New Scale Technologies has been awarded its 19th US patent for a highly miniaturized, two-axis angular pointing device using its UTAF (Ultra-Thin Actuator Family) piezoelectric motor technology.
Precision linear microstage with embedded controller is a compact, easy-to-integrate motion system with 15 mm travel and >100 gram load capacity
Precision manipulator supports imec’s new ultra-high density Neuropixels 1.0 probes for acute in-vivo neural recording in awake, behaving animals. The compact, easy-to-use manipulator allows neuroscience researchers to quickly and precisely position multiple probes.
Starting new designs with all-in-one positioning modules allows product development engineers to achieve smallest system size. Find out how.
New division targets industrial automation distributors and end users of smart grippers for small collaborative robots
Elektor Magazine spoke with New Scale CEO David Henderson about SQUIGGLE® micro motors, developing the world’s smallest precision motion systems, and what’s next for the company.
M3-RS-U rotary micro stage features smallest system size, fastest integration, and now longer life for embedded motion in industrial and medical instruments
Article shows New Scale’s micropositioning technology at work in the lab | The Allen Institute for Brain Science was featured in the June 15 Wall Street Journal article, “The Quest to Decode the Brain.” Micropositioning expertise from New Scale Technologies…
Prototype created by researchers at Purdue University demonstrates high performance and low cost to meet the demands of future 5G networks
The innovative UK company IrisGuard is using New Scale Technologies’ Focus Module to power its iris recognition systems that serve millions of unbanked customers around the world.
Rotary micropositioning stage is only 12 mm diameter including embedded controller. It offers 360 degrees continuous rotation at up to 1,100 degrees/second with an accuracy of 0.25 degrees.
Ultra-compact system automatically positions multiple high-density silicon neural probes for electrophysiology, optogenetics research.
NeuroNexus, Cambridge NeuroTech and The Allen Institute will offer demos, presentations of the MPM System at Neuroscience 2017