Insights

In conversation with our President, Dr. Mark Broderick

Dr. Mark Broderick, explains why piezo motion technology is so important today and how he founded the innovative company Piezo Motion.

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In conversation with our Chief Revenue Officer, Todd Eckler

Today, we’re talking about the history and future of our world-shaping company with our Chief Revenue Officer Todd Eckler. 

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In conversation with our CEO Hassan Kotob

Piezo Motion is shaping the future of many industries, our ability to do this stems from our pioneering leader Hassan Kotob. Experienced in taking lesser-known technology with enormous potential and making it the industry standard, he’s now leading this company with creativity, collaboration and vision. 

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In conversation with our Chief Product & Innovation Officer, Nic Copley

Our Chairman and CEO Hassan Kotob sat down with Nic Copley; our Chief Product and Innovation officer to talk about all things technology.

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What is piezo technology and how is it shaping the world around us?

The clear choice in piezoelectric motor options, Piezo Motion offers a unique and scalable range of both rotary and linear designs. The new product line utilizes modern engineering polymers making them lightweight, yet highly durable and suitable for equipment and for high volume OEM applications.

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Innovative piezoelectric micro-dosing pump for laboratory fluid handling applications

Applications that traditionally require two or three separate laboratory devices can now be replaced with a single micro-dosing pump by Piezo Motion. This innovative design by Piezo Motion eliminates the drivetrain of traditional pumps by replacing it with a superior drive mechanism to provide outstanding performance and responsiveness.

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Small in size, large in power: Piezo motors

Piezoelectric motors can be used in a variety of applications due to their exact movements and the compact nature of their design. Piezo motors can duplicate a motion many thousands of times without sustaining wear and tear the way a traditional motor design would. This is due to the deforming and responsiveness of the ceramic and other materials.

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What Industries are Piezoelectric Motors Used For?

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Piezoelectric motors have been commercialized in various areas such as information technology, robotics, biomedical engineering, automotive, ecological and energy engineering. They are often preferred over electromagnetic type actuators, due mainly to suitability to miniaturization, lack of electromagnetic generation, higher efficiency.

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What is a Piezoelectric Motor?

Piezo motors can be designed in either linear or rotary form and applied to host of applications as both single and complex multi-axis system that enable very precise, repeatable and reliable motion control. The small size of the piezo motor means they can be used in a variety of locations where other solutions may have limitations. In addition, because piezo motors are not magnetic that can often be used in applications that require the generation of strong magnetic fields environments, such as medical MRI machines.

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Evolving Design Challenges with Piezoelectric Motion Devices (Part 3 of 3)

Piezo motors offer technical benefits and are now an affordable alternative to DC motors for rotary and linear motion requirements. They are direct drive and offer high precision with fast response times, plus good power density and light weight. With zero power to hold they offer the possibility of very efficient overall duty. They can be designed to offer low magnetic permeability for use in MRI fields, are immune from EM and RF interference, and have no emissions.

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