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AXT to Distribute Lyncean Sources in Australia, New Zealand

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Light source manufacturer Lyncean Technologies Inc. has made AXT Pty Ltd. its exclusive representative in Australia and New Zealand.

"AXT was really our first choice for representing Lyncean in Australia and New Zealand,” said Michael Feser, CEO of Lyncean. “Their expertise in both x-ray generation devices and x-ray applications is extremely unusual for a manufacturer's representative. Additionally, their longevity, reputation for excellent customer support and vast customer base is second to none in that region."

AXT will be responsible for growing Lyncean’s academic research market, as well as providing frontline service and operational support for future installations.

"We are excited to represent Lyncean and see a tremendous potential for the Lyncean Compact Light Source as a complement to the Australian Synchrotron," said Richard Trett, managing director at AXT Pty Ltd. "Both university researchers and beamline scientists at the synchrotron have voiced the desire for a regionally located, laboratory-based source. It provides a complementary capability, additional beamline capacity and could be used for optimizing experiments. It also opens up whole new areas of science, in particular to experimentalists unable to travel with their experiments or who can't gain access to the required time on beam lines."

Lyncean is a developer of compact light sources for high-resolution synchrotron imaging. AXT is a distributor of high-end analytical instruments and associated equipment.


Photonics Spectra
Jun 2017
GLOSSARY
synchrotron
A device that uses superconducting magnets to bend or accelerate charged particles. It can be used to etch very fine high-density patterns on integrated circuits.
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