Customised Products

Competitive Edge due to Large Range and Unconventional Solutions

PI is fully at home where unconventional solutions are in demand. This is no longer limited to fields of research. Today, nanotechnology is also present in standardised industrial processes. Whether for industry or research, PI is in a position to offer solutions that far exceed the performance of "standard commercial" technology. Understanding the customers' requirements is essential in finding a creative solution.

The technological range available to PI always permits different approaches to a solution and is not limited to a single technology in advance. This often gives customers a considerable competitive edge.

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Specials for Research and Development

Scientists and Development Departments Rely on PI

Be it in science or product development: Being ahead means relying on the components used. PI is used for differentiation purposes, because drive components, positioners or systems by PI can make all the difference in "state-of-the-art technology".

Many scientific publications cite PI systems, as they are an important requisite for successful research and development projects. Bespoke developments for public research are a daily business for PI. Extreme ambient conditions and new designs are just as common as are slight modifications for better adaptation to applications. Important fields of research are, for example, beamline instrumentation, micro systems, and nanotechnology.

And often enough, developments at universities, with PI supplying the main components, form the basis for establishing own successful and innovative companies.

The Production Spectrum

Vertical Production Range and Production Capacity

The production spectrum from a two-ton hexapod to a 10-gram nanopositioner requires that PI has available equipment and technologies with which these systems can be manufactured, assembled, and qualified.

  • 5,000 m² clean room for production
  • Climate- and vibration-isolated measuring conditions
  • Vacuum technology
  • Metrology with traceable, calibrated external measuring equipment
  • Monitoring of piezo actuator technology from material composition to final inspection
  • In-house manufacturing of positioning sensors
  • Heavy Duty Hall with lifting-rotating equipment
  • Fractal Organisation of Production Processes