Preparing TEM Specimens and Atom Probe Tips by Laser Machining

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Author: Boris Rottwinkel, Henry Spott, André Kreutzer, Michael Krause, Georg Schusser, Thomas Höche
Thursday, July 1, 2021
3D-Micromac AG

Preparation of electron-transparent thin specimens can be costly in terms of time and is often challenging. Laser processing is an effective method for rapidly removing significant volumes of material to reduce the total time to a finished specimen. Cost-effective, and site-specific preparation of samples for microstructure evaluation allow to overall speed up and simplify analysis processes. In addition, ultra-short-pulsed laser-based sample preparation makes possible new sample geometries.

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