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Flexure Stages & Precision Positioning Solutions

  • Flexure Stages: Manual or Piezo
  • Fibre Launch Solutions
  • Six Axis Positioners
  • Automated Alignment Controllers
  • Accessories


Elliot|Martock delivers high precision device manipulation through its range of Elliot Gold™ series XYZ flexure stages. Derived from the immensely popular original stage invented and patented by Martock Design, the range enables fibre launch systems for single-mode, multimode, and polarisation maintaining fibres, as well as waveguide alignment. The arcuate displacement (vertical displacement due to longitudinal flexure motion) is up to 4 times better than competing products.

XYZ Flexure Stages8

  • Elliot Gold™ Series
  • Manual or Piezo adjusters
  • Piezo controllers
Fibre Launch Solutions15

  • Elliot Gold™ Series
  • Fibre to fibre alignment
  • Standard & custom V-grooved blocks
Six Axis Positioners1

  • Traditional 6-axis positioner
  • Left or Right-hand versions
  • Customisable
Flexure Stage & Alignment Accessories77

Elliot Scientific manufactures a range of high performance accessories for the GOLD flexure stages,

Including : 

  • Holders, Platforms & Mounts
  • Rotation modules
  • Microscope objectives & other accessories
  • Fibre-v-groove holders (for bare optical fibres)
  • Vacuum V-groove fibre holders
  • Piezo and Mechanical adjusters
Automated Alignment Systems EM6

  • DAli 4 automatic alignment system
  • 2-axis control (3 axis Piezo control)
  • Standard or Long Travel piezos
  • Ideal for drift compensation
  • Numerous fibre alignment applications

Elliot Scientific developed the DAli 4 two-axis piezo controller for automated photonic device alignment with piezo-driven flexure stage assemblies. DAli 4 facilitates the rapid and automated alignment of photonic components across a wide range of applications. For example, fibre to fibre or fibre to laser diodes or waveguides. The system has been designed to be compatible with a wide range of external optical detectors and piezo actuators, and can be operated in pairs for critical alignment tasks that require the simultaneous optimisation of two components to a third one.