nanopositioning made simple
attocube’s nanopositioner division focuses on the design, engineering, and manufacturing of piezoelectric motor driven positioners and integrated nanopositioning solutions for applications with the highest requirements on resolution, repeatability and stability. Our diverse portfolio of nanopositioners provides proven motion over centimeter ranges for a range of extreme environments such as ultra high vacuum, cryogenic temperatures, and high magnetic fields with nanometer precision.
The portfolio includes linear, rotary, and goniometric positioners and scanners – many of them with integrated position sensors for closed loop operation. Thanks to the modular design, individual nanopositioners (linear drives, rotators and goniometers) can be stacked to form multi-stage combinations with up to six axes. Alternatively integrated nanopositioning solutions tailored to the customer's needs can be developed by our highly skilled and experienced engineers.
Fields of Applications
Imaging and scanning probe microscopy of surface properties on the nanoscale at variable temperatures down to milli Kelvin and combination with high magnetic fields.
Positioning of samples or components for accurate mounting in experimental setups or integrated systems.
Optics and Spectroscopy
Confocal microscopy and nanoscale spectroscopy at low temperatures and in high magnetic fields on quantum dots, NV centers, 2D materials, nanowires and other materials.
Positioning with highest accuracy in integrated setups using interferometric sensors and nanopositioners.
Magnetotransport measurements on mesoscopic structures at variable temperatures and in high magnetic fields.
Accurate components working in various environments for cutting edge microscopes under extreme conditions.
Laboratory tests and research applications, such as material deformation, vibration analysis or others.
Systems for microscopy and nanoscale analysis of material properties at ambient and low temperature and in high magnetic fields.
Position control of devices under challenging conditions such as vacuum, extreme temperatures and harsh radiation.