Siskiyou Corporation News
New products and announcements from Siskiyou
Siskiyou Corporation is always expanding our product catalog with new and innovative products, check back regularly for the latest announcements!
by John Wingerd | February 27, 2020
As Published in Novus LightThe new MMF.sd “optical mount flipper” from Siskiyou Corporation is a motorized platform that enables optical components to be rapidly moved in and out of a free space beam path. (read more ....)
by John Wingerd | July 22, 2019
As Published in Novus LightLab jacks from Siskiyou Corporation offer an unmatched combination of stability, platform parallelism (over their full range of travel) and large adjustment range. (read more ....)
by John Wingerd | March 12, 2019
As Published in Novus LightIVM Series kinematic optical mounts from Siskiyou utilize a patented, spring-loaded pivot construction to deliver two-axis tilt adjustment with zero crosstalk and longterm mechanical stability. (read more ....)
by Michael O'Coyne | October 25, 2018
As Published in Novus LightA new motion controller system from Siskiyou features LabView control, a simplified virtual interface and the ability to automatically create scripts. (read more ....)
by Michael O'Coyne | May 22, 2018
As Published in Novus LightA new series of single axis platform flexures from Siskiyou Corporation offer highly stable, economical mounting of optical components, along with single axis tilt adjustment. (read more ....)
by Michael O'Coyne | May 02, 2016
GRANTS PASS, Ore., April 25, 2016The 50.5cr crossed roller stages from Siskiyou Corp. are designed for space- or weight-constrained applications. The stages feature a non influencing foil lock mechanism and offer a linear travel range of 12 mm of the 33 × 33-mm mounting platform.
The stages are compatible with both manual and motorized actuators from Siskiyou, including 80 TPI and 100 TPI pitch screws, an ultrahigh resolution differential micrometer, and the company’s 512 series motorized actuators. Applications include microscopy, intracavity adjustments in laser, and medical device incorporation. (read more ....)