant mode for long travel and high speed, with the non-resonant mode. Once in position, the non-resonant mode can be enabled to generate a move from 1nm to 300nm for ultra fine positioning.

Nanomotion Inc. offers a wide range of unique piezoelectric motors based on ultrasonic standing waves, for advanced motion control and automation systems. Nanomotion's patented technology offers exceptionally high resolution, unlimited travel, and no intrinsic magnetic field. The compact packaging and ability to drive linear or rotary devices makes this technology well suited to applications in Semiconductor, Fiber Optic, Electronics, Bio-Medical/Pharmaceutical, Automotive, and General Assembly manufacturing equipment.

With over 20 patents issued for its piezo products and technologies, Nanomotion provides standard and custom motor and control configurations to meet a variety of performance criteria. Headquartered in Israel, worldwide support is provided by corporate offices in the United States, Europe, and Asia.

Source: Nanomotion Inc

Contact: Ernie Ponce

1 Comac Loop, Suite 14B

Ronkonkoma, NY 11779

Tel: 800-821-6266

Fax: 631-585-1947

email: eponce@nanomotion.com


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