IST Precision has a strong technical team that focuses on advanced technologies in nano and microtechnology. These areas include mechatronics, rotary spindles, microfluidics, microscale metrology and macroscale. Contact us to learn more about these topics or click on the links below to be directed to journal publications, technical papers, and presentations.
This paper presents a comparative study of digital methods to improve the signal to noise ratio in ac bridge measurements and other applications requiring demodulation of amplitude-modulated signals.
Published in: Precision Engineering Journal
This article discusses novel techniques for high speed mirror designs in damping, actuation and control.
Published in: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Discusses rapidly concentrating or mixing biomaterial for microfluidics research.
Published in: American Biotechnology Laboratory
Invesitgations using standing wave fibers for advanced 3D microfluidics study.
Published in: Brown University: Masters Thesis
This technical paper led by UNC at Charlotte focuses on the use of our standing wave fibers for micro machining of surfaces.
Published in: Machining Science and Technology
Market Report Focusing on InSituTec’s standing wave micro pick and place technology.
Published in: Frost and Sullivan: Technical InSight in Advanced Manufacturing.
This paper discusses the use of standing wave probes as pick and place tools in microassembly applications.
Published in: Review of Scientific Instruments
Development of a novel, ultra-precision spindle. The aim of this paper discusses the development of an axially symmetric nanometer repeatable spindle design without the use of air supplies.
Published in: Precision Engineering Conference Proceedings
Discussion of challenges such as attraction forces in micro metrology and the use of standing wave sensors to overcome these technical challenges for dimensional metrology and scanning.
Published in: NCSL International
Introduction to standing wave probes for micrometrology.
Published in: Precision Engineering Conference