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New Solution for Gunshot Residue Analysis
Nov. 03, 2009

New Solution for Gunshot Residue Analysis

FEI Company announced the release of two dedicated scanning electron microscopes (SEMs) and a new software package for automated analysis of gunshot residues (GSR). The GSR S50 and GSR F50 SEMs include the released Magnum GSR software and specially-modified hardware to provide fully-automated analysis with novel improvements in speed, accuracy and affordability. GSR analysis uses high-resolution SEM imaging to locate residue particles, and X-ray spectrometry to determine their elemental composition. more
Three-Dimensional Surface Characterization
Nov. 02, 2009

Three-Dimensional Surface Characterization

Veeco Instruments announced the release of its NPFLEX 3D Metrology System for characterizing surfaces previously too difficult to measure due to size or part orientation. The System combines the industry-leading performance of the non-contact, white light optical profilers with a unique open-access design to enable rapid, three-dimensional data acquisition and analysis on a wide range of large samples for precision machining applications in the medical implant, aerospace, and automotive market sectors. more
Versatile Microscopy Camera for Bio-imaging
Nov. 02, 2009

Versatile Microscopy Camera for Bio-imaging

QImaging, a developer and manufacturer of digital cameras for life science and industrial applications, has announced the release of the EXi Aqua Bio-imaging Microscopy Camera. This product replaces QImaging's Retiga EXi with even better performance and many feature enhancements. more
Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Zoom 6000
Nov. 02, 2009

Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of Zoom 6000

Navitar, a manufacturer of precision optical and opto-electronic systems, welcomes their twenty-fifth anniversary of manufacturing high magnification video microscope lenses. Navitar's Zoom 6000, introduced in 1984, marked the beginning of the automated inspection era helping industrial OEM customers reduce costs and increase productivity. more
High zoom and easy imaging
Nov. 02, 2009

High zoom and easy imaging

The SMZ745T trinocular stereomicroscope is a strong new addition to the Nikon stereo zoom microscope range. By optimising the design of the Greenough optical system, Nikon has realised an impressive 7.5x zoom, as well as incorporating a convenient optical path switch and built in camera port to simplify digital imaging. Together with a 115 mm working distance, this ensures the cost-effective SMZ745T is ideal for observation and digital image capture in industrial and biomedical applications. more
Algae Biofuels Measurement
Nov. 02, 2009

Algae Biofuels Measurement

BaySpec a producer for affordable spectral engines for bio-chemical identification, announced it has shipped a Raman-specific 1064nm spectrometer designed for measuring micro-Algae, a promising future source of renewable biomass oilcrop biofuels. more
Enhanced Statistics
Nov. 02, 2009

Enhanced Statistics

Digital Surf, the surface metrology solutions provider, announced the release of Mountains 5.1, the latest version of its imaging and analysis software. Mountains 5.1 contains new features for 3D optical microscopy, dimensional analysis of 2D component geometry, dynamic statistics for near-line monitoring of surface parameters, and new Cpk capability parameters. more
Ztherm Modulated Thermal Analysis Option
Nov. 02, 2009

Ztherm Modulated Thermal Analysis Option

Ztherm combines powerful conventional and new advanced thermal analysis capabilities with the high resolution of AFM. Allthough it adds patent pending compensation for thermally-induced cantilever bending and measurement of contact stiffness and dissipation for the highest sensitivity and resolution available. The Option provides highly localized heating with sensitivity to ≤10-22 liter (sub-zeptoliter) materials property changes, more than an order of magnitude improvement in volume over that previously available with commercial systems. more
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