New Virtual Coordinate System (VCS) Software Simplifies Highly Accurate Positioning of Multiple Silicon Neural Probes Within a Common Stereotactic Coordinate Space
New software for planning, simulation and execution automatically calculates manipulator alignment based on desired probe trajectories. Fast, accurate and reliable setup of neural recording experiments improves productivity, frees more time for data collection.
Precision linear microstage with embedded controller is a compact, easy-to-integrate motion system with 15 mm travel and >100 gram load capacity
New division targets industrial automation distributors and end users of smart grippers for small collaborative robots
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…
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.
Newest M3-LS Linear Smart Stage has longer travel, higher load capacity for embedded microscopes, other precision micro positioning tasks
Latest addition to “all-in-one” microstage stage family moves >100 gram loads with 500 nm resolution over 15 mm travel
Miniature beam steering, mirror positioning developers’ kits now available for purchase at Digi-Key and Mouser
Rotary piezoelectric smart stages with embedded controllers make the system smaller, easier to use than galvo systems
New Multi-Probe Micromanipulator (MPM) System Maximizes Productivity and Precision during Acute In-Vivo Recording
Developed with leading researchers, the MPM System is the first micromanipulator optimized for silicon probe insertion and independent, automated positioning of five or more probes simultaneously.