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Our expertise in hexapods allows our team to provide you a turnkey solution.
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
Symetrie introduces a new compact controller for its small precision positioning hexapods called NAOS, allowing to control the hexapods BORA and PUNA.
SYMETRIE won the Jury Special Prize at La Tribune Space Forum, on May 16, 2019, in Toulouse!
SYMETRIE will present its hexapod technology at the international show LASER World of Photonics, on June 24-27, 2019 in Munich, Germany.
On January 20, 2019, the TV channel TF1 broadcasted a report on the simulation equipment available to the French army for training before going into the field.
Symetrie has been chosen to provide the subreflector positioners for the twelve antennas of the NOEMA radiotelescope located in the French Alps.
All SYMETRIE employees are happy to wish you an excellent New Year 2019! A new vintage, a new year, to identify and develop together your future projects.
Discover our new video presenting our high vacuum diffractometer, integrating a BORA and a JORAN hexapods, for the Synchrotron SOLEIL.
Discover the new video presenting our non-magnetic hexapod, allowing to perform experiments on ions trapped with a 2 tesla magnet.
Discover our new video presenting our BREVA V hexapod (V for velocity), combining dynamics and precision.
Symetrie delivered a non-magnetic hexapod for ion trapping experiments to the Quantum Control Laboratory of the University of Sydney in Australia.