Minus K Technology Releases Its New CT-2 Ultra-Thin, Low-Frequency Passive Vibration Isolator

Minus K's New Ultra-Thin CT-2 Negative-Stiffness Passive Vibration Isolation Platform at Just 2-1/2 Inches in height Isolates Vibrations as Low as 1 Hertz Without the Need for Air or Electricity. - May 07, 2020

New Low-Height, Low-Frequency Vibration Isolation Platform Adapts to Space Constraints in Critical Micro- and Nano-Microscopy

New Low-Height, Low-Frequency Vibration Isolation Platform Adapts to Space Constraints in Critical Micro- and Nano-Microscopy

At just 2-1/4 inches in height, while isolating vibrations as low as 1 hertz, the new completely-passive Negative-Stiffness tabletop vibration isolation platform – developed by Minus K Technology – provides the industry’s thinnest low-height, low-frequency isolator for optimizing space in critical microscopy and laboratory applications. - March 14, 2019

Minus K Technology Announces Sixth U.S. Educational Giveaway

Celebrating its 25th year in business Minus K Technology, Inc. is giving away $20,000* worth of patented vibration isolators to colleges within the United States. - July 18, 2018

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is Now Hanging Out in a Vibration-Isolating "Hammock" Supported by Minus K's Negative-Stiffness Vibration Isolators

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, the replacement to the Hubble Space Telescope is Now Hanging Out in a Vibration-Isolating "Hammock" Supported by Minus K's Negative-Stiffness Vibration Isolators in Johnson Space Center's Vaccum Chamber A being tested. - October 28, 2017

Minus K Technology Announces Fifth U.S. Educational Giveaway

Minus K Technology will grant at least $20,000* of its superior performing patented Negative-Stiffness low-frequency vibration isolators to colleges in the United States. - June 05, 2017

New Ultra Compact, Negative-Stiffness Vibration Isolator from Minus K Technology Reduces Low-Frequency Vibrations with Less Space Required

New LC-4 isolator can be combined into multi-isolator systems to support heavier payloads while taking up very little room, and using no air or electricity. - February 08, 2015

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