Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg received a Table top SEM CUBE II from EMCrafts
S3 Alliance has sold and installed an EMCrafts CUBE II scanning electron microscope (SEM) at the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg. Weighing only 65 kg, the CUBE II is a very compact tabletop SEM that can be used by the co-workers and students of Prof F. Scheffler’s Industrial Chemistry group, whenever they need a SEM. It is a highly advanced instrument with 5 axes of motion and a resolution of up to 5.0 nm. With optional detectors like EDS (compatible with Oxford, Bruker, EDAX, Thermo), even the chemical composition of various kinds of samples can be explored.
Included are: Auto Rotation, Auto Tilt, Chamber Camera and Navigation. Like this, staff and students can analyze their samples using CUBE II’s simple and intuitive user interface.
The fast imaging capabilities of the Cube II SEM allow for rapid collection of large amounts of data, which is particularly useful for studies requiring large numbers of samples. Dr A. Lieb from the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg is extraordinarily satisfied with the technical know-how and the commitment of S3 Alliance service technicians on site.
In summary, the Cube II SEM from EMcrafts is a powerful and versatile tool for exploring the micro and nano world. With its high resolution, fast imaging, chemical analysis capabilities, and ease of operation, it is a valuable device for professionals in many fields. It is absolutely forward-looking and exactly the right way for university teaching and research at very affordable costs.