Mad City Labs lens nanopositioning system for fluorescence microscopy

The Nano-F3D lens nanopositioning system from Mad City Labs positions an objective lens in 3-D.

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The Nano-F3D lens nanopositioning system from Mad City Labs (Madison, WI) positions an objective lens in 3-D. A travel range of 100 μm in each axis makes the system suitable for 4Pi microscopy and other fluorescence imaging applications. PicoQ sensors with closed-loop control enable mounting on microscopes and optical fixturing.

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Lens positioning in 3D with sub-nanometer precision!

Mad City Labs, Inc. announces the introduction of the Nano-F3D lens nanopositioning system. The Nano-F3D is designed to position an objective lens in 3 dimensions with sub-nanometer accuracy and repeatability. With a travel range of 100 μm in each axis, the Nano-F3D is suitable for 4Pi microscopy as well as other imaging and inspection applications. The Nano-F3D features integrated PicoQ® sensors with closed loop control, giving the user picometer precision and ultra high stability, and is designed to be mounted on microscopes and optical fixturing. Please contact sales@madcitylabs.com or visit www.madcitylabs.com.

About Mad City Labs, Inc.
Mad City Labs, Inc. is based in Madison WI and is the leading US manufacturer of precision piezo based nanopositioning stages. Our proprietary sensor technology yields picometer precision under closed loop control with exceptional stability. Our products are implemented in electron and optical microscopy, metrology and imaging applications worldwide. More information about our products can be viewed at www.madcitylabs.com.

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