ANAHEIM, Calif. (PRWEB) February 07, 2020
MD&M, the world’s largest medical design and manufacturing event takes place at the Anaheim Convention Center. PI, a global leader in precision automation and piezo transducer technologies will present motion solutions for micro assembly, motion platforms for laser machining and a selection of piezo transducers for medical applications.
A variety of 6-axis hexapod parallel robots with motion characteristic not unlike the human hand are available from miniature sized to more than 1 ton load capacity. These versatile robotic positioning systems find use in many industries, with applications ranging from life sciences to photonics and micro-mechanical assembly.
PI gantry systems are employed in laser machining and in highly customized 3D printing and bio-printing applications.
Piezo transducers, manufactured by PI’s Ceramic division are state-of-the art in terms of performance, consistency, and cleanliness. Piezo sensor applications are found in ultrasonic sensing, bubble detection, and leakage detection to name a few. Piezo actuators are available for vapor generation (atomization), drug delivery, plaque removal, ultrasonic therapy, focused Ultrasound, bone conducting hearing aids and structural health monitoring.
Standard and Custom
PI has in-house engineered solutions with over 4 decades of experience working with customers to provide products that meet application demands, and can quickly modify existing product designs or provide a fully customized OEM part to fit the exact requirements of the application.
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PI is a privately held company that designs and manufactures world-class precision motion and automation systems including air bearings, hexapods and piezo drives at locations in North America, Europe, and Asia. The company was founded 5 decades ago and today employs more than 1300 people worldwide. PI’s customers are leaders in high-tech industries and research institutes in fields such as photonics, life-sciences, semiconductors and aerospace.