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Custom Engineering Projects

Complex motion systems. Turning ideas into reality.

Many of our customers have specific requirements that are hard to fulfilll with standard equipment alone. We therefore created the Xeryon Custom Engineering Team in 2015, with one goal: to realise custom engineering projects. The team consists of senior mechanical and automation engineers with a focus on precision engineering. The range of the custom projects goes from small adjustments of existing products to full scale engineering projects of automation subsystems and mechatronics projects. Some examples of projects we've been working on:

Small customisations:

  • Extra mounting points
  • Additional travel range
  • UHV adaptations (10-9Torr)
  • Aperture holes
  • Custom sample holders
  • Very long cable lengths (>100 m)
  • Extreme magnetic fields adaptations (>1 T)
  • Mass compensation systems
  • Custom communication protocols

Full engineering projects:

  • Precision pick & place setup
  • Integration withing existing machine design
  • Lense control systems
  • Beam control systems
  • In-orbit stability systems
  • Custom shutter development

We understand that a complex project needs to go through multiple validation steps. Xeryon supports you in every step of the development process. 

  • Conceptual engineering
  • Proof-of-concept
  • Detailed design
  • Prototyping
  • Series production
  • Quality testing
  • Final product validation
  • User manuals
  • Technical intervention planning

Contact us to discuss your small or more complex custom engineering project. The Xeryon Customer Engineering Team is ready to turn your project into a success.

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Gimball stage

Compact gimbal stage, made of two XRT-U rotary stages, for metrology, optics and photonics applications.

Non-magnetic multi-axis piezo stage

Custom non-magnetic multi-axis piezo stage consisting of a linear stage with a lift force of 3 N and our XRT-A piezo rotary stage.

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Amplified piezo actuators

Xeryon's amplified piezo actuators consist of a single piezo stack mounted in a flexure mount. The flexure mount acts as a lever arm that amplifies the free stroke displacement of the piezo stack. This results in an ultra-precise and compact actuator that combines the advantages of a single piezo stack with a large displacement.

Our piezo actuators can be tailor-made as well as integrated in a flexure stage according to your requirements.