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April 20th, 2005
Get rid of rumble with nanotechnology
Nanometric control doesn't get much better than this, says Micromech, for these motors have no mechanical rumble and ultra smooth very low-speed motion down to microns per second.
They also have holding force even with the power off, zero motor inertia, no rotating parts and virtually zero inductance.
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