Our expertise lies at the intersection between optics and motion control for a wide variety of diagnostic and industrial applications.
MMG DIRECT DRIVE STAGE
Low profile, compact linear stage with Direct Drive motor for any combination of X, Y & Z configuration.
CLEAN XY STAGE
Our Engineering team re-imagined the standard stepper motor and leadscrew stage design by embedding the controls and motors.
SERVICE & SUPPORT
Contact our Customer Service team for refurbishment or spare parts for your DOVER stages.
WHO WE ARE
For over 50 years, the Dover Motion brand has had a history of exceeding customer needs to meet their precision motion control requirements. Our engineers, designers, and operations team partner with you to deliver solutions that exceed the quality, delivery and cost targets that you expect from a global Science and Technology company.
The DOVER product range offers an extensive option of mechatronics products based upon mechanical and air bearing technologies. Our brand is recognized worldwide for precision, performance and high reliability. Dover Motion's product line capabilities extend from a simple actuator to multiple axes of coordinated motion that can include software interface development and vision integration.
DOVER products are designed and built using a quality management system in accordance with ISO 9001:2008 for the Design and Manufacture of Precision Positioning Products and Motion Systems.
NEWS & EVENTS
We are proud to announce the launch of our new logo as part of the ongoing evolution of the Dover Motion brand. We refreshed our logo to reflect who we are today and to symbolize our view to the future. This change is not a decision we made lightly. We are proud of our rich history, and this is why Continue Reading
CTO Kevin McCarthy walks through what to consider when choosing hardware for optical imaging workflows in the August issue of MD+DI. "At the heart of many biomedical instruments lies an automated digital microscope. While many digital microscopes employ simple bright-field imaging using epi (through-the-objective) illumination, variants include ..." For the full article, see http://www.mddionline.com/article/x-y-zs-biomedical-imaging