Micro Motion Blog
To achieve the goals of higher throughput and lower costs, NGS instrument developers are using smaller samples, parallel sequencing, and more automation. These factors necessitate miniaturization and distributed control of the photonics subsystems used in DNA sequencing instruments.
Building on a long-time technical sales and support relationship, Micro Technology Group has an expanded territory and is now shipping New Scale M3 products from stock
New video: Our latest micro stage with integrated controller is optimized for high-volume production. It has 10 mm of travel and fast point-to-point (non-scanning) motion.
Starting new designs with all-in-one positioning modules allows product development engineers to achieve smallest system size. Find out how.
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.
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.
Embedded motion modules enable development of complete neural probe positioning system in only a few months
Case Study: A neuroscience researcher successfully used M3-LS Linear Smart Stage assemblies for positioning of probes during in-vivo recording. New Scale engineers then collaborated on an integrated multi-probe positioning assembly to meet the needs of this market.
Case study: Piezo focus system enables portable cytometers, expands access to healthcare in resource-limited settings. A customer wanted to create a backpack-portable blood analyzer for use in resource-limited settings that do not have access to institutional laboratory instruments and services. New Scale’s miniature precision focus system helped to make it possible.
Article: New Scale’s micro beam steering solutions for handheld devices are among Laser Focus World’s Top 20 Technology Picks for 2015.
Article in Laser Focus World magazine: Fully integrated and miniaturized “point-to-point” beam steering system bypasses the issues with MEMS-based approaches and addresses the needs of many emerging markets in medicine and industry.