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For 22 years, ABTech has been providing ultra-precision air-bearing motion systems, air bearing spindles, rotary tables, linear slides, roundness gages and turbine engine assembly systems for customer applications that demand sub-micron accuracies. Perfect for OEM's, production floor and R&D environments.

ABTech’s Air bearing technology provides the highest accuracy and nearly absolute repeatability with no contacting parts to wear over time, therefore delivering years of reliable and maintenance-free operation.

Our willingness to customize along with a wide variety of products and experiences gives us the flexibility to provide cost effective application specific solutions.

Our systems range from a simple single axis air bearing all the way up to a complete turn key motion system consisting of a multi axis controller and our proprietary software resulting in the most state-of-the-art precision instruments that are extremely accurate, reliable, and very easy to use. ABTech is worldwide with customers spanning the globe. Industries including nanotechnologies, photonics, test and inspection, aerospace, aviation, automotive, optics, semiconductor, turbine and other industries that require sub-micron accuracies.

ABTech is located in Fitzwilliam, NH where we engineer, design and manufacture everything on site in our 27,500 square foot state-of-the-art facility. Installation, training and testing on-site assures that you receive the best product for your application.



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5-Axis Air Bearing Positioning System (Bearings and Bushings) ABTech's 5-Axis air bearing project was designed and built for the National Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore Labs. The National Ignition Facility, or NIF is a stadium sized facility used to... (View Full Article)
Multi-functional Air Bearing Machines for NASA NuStar X-ray Telescope (Bearings and Bushings) NASA needed a machine that would safely and quickly produce optics for their long-delayed NuSTAR X-ray telescope. The scientists at NASA challenged ABTech to develop a multifunctional machine that... (View Full Article)