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The EM TIC 3X Milling System surpasses conventional slope cutting instruments. It can mill at high rates, cut broad and deep into the sample, and create smooth surfaces resulting in high-quality cross-sections of almost any material, quickly and easily.
Thermo Scientific have introduced the Trace 1300 Series gas chromatographs that incorporate breakthrough technology. Fausto Pigozzo shows us the new features including new injectors and detectors which help increase productivity and sensitivity with fast data acquisition in a more compact instrument.
The Mastersizer 3000 from Malvern Instruments replaces the Mastersizer 2000 particle size analyzer. Julie Chen gives us a run down on the new features and operation of the Mastersizer 3000.
Roshan Shetty from Anasys Instruments shows us their new AFM+ platform. This new development has been designed as a modular entry level instrument that combines an atomic force microscope and thermal analysis capabilities. It has been designed so that it can be upgraded to their NanoIR spec at a later date.
In this video Stephan Boehm, Project Manager, Micro-XRF for SEM, Bruker Nano talks about the XTrace Micro-Spot X-Ray Source.
Dan Walsh from Spectro Inc shows us the main features and demonstrates just how fast and easy the Spectro VISC Q3000 portable kinematic viscometer is to use. It is extremely small and can be easily taken on-site to provide on the spot viscosity readings, producing results in a matter of seconds.
The ICAP-Q ICPMS from Thermo Scientific is a new instrument that has been designed from the ground up that not only provides ease of use, but also easy maintenance. While the software interface makes the instrument easy to drive other features such as the redesigned Q-Cell collision cell help increase productivity by a factor of 2 over other ICPMS systems as well as improving sensitivity by 3 to 4 times.
In this video Simon Nunn, Global Marketing Director for Molecular Spectroscopy Thermo Scientific talks about the Nicolet iS50 FT-IR.
AZo.TV Interviews Dr. Jan Stefan Roell and Bill Becker from Zwick-Roell at the 21st Annual TextXpo 2012, in Ulm, Germany
Dr Philip Withers Discusses the work conducted using his Xradia (Now Zeiss) VersaXRM at the University of Manchester.
Zwick Roell Video: Tensile tests on plastics to ISO 527 with makroXtens extensometer

Tim Drake from Aspex Corp at Pittcon 2012.

Introducing the ASPEX EXpress Desktop SEM: When size and budgets are key, the ASPEX EXpress desktop SEM provides superior particle analysis capabilities at an affordable price. Designed for "out of the lab" applications, the ASPEX EXpress desktop has plenty of power to do routine automated particle analysis with ease, speed and reliability.

