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27 okt Alicona Cobots – Collaborative Robots for Automated Quality Assurance

Austria, | October 27, 2017
The Alicona high-resolution optical 3D metrology combined with a 6-axis robot allows for automated quality assurance. With the Alicona robot solutions users are able to measure the surface of large components during production process or directly in the machine. Users benefit from a fast and simple integration of the 3D sensor in existing systems and the robust technology of Focus-Variation.   
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24 okt ST Instruments now represent Bio-Logic Science Instruments

Groot-Ammers | October 24, 2017
We are proud to announce that ST Instruments expands their portfolio in the field of Electrochemistryfrom today we are the exclusive distributor of Bio-Logic Science Instruments in the Benelux countries Since 1983, Bio-Logic offers research laboratory instruments for electrochemistry, battery testing, fuel cell and material testing. Its extensive product range is based on a modular and flexible design to address a wide variety of electrochemical applications. 
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23 okt Anasys Instruments New Mirage™ IR Microscope achieves sub-micron spatial resolution

Santa Barbara | October 23, 2017
Anasys Instruments has released the mIRage™ IR Microscope, a game changer in the field of IR spectroscopy by solving two of the biggest problems facing the field of IR microscopy: achieving submicron spatial resolution and measurement of thick samples in reflection mode without the contact limitations of ATR, and without dispersive artifacts.
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17 okt NANOscientific Magazine 2017, Fall

Free Magazine  | October, 2017
  The fall edition of the free NANOscientific Magazine is available. In depth information on the latest advancements in the field of Nanoscience and technology across a wide range of multidisciplinary areas of research. This edition includes:
  • Feature Article: “Smart on-demand Self Defensive Coatings of Biomedical Devices - How Self Activating Anti Biotics Work”;
  • Application Note: Using Piezoresponse Force Microscopy to Observe Local Electromechanical Responses at Nanometer;
  • Feature Story: Developing Energy from Natural Wood Without Corrosive Chemicals;
  • Feature Interview: Park Systems AFM Luncheon at Semicon West Draws Standing Room Only Crowd;
  • Application Note: Using SKPM with Park AFM to analyze electrical properties of metal, semiconductor device surfaces, organic and biological materials;
  • In the News: Park Recognizes AFM Scholarship 2017 Awardees.
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