A wide range of the most advanced hexapods tohelp you positioning a payload of a few grams to several tons with the best guaranteesof stiffness and accuracy
CONTEXT OF THE PROJECT
The School of Physics at the University of Sydney is one of the leading physics departments in Australia. The research undertaken at the Quantum Control Laboratory is focused on the development of quantum control and metrology techniques with an emphasis on quantum physics and the engineering of new quantum-enabled technologies from quantum computation to quantum sensing.
Their research uses small collections of trapped atomic ions as model quantum coherent systems.
The Quantum Control Laboratory at the University of Sydney wants a non-magnetic hexapod to position an 80 kg vacuum chamber in order to make ion trapping experiments in a 2 Tesla magnet.
► 80 kg payload (self-locking)
► ± 0.6 µm repeatability at the pivot point
► 155 mm height in mid position
► Ultrasonic non-magnetic motors
► Absolute linear encoders