Faraday Motion Controls are extremely experienced in providing high-precision motion control systems for the scientific sector.
With over 25 years of experience in this field, we have built a strong reputation for delivering reliable and high-precision motion control systems to meet the most demanding scientific applications.
We understand the scientific sector
Our team of experienced engineers have an in-depth understanding of the complex and unique requirements of the scientific industry. We work closely with you to design, develop, and implement bespoke systems that meet your specific needs.
We have covered a wide range of scientific applications, including microscopy, spectroscopy, and robotics. Motion control projects have involved x-ray diffraction, neutron scattering, and synchrotron radiation to name a few. Our solutions have been used in scientific research institutions, universities, and industrial laboratories across the world.
Diamond Light Source synchrotron project
One notable project that Faraday Motion Controls has been involved in is the Diamond Light project in Oxfordshire, UK. The Diamond Light Source is a state-of-the-art synchrotron facility that produces very intense beams of light that scientists use to study the atomic and molecular structure of a wide range of materials.
Faraday Motion Controls has worked closely with the Diamond Light Source facility to provide motion control solutions that are critical to the success of their research. Our expertise in precision motion control has been instrumental in ensuring the accurate positioning of samples and detectors within the synchrotron beamline.