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MDE267 - Three-Axis Ultra-Small XYZ Micropositioner Stage on M4 tapped base

MDE267 - Three-Axis Ultra-Small XYZ Micropositioner Stage on M4 tapped base
MDE267 - Three-Axis Ultra-Small XYZ Micropositioner Stage on M4 tapped base
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MDE267 - Three-Axis Ultra-Small XYZ Micropositioner Stage on M4 tapped base
MDE267 - Three-Axis Ultra-Small XYZ Micropositioner Stage on M4 tapped base
MDE267 - Three-Axis Ultra-Small XYZ Micropositioner Stage on M4 tapped base
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  • Model: Martock MDE267
£431.00

Three-Axis XYZ Ultra-Small Micropositioner Stage on M4 Tapped Base   

MDE267   

  • Wide range of configurations
  • Very smooth backlash-free motion
  • Based on the Very Small dovetail slide series
  • One of the smallest micropositioners available

The Elliot Scientific MDE267 slide is an ultra-small, triple axis micropositioner with simple adjusters on an M4 tapped base for XYZ linear translation stage applications in physics experiments or optical systems.

Specifications
Travel3 mm
Sensitivity  < 0.5 µm
Adjusters0.25 pitch with 1.27 mm hex socket
Ball hex driver supplied
Top plate12 x 12 mm
BaseM4 tapped base
Options and Accessories
MDE265 Series Drawing
Click here to download
Knurled knob adjuster
(Sold separately as P/No. MD-054115)
MDE267 can be M4 post mounted
Fibre holders available: MDE719 and MDE730     
Low magnetic version available
Vacuum compatible versions available



MDE267-ID 'inverted drive' model



MDE269 with optional MD-054115 adjusters

 

Note: Surface mating with these micropositioners must be truly flat. Unflat surfaces or overtightened screws will cause the slide motion to be jerky and stiff due to distortion. Dovetail slides, unlike miniature ball slides, are unlikely to be permanently damaged by temporary distortion, as the load is supported on a comparatively large area.

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