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Silicon Wafer

McKinsey & Co predicts that the semiconductor industry will be worth a trillion USD by 2030. Present in almost all electronic devices, these tiny chips are integral to a modern, digital world. But with their small size and rising demand, how can we ensure their manufacture is done with both precision and speed? Here, Dave Wa…

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Medical Imaging

Since their discovery in 1895, X-rays have helped us see the world in entirely new ways. Their uses stretch beyond broken bones — even helping us examine ancient Egyptian artifacts and discover the structure of human DNA. While X-ray remains one of the oldest and most used forms of medical imaging, several other imaging te…

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Ensuring success among the stars

21st March 2023
Filed under: Ems, Faulhaber, Space

Space Shuttle

The space race didn’t get off to the best start this year, with the UK’s first ever satellite mission ending in disappointment. The launch highlights how the failure of just one component can lead to the demise of an entire mission. But space waits for no one, and as the race continues, how can we best ensure that future mis…

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DC micromotor supplier Electro Mechanical Systems (EMS) Ltd has expanded its offering of linear actuators with the newest additions to the FAULHABER L series. The 06L, 08L and 10L linear actuators, which offer a diameter between six and ten millimetres (mm), add to existing 22L and 32L that were launched as part of the series in…

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Small DC motor supplier Electro Mechanical Systems (EMS) Ltd has expanded its offering of FAULHABER linear actuators with the new L series. The 22L and 32L linear actuators are well suited for a broad range of applications including industrial automation, optics and photonics. The new family of linear actuators is designed for h…

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