EVENT 6 May 2024

YPN visits JPE

More information will follow soon.


About this event

The next YPN company visit will take place at Jansen Precision Engineering, located in Maastricht, on Thursday 6th of June 2024. As a leading center of expertise in precision engineering, JPE develop custom systems for high precision applications in high-tech machinery and scientific instrumentation, and cryogenic positioning products for scientific research. JPE is also widely known for their comprehensive bundle of engineering formulas: Precision Point.

 

Program:

13:30 13:45 Walk-in
13:45 14:00 Welcome & JPE introduction
14:00 14:40 METIS cold chopper for the E-ELT
14:40 15:20 Developments in cryo-nano positioning
15:20 15:40 Coffee break
15:40 16:20 6DOF dynamic measurement of friction force at microNewton level
16:20 17:00 Facility tour & Demos
17:00 18:00 Networking & Drinks

 

Location:

JPE
Aziëlaan 12
6199 AG Maastricht-Airport

 

If you want to join this YPN event (free of charge) please send an email to info@dspe.nl.

JPE B.V.


6 June 2024


The Netherlands

JPE, Aziëlaan 12 6199AG Maastricht-Airport


References

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References

DSPE appoints Martin van den…

Upon his retirement from ASML, Martin van den Brink was appointed honorary member of DSPE.

Read more
High-velocity innovation

Making crucial design decisions early in the concept phase of a project, may lead to severe cost and time overruns when these decisions are based on assumptions and/or incomplete knowledge.

Read more
Hybrid variable-reluctance actuator technology on-sky

Astronomers use deformable mirrors to improve the image of a telescope by correcting for the optical distortions caused by atmospheric turbulence.

Read more