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April 20th, 2005

Get rid of rumble with nanotechnology

Abstract:
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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