Deben UK Ltd. are a precision engineering company based in the UK, specializing in the field of in-situ tensile testing, motion control and specimen cooling for microscopy applications.
Established in 1986 as Deben Research Ltd. and named after a Suffolk river, Deben now operate from a large modern facility near Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk, UK.
Main product groups are motor control systems, in-situ micro-tensile stages, Peltier heating & cooling stages, detectors for SEMs and electrostatic beam blankers. We also make custom and OEM versions of these products to specifically meet customer requirements.
In 2011 Deben joined the Judges Scientific plc group and in 2012 Deben acquired KE developments.
Deben also provide consultancy, design and prototype manufacturing services. Our in house facilities include SolidWorks and SolidEdge 3D CAD and COSMOS finite element analysis software, CNC machining, electronics design and manufacture and software design using Visual C++, Microsoft.net and DirectX. Utilizing this experience we design and manufacture products for OEMs and end users in the UK and overseas.
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