Bruker Nano Surfaces

Bruker Nano Surfaces Division: From leading edge scientific research to high-speed production, Bruker provides the critical surface measurements necessary for success with the world's broadest range of AFMs, stylus profilers, mechanical testers, non-contact 3D optical microscopes, and fluorescence optical microscopes.

Their extensive suite of application-focused AFM and 3D optical instrumentation addresses the full range of metrology techniques, sample sizes, imaging resolutions, and analysis software. Bruker fluorescence optical microscopes provide the resolution, reliability, flexibility and ease of use required by today's life science research community.

Bruker production-ready tools help solve crucial inspection and QA issues, while anticipating the next generation of needs and standards. Whatever your surface measurement and surface analysis needs, Bruker has a specialized high-performance solution for you.

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Hitachi High Technologies

Having factories at Japan and branches world wide, Hitachi High Technology manufactures and supplies Table-Top Microscopes, Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM), Field Emission SEMs (FE-SEM), Transmission Electron Microscopes, etc.

Thermo Fisher Scientific

Head Quarters at USA and serve our 350,000 customers within pharmaceutical and biotech companies, hospitals and clinical diagnostic labs, universities, research institutions and government agencies, as well as environmental and industrial process control settings. Forevision represents exclusively Thermo Fischer Scientific for their EDS, WDS & EBSD products, which can be used with Electron Microscopes.

SPI Supplies / Structure Probe Inc.

"The SPI Supplies Division of Structure Probe, Inc. Head Quarters at USA was started in 1975 and is now known worldwide as a leading manufacturer and distributor of sample preparation equipment and consumable supply items for the routine operation of the typical SEM, TEM, LM, SPM and surface analysis laboratory."