RESOLUTE™ encoders give focus to big science
French technology company IRELEC Alcen, based in Grenoble, manufactures optomechanical and robotics systems for synchrotron facilities worldwide.
A synchrotron (a type of particle accelerator) is an extremely powerful source of X-rays, which is used for scientific research in fields such as materials physics, chemistry and molecular biology. One example of such a facility is the Diamond Light Source (DLS) in Oxfordshire, UK.
This research involves placing an experimental sample at the end of a beamline, one of many specific paths of X-rays generated by a synchrotron. Each beamline can be used for experiments that probe the molecular structure, composition and physical properties of a sample.
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- Mirror platform with both in-air and in-vacuum motion stages [15.7MB]
- Aymeric Cunrath, IRELEC Technical Manager (left) and Raphaël Richaud (right) [14.1MB]
- Raphaël Richaud, IRELEC Business Development Manager [16.2MB]
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