Design Principles for Precision Mechatronics

 


The precision mechatronics community has a long history of continuous updates on DDP (“Des Duivels Prentenboek”) content by Wim van der Hoek and his ‘heritage keepers’. It is considered relevant to prolong this process with new examples from the field of precision mechatronics, incl. opto-mechanics, electro-mechanics and material science.

In the coming year(s), we write a book and a website containing examples of precision mechatronics elements. DSPE members can contribute by writing clear examples to be freely used. Company and designer can be mentioned. Examples should no be complete systems.

The website with cases will be released soon. For now, the page is protected.

Continue to Design Principles for Precision Mechatronics Cases page.


References

CryoEM zero-vibration cold tip

In life-sciences research, cooling biological samples of, for example, proteins, viruses and bacteria to extremely low temperatures facilitates new forms of microscopy.

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Decreasing stiffness at the cost…

Minimising power dissipation is critical for applications in cryogenic environments.

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Dances with foils

In-line interferometry of nanometer-scale profiles in flexible electronics has been developed for application on a moving flexible foil.

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