Low cost piezo-based actuator ready!

posted Sep 25, 2014, 10:43 PM by Tiberius Brastaviceanu   [ updated Oct 2, 2014, 11:39 AM ]

The third prototype of the low-cost piezo-based actuator was successfully tested today at the SENSORICA lab in Montreal
Applications: biology, micro 3D printer, microelectronics, etc... 

The actuator alone is estimated at only 2$/piece It is a linear micromanipulator that gives you sub-micron precision. It allows you to make small displacement in space. We estimated the cost of electronics to drive it at less than 50$. These things go on the market for thousands of dollars. 

Contact SENSORICA is you want to buy this prototype. See the document below if you want to make it yourself. 



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Design and Prototype - Low cost, long range piezo stack




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