precise motion for microscopes
Cutting edge microscopes require components with an even higher accuracy than the final performance of the device. This is true for optical, electron, and scanning probe microscopes where the sample or device under test (DUT) are analyzed on the nanometer scale. This precision is not only limited to the placement of the sample but also the positioning of critical components such as shutters, filters or mirrors. attocube’s experienced engineering team designs customized nanopositioners or modules tailor made for OEM applications to optimize the performance of high level microscopes. These nanopositioners operate reliably in extreme environments like ultra high vacuum or cryogenic temperatures.
Resonance Frequency of an ANSxy50 made of titanium
Life Science: 3D Imaging System Showing Natural Colour
Sample positioning in scanning transmission x-ray microscope at SLAC
Characterizing a scanning fluorescence X-ray microscope
Measuring Brownian Motion of Comercial Micro-Cantilevers
Performance Test of the ANPz30/LT at 35 mK and 15 Tesla
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Nanoscale Virus at 300 mK
Photoluminescence measurements in fields up to 28 T
Scanning Hall Probe Microscopy at 300 mK with ANP positioners
Mapping and Manipulation of Leakage Currents in a Nanostructure
Controlling Electron Emission in Space and Time
Customized Nanopositioning Solutions
Customized nanopositioning solutions with exceptional dynamic force, high performance and stability for applications in room temperature, vacuum, radiation, or extreme cryogenic conditions.
Low Temperature Nanopositioners
Cryogenic nanopositioners are designed for nanopositioning over millimeter ranges with the highest precision under extreme conditions such as cryogenic temperatures, high magnetic fields, and ultra high vacuum.
Ambient and Vacuum Nanopositioners
The rugged and cost effective ambient and vacuum nanopositioners are designed for reliable and stable nanopositioning of higher loads over centimeter ranges.