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Case Study: Multi-Axis Motion Challenge – Solved by Innovative Ball Screw Design

A major global player in semiconductor lithography approached Steinmeyer to design the motion system for a new masking machine. The requirements for speed and precision were extremely demanding.

In this case study, learn how Steinmeyer used its full capabilities to meet this challenge. We designed and assembled an innovative, multi-axis system, driven by ground, stainless steel ball screws.

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Case Study – Custom Motion System_Semiconductor_STA

Steinmeyer is heading to BIOMEDevice in Boston – May 15-16

Visit booth 731 to speak with an engineer and view premium miniature ball screws

– German Made
– Diameters down to 3 mm
– Pitch down to 0.5 mm

Steinmeyer invites you to see the latest innovations in ball screw technology and view our German made, high quality miniature ball screw products. Come and discover precise and reliable linear motion for medical devices and lab instruments! Like all Steinmeyer products, our high quality miniature precision ball screws offer dynamic delivery of linear motion at high standards of precision and longevity.

Steinmeyer engineers can advise you on best suited standard or customized solutions that will support your most demanding designs. As an added value, we also offer products from our Steinmeyer Mechatronik division which specializes in custom linear modules from design to assembly.

Our booth will be manned by engineers ready to discuss your linear motion applications.

Be Our Guest!

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free BIOMEDevice Show Badge and 20% off a Conference Pass!


Case Study: Wearable Pumps Driven by Ball Screws

Ball Screws are Enabling the Next Generation
of Cardiovascular Assist Devices

In this Case Study you will learn how a novel, ball screw driven pump made life-changing, ambulatory therapy possible for cardiovascular patients. Read how mechanical engineers utilized smooth running and quiet miniature ball screws from Steinmeyer to satisfy the demanding requirements of this medical advancement. The challenges included:

  • Precise control of pressure
  • Light weight and compact
  • Quiet

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Case Study – Ball Screw Driven Wearable Pump

Steinmeyer Sponsors Medical Device Program

Engineers depend on Steinmeyer miniature ball screws for medical devices such as wearable pumps, orthotics, and more. Our quiet, smooth running screws provide precision linear motion critical for these life-changing instruments.

As part of our commitment to the medical device industry, Steinmeyer is sponsoring an educational program, presented by “Medical Device Group Boston” (MDG).

Please visit the Steinmeyer table to see the latest innovations in ball screw technology and view our German made, high quality miniature ball screws. Discover precise and reliable linear motion for medical devices and lab instruments!


Program Description:

Advances in Bionics and Medical Exoskeletons
January 16, 2019 – Regis College – Weston, MA

Come and see how much closer new technology is bringing patients to full limb utility!

Attractive artificial limbs with remarkable capabilities and natural motion are replacing the rigid prosthetics and hook-and-cable systems of yesteryear. The performance and capability of both exoskeletons and bionics have been markedly enhanced by technologies that sensitively and accurately interpret and respond to patient nerve signals and, in some recent research, send appropriate sensory signals back.

  • At this presentation, researchers Jesse Wheeler from Draper and Shriya Srinivasan from MIT will share some of their cutting-edge research in this area.
  • Paul Gudonis of Myomo and Christpher Nycz of WOI’s Automation and Interventional Medicine Laboratory will discuss the latest developments in rehabilitation robotics and their future visions for this field.
  • Christopher Morse from Ottobock will offer industry insight into what it takes to innovate in the advanced prosthetics space.


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