At Xeryon we create motion products that are driven by ultrasonic piezo motors.
Ultrasonic piezo motors are small, fast and precise. Compared to linear motors, they are much smaller and self locking. Compared to ballscrew actuators they are smaller and faster. And compared to other kinds of piezo motors, they are hundreds of times faster and have a lifetime that is tenfold of other piezo motors.
We believe that ultrasonic piezo motors are the future. We hope you do too.
The XLA-3 actuator being driven by analog speed and direction control
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Precision linear stages
Travel velocities of 200 mm/s can be reached, making Xeryon linear precision stages the fastest nano-precision stages on the market.
Precision rotation stages
Compared to other piezo motor technologies, an ultrasonic piezo motor ensures you a longer lifetime, noiseless and vibration-free operation and a lower heat dissipation.
Miniature linear actuators
A tiny piezo actuator capable of high speeds and high precision with a weight of less than 6 gram.
XY, XYZ and other multi DOF
All of our stages, linear and rotary, can easily be combined into the setup of your choice.
Have a look at our XY, XTheta and XYTheta-stages.
Ideal for applications requiring rapid switching such as thermal imaging, laser, aerospace and scientific applications. Easy to install, easy to connect.
All of our controllers are compatible with all of our stages. Couldn't be easier!
Trusted by numerous industry leaders
Born out of the prestigious research group Micro & Precision Engineering of the University of Leuven (KU Leuven) in Belgium, Xeryon was founded by three researchers in 2013.
Xeryon always kept a strong focus on ultrasonic piezo stages, the only noiseless piezo technology that allows high velocities and longer travel with a nanometer precision. Xeryon has a patent on its Crossfixx motor, the fastest piezo motor in the world.
Today Xeryon serves research, industrial and medical customers worldwide, with an extended portfolio of rotation and linear stages, enabling them to create accurate test setups and reliable OEM equipment.
Engineering, production and quality control is done in house by our team of 10 specialized engineers, in the city of Leuven in Belgium, at 25km of Brussels, in the heart of Europe.
"Ultrasonic piezo technology has long been too complex and expensive for many clients, forcing them to stick to traditional electromagnetic drive systems. It is our mission to make this amazing technology available and accessible to all industries"
Xeryon CEO & Founder
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Our clients love our products
Bill Clement FRMS
Nikon Metrology Europe
Dr. Sebastian Galer