About Xeryon

Born out of the prestigious research group Micro & Precision Engineering of the University of Leuven in Belgium, Xeryon was founded by three researchers in 2013. Now, over 10 years later, Xeryon is a force to be reckoned with in the world of compact motion products, partially due to its proprietary technology.


Pushing boundaries in precision motion

Xeryon has always had a strong focus on ultrasonic piezo products, the only motion technology that allows high velocities and industrial durability with nanometer precision.

The company has a patent on its Crossfixx motor, world's fastest and most durable piezo motor.

Today Xeryon serves medical, industrial and scientific customers worldwide, with an extended portfolio of piezo stages, actuators and motors, enabling them to create reliable OEM equipment and test setups.

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Xeryon HQ and manufacturing facility in Leuven, Belgium

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A selection of Xeryon's products

Precision meets durability

In addition to its portfolio of precision stages, Xeryon launched the XLA, world's first high-performance micro linear actuator, in 2019.

Marking a breakthrough in compact motion technology, the XLA is bringing industrial-grade speed and durability to the world of high-precision, and vice versa.

This means that Xeryon products offer you the best of both worlds: the speed and durability of electromagnetic systems, and the compactness and precision of piezo motors.

European engineering

All engineering, manufacturing and quality control is done in-house by our team of 30 specialists, in the city of Leuven in Belgium, at 25 km from Brussels, in the heart of Europe.

Drawing from the region's large pool of highly motivated talent and innovative ecosystem, Xeryon is able to sustain its rapid growth and expects to do so for many years to come.

After gaining widespread recognition in Europe, Xeryon now also has strong customer bases in North America and Asia.


Vertical lifting platform stage

Trusted by numerous industry leaders

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