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University project: we are looking for application fields for a tiny piezo motor

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Old 04-19-2012, 03:37 PM
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Default University project: we are looking for application fields for a tiny piezo motor



Hi!

We are working on a university project and we need to come up with new application fields for a tiny motor. Its main benefits are that it's really small (up to 6 millimeters) and it can position things very precisely, it's also really light.

If you put "squiggle motor" into youtube, you can see how it works.

Does anyone have any ideas where you could use it?

Do you think it could have any use for biological research?

We're kind of stuck and we need more ideas, I am really thankful for any suggestions!

Thanks!
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