PRECISION LINEAR ACTUATORS - CONTROLLERS - SYSTEMS
Based on the familiar manual micrometer and with over 6-billion variations,
DMI's Linear Actuators are powered by miniature DC or Step-motors to produce
an on-axis movement with optional nanometer resolution feedback.
High Magnetic Flux
Velocity #/sec :
Cost Range :
270 nm 25 mm
0 1KHz @ 2G
L = 2.6" 14.8"
6 24 VDC
75 ma 1A
USD $1K -to- $5K
TYPE1 Compact, rotating
LINEAR ACTUATORS FROM DIAMOND MOTION
Mechatronic Linear Actuators
provide extremely accurate nano-positioning for a myriad of industries – semiconductor
manufacturing, medical/biological research, world-class telescopes, fusion laboratories,
aerospace satellites, materials research. Featuring either DC-motors or Stepping-motors,
these ultra-precision Mechatronic Linear Actuators are adaptable to the world’s
controllers. Emphasizing vacuum-compatibility, our Mechatronic Linear Actuators
are found in vacuum chambers all over the world, and orbiting the earth. Surviving
in severe magnetic flux environments, our Mechatronic Linear Actuators are instrumental
in DOE’s quest for fusion-generated electricity.
Originally-designed in 1979 as an adjustment micrometer replacement for Newport
Corporation components, these Mechatronic Linear Actuators have grown to meet
high-accuracy motion requirements. Featuring velocities up to 25 mm/sec, thrusts
up to 300-lbf, and resolutions down to 45 picometers, DMI's Mechantronic Linear
Actuators provide surprising performance. Surviving temperature extremes from
-70 degrees to +150 degrees centigrade and pressures down to 10-E9 torr, our constantly-evolving
and improving Mechatronic Linear Actuators have 30-years of customer-proven acceptance.
Featuring MicroMo motors/encoders/gearheads, our Mechatronic Linear Actuators
have an interchangeable design that results in over 6-billion variations. In addition,
we provide custom alterations to exactly meet your space and function requirements.
Our Mechatronic Linear Actuators can be found at Sandia National Laboratory, NASA
Ames Research Center, Argonne National Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory,
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, New York Medical Hospital, Drexel University,
University of Pennsylvania, Stanford University, University of Arizona, University
of California, University of Texas, Caltech, Ball Aerospace, Hobby-eberly Telescope,
LAMOST Telescope, SALT Telescope, Neutronix/Quintel, VEECO (Digital Instruments),
POSTECH (Korea), KAIST (Korea), VMT (Korea), Hanyang University (Korea).
Receiving: Diamond Motion, Inc.
1337 E White Creek Dr., Port Angeles, Wa 98362-8939 USA