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Piezo Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1.0 in., Picomotor, 8-32, 1/4-20
$863
In Stock
In Stock
XY Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in, X Pico, Y Micro, 8-32,1/4-20
$1,185
XY Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in, Y Pico, X Micro, 8-32,1/4-20
$1,185
Piezo XY Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in, Picomotor, 8-32, 1/4-20
$1,664
In Stock
In Stock
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in, X Pico, YZ Micro, 8-32, 1/4-20
$1,669
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in, Y Pico, XZ Micro, 8-32, 1/4-20
$1,704
In Stock
In Stock
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in, Z Pico, XY Micro, 8-32, 1/4-20
$1,669
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in, XY Pico, Z Micro,8-32,1/4-20
$2,160
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in, XZ Pico, Y Micro, 8-32, 1/4-20
$2,160
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in, YZ Pico, X Micro ,8-32, 1/4-20
$2,160
In Stock
In Stock
Piezo XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 1 in., Picomotor, 8-32, 1/4-20
$2,788
Piezo Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, Picomotor, M4, M6
$888
In Stock
In Stock
XY Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, X Pico, Y Micro, M4, M6
$1,185
XY Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, Y Pico, X Micro, M4, M6
$1,185
Piezo XY Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, Picomotor, M4, M6
$1,684
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, X Pico, YZ Micro, M4, M6
$1,669
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, Y Pico, XZ Micro, M4, M6
$1,669
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, Z Pico, XY Micro, M4, M6
$1,669
In Stock
In Stock
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, XY Pico, Z Micro, M4, M6
$2,160
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, XZ Pico, Y Micro, M4, M6
$2,160
XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, YZ Pico, X Micro, M4, M6
$2,207
Piezo XYZ Linear Stage, Triple Divide, 25.4 mm, Picomotor, M4, M6
$2,788
In Stock
In Stock

The included picomotor is model 8303.
The included micrometer is model 9353.

Specifications

  • Travel Range
    1.0 in. (25.4 mm)
  • Minimum Incremental Motion
    <30 nm (Picomotor Axes)
  • Centered Load Capacity
    20 lb (88 N)
  • Bearings
    Single-Row Ball Bearings
  • Material
    Aluminum
  • Feedback
    Open Loop
  • Cable Length
    2.1 m
  • Connector Type
    4-Pin
  • Platform Size
    63.5 x 63.5 mm
  • Operating Temperature
    10-40 °C

Features

Flexible, Adaptable, and Modular

The Triple-Divide linear stages feature our e•z•Trac system. With the e•z•Trac system, you can mount stages to each other, mount accessories to the stage, and mount stages to the optical table. Precision holes drilled into the track and coordinated holes in the stages ensure orthogonality to better than ±1 mrad for every configuration. They also allow for quick coarse positioning perpendicular to the stage’s fine-positioning axis.

Stainless Steel Ball-bearings for Smooth Travel

The stages are based on a ball-bearing design and made of anodized aluminum with hardened and polished stainless-steel races. They provide smooth and accurate positioning over the full travel range with 0.5 μm resolution and a straight-line accuracy of 2.5 μm.

< 30 nm Resolution

Our Picomotor actuators have a step size of < 30 nm, allowing for very small, controlled movements of the gothic-arch bearing linear stage.

Easy-to-Use, Flexible Controllers and Drivers

Our Open-Loop Picomotor controllers and drivers are modular. You can daisy-chain up to 31 drivers together with four channels each, so you can have a network of up to 124 standard Picomotor actuators. You have two interface options with the controller system: hand pad or computer, both providing plug-and-play use. Alternatively, you may choose to use our TTL/Analog Picomotor driver.

Aluminum Stage Construction with Single-Row Ball-Bearings

The stages themselves are based on a single-row ball bearing design and made of anodized aluminum with hardened and polished stainless-steel races. They provide smooth and accurate positioning over the full travel range with 0.5-µm resolution and a straight-line accuracy of 2.5 µm.

Set-and-Forget Long-Term Stability

The Picomotor actuator moves when voltage is applied to the piezo, changing its length and in turn moving the jaws which turn the screw. When no power is applied, the actuator does not move. You can feel confident that your linear translation stage will stay put, even when you power down your system.