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Getting rid of bad vibrations
Date:3/18/2014

totype at the Hannover Messe (Hall 02, Booth D13).

So how exactly does this table differ from its predecessors? "Conventional vibration control tables have mounts that are fitted with readymade actuators and sensors that work independently of the table itself. What we have done is to combine these functional elements beforehand within the mounts themselves. We don't use complete actuators we use a number of interacting components that carry out the same function," explains Bartel. "So instead of having a system of individual elements producing a team effort, as was usual up to now, we have one composite unit." This includes connecting the actuators to the metal springs. Neither the actuator nor the springs could work on their own they can only work together to protect the table.

"We can tailor our system to a variety of applications," says Bartel. This includes adaptations according to the size and weight of the equipment used the table takes a different design if it is for, say, an electron microscope, than it would if it were meant for a smaller and lighter device. Reconfiguring the tables' geometry is the top priority here and simply making a smaller table is not enough. Changes in geometry affect the rigidity of the various elements. Similarly, the actuators and sensors take on a different design depending on the nature of the device: the larger the mass, the harder the actuators have to work in order to counteract vibrations.


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Contact: Torsten Bartel
torsten.bartel@lbf.fraunhofer.de
49-615-170-5497
Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
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