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nanopositioners

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  • noun Plural form of nanopositioner.

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  • Applications for nanopositioners include high speed confocal imaging, AFM, NSOM, scanning probe microscopy, fiber positioning, single molecule spectroscopy, single molecule tracking, high resolution optical alignment, lithography and nano-metrology.

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  • The Nano-LP300 has been added to our popular Nano-LP series of nanopositioners.

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  • The new Nano-HS series nanopositioners offer extreme speed and precision in a compact footprint.

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  • Mad City Labs design engineers use 3D CAD and finite element analysis to produce nanopositioners which combine long ranges of motion with exceptional linearity, orthogonality, and stability.

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  • Applications for nanopositioners include high speed confocal imaging, AFM, NSOM, scanning probe microscopy, fiber positioning, single molecule spectroscopy, single molecule tracking, high resolution optical alignment, lithography and nano-metrology.

    physicsworld.com: all content

  • The Nano-LP300 has been added to our popular Nano-LP series of nanopositioners.

    physicsworld.com: all content

  • The new Nano-HS series nanopositioners offer extreme speed and precision in a compact footprint.

    physicsworld.com: all content

  • Mad City Labs design engineers use 3D CAD and finite element analysis to produce nanopositioners which combine long ranges of motion with exceptional linearity, orthogonality, and stability.

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