Ultra-precision parts for e-beam inspection

Published on by Precision components. The reading time is approximately 2 minutes.

Making ultra-precision components is NTS’ core competence, with specialized locations in Drachten and Hengelo for making extremely complex components. Products and components are getting smaller and smaller. The future therefore lies in making sub-nano components. Sales & Account Manager at NTS Norma in Drachten, Tom Kruse, clearly had this in mind when he took on a challenging customer case and raised the bar for NTS.

Making ultra-precision parts for e-beam inspection took NTS a big step forward in its technology roadmap. The craftsmanship and creativity of work planner and calculator Douwe de Jong played an important role in this. Working together, experimenting and pioneering have led to promising first results, a very satisfied customer and a company that is ready for the future. All of this is based on a team effort in which all disciplines of NTS and experts of the customer were involved, and in which the competencies of valuable suppliers were used.

Are you curious to how you can make the difference for our leading customers? And do you like to be challenged by complexity?

In this paper, we show a real-life customer case of how we make ultra-precise components in Drachten for  an e-beam application and the complexity that comes with ultra-precision. Become part of a team which makes the seemingly impossible, possible. Click on the button or image below to read the case.

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