Aerotech, Pittsburgh, PA, introduced the FiberMaxHP second-generation photonics alignment platform. The noncontact, direct-drive technology is capable of 2-nm linear and 0.05-μrad rotary minimum incremental motion with speeds to 400 mm/s. FiberMaxHP is available with three to six axes of direct-drive alignment, and with one to three axes of manual angular alignment with ±2° of motion. These manual adjustment axes mount directly to the direct-drive platform. Aerotech’s controllers work with a variety of smart cameras and machine vision systems. Standard scanning routines include fast align, hill climb, spiral, and raster searches in up to six axes of motion. Virtual pivot-point kinematics enable rotation to occur at any user-defined point in space rather than the physical rotation point of product’s axes.

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