Microscopy Extensions

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Microscopy ExtensionsZEISS has announced extensions on its Crossbeam 350/550 and Atlas 5 microscopes.

Materials and life science researchers can now experience faster accessibility of deeper regions of interest when investigating samples in 3D. Users benefit from improvements in speed and data quality when performing multi-scale, multi-modal studies in additive manufacturing, electronics, battery research, biomaterials, and biological tissue investigations on resin-embedded biological specimens.

The LaserFIB on the Crossbeam 350/550 enables the access of deeply buried structures in addition to rapid, gallium-free structure fabrication over large length scales. A next generation femtosecond laser added to the airlock provides massive material ablation in a short time while virtually eliminating laser-induced heat effects. The Atlas 5’s extensions support imaging, 3D tomography, and a toolkit for analysis and reporting. Enhanced correlative workflows are now included due to improvements in relocation of regions of interest when guiding LaserFIB or FIB-SEM workflows using x-ray microscopy data.

Published: January 2020
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