In this video Dean Roberts, Manager-US Food, Feed and Agriculture Markets - Bruker demonstrates the working and application of Tango near IR spectrometer.
The ZSX Primus Series of wavelength dispersive X-Ray fluorescence spectrometers from Rigaku continues the tradition of delivering accurate results in both a timely and seamless manner, with unsurpassed reliability, flexibility, and ease of use to meet any challenges in the lab.
Märzhäuser Wetzlar - EMC 2012 - Run Time - 2:58mins
Stanislav Leesment from NT-MDT shows us their new SOLVER Nano AFM (atomic force microscope) that was launched t his years MRS Fall Meeting on Boston. Despite its diminutive size it includes all the functions of much larger AFMs.
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Bruker's CETR-Apex system is a nanomechanical testing system that features easily interchangeable heads allowing it to be able to used as a nano or micro indentation system as well as micro and nano scratch. Denis Koosau from Bruker shows us how easy it is to change a test head in this short video.
In this video Wayne Buttermore, Central Regions Sales Manager at Leica Systems talks about the ergonomy of Leica cameras.
Pittcon is the leading showcase for scientific and technical innovation, with a singular focus on laboratory science. From 90 countries, thousands of conferees visit Pittcon each year to evaluate new technologies and products, form valuable business connections and formulate purchase decisions.
The Dimension Fastscan from Bruker is the fastest AFM on the market. John Thornton takes us for a tour of this instrument pointing out key features and runs a demonstration to illustrate how fast data can be collected. The speed of this instrument make it suited to rapid sampling across large samples and production environments where speed is critical.
Mark Bumiller from Horiba shows us their latest addition, the SZ-100, nanoparticle size analyzer/characterization system. It is suited to analyzing particles in the sub-micron range. The SZ-100 uses dynamic light scattering (DLS) technology to look at brownian motion to measure particle size.
Vincent Larat from Horiba explains how the XploRA Raman spectrometer works and provides us with a real time demonstration of how the system works.
Fireboom products from Mid-Mountain Materials were used to help clean up the Gulf oil spill in the US. Once controlled burning wbecame an approved option, Mid-Mountain Materials supplied vast quantities of this refractory material so that the rogue oil could be rounded up and burned off, protecting nearby beaches and wildlife.
The Hiden CATLAB is a catalyst characterisation and microreactor system designed to make the analysis of catalysts rapid and simple.
In this video Simon Nunn, Global Marketing Director for Molecular Spectroscopy introduces Thermo Scientific PicoSpin 45 at Pittcon 2013.
The MicroXam100 from KLA Tencor is a surface profilometer and white light optical interferometer. Jim Zobel explains how the system works and demsinatres it's fast data acquisition rates.
Get more information on this exciting feature at www.tainstruments.com TA Instruments proudly introduces you to SmartSwap™, an exciting feature on every Discovery Hybrid Rheometer! This excellent intelligent technology instantly recognizes geometries and sets parameters in your Trios Software. SmartSwap™ allows a quick and easy transition between any of our SmartSwap™ environmental systems and geometries that takes only seconds! SmartSwap™ is just one of many features that makes Discovery Hybrid Rheometers versatile and user-friendly. What else will you do with your rheometer today?
Dan Davis from Shimadzu shows us their EDX-LE benchtop x-ray fluorescence (XRF) instrument. he shows us key features such as the sample positioning camera and runs a sample in real time for us.
An introduction to the TANDEM: the online tablet characterization PAT tool from Bruker Optics.
On May 22nd 2013 - AZo.TV attended the Tribology and Mechanical Testing Workshop by Bruker Nano-Surfaces at the University of Sheffield. Taking part in workshops and seminars with such experts as Steve Shaffer, PhD - senior applications scientist.
Bruker's UMT Universal Mechanical Tester. The UMT is the "complete tribology lab" and provides macro, micro and nanoscale tests under real-world conditions. Talking to Bruker's Steve Shaffer and University of Sheffield's Mark Rainforth, they discuss the ease of use and the typical applications of the UMT.
The Spinsolve® series of high-performance, low-cost benchtop NMR spectrometers the Spinsolve® Carbon is perfect for Chemistry Education, Synthetic Chemists and Reaction Monitoring.
Katherine Kellersberg discusses MALDI Molecular Imaging within Bruker products at WMIC in Savannah.
Zwick Roiell video on Tensile tests on metals with Makroxtens
Denise Hoban from Micro Materials tells us about their recently launched NanoTest Vantage nanomechanical testing system. It is a unique instrument that can carry out a number of tests at temperatures ranging from less than 0°C up to 750°C.
The Zetasizer Nano ZSP is the premium system in the Zetasizer range. It is used for the measurement of size, electrophoretic mobility of proteins, zeta potential of nanoparticles and surfaces, and optionally the microrheology of protein and polymer solutions. The exceptional performance also enables the measurement of the molecular weight and second virial coefficient, A2, of macromolecules and kD, the DLS interaction parameter.
Bruker’s MPA FT-NIR analyzer offers easy, reliable and cost-effective solutions for milk testing and dairy analysis.
A short introductory video describing how a typical Internal Combustion Engine Piston is machined from aluminium.
The MiniRam III from B&W Tek is a compact, portable Raman spectrometer with in-built power supply, computing power and touch screen interface. Robert Chimenti points out the main features and runs a demonstration, which shows how fast the instrument is to use.
Quantachrome have introduced the 1905/3805 Wave Series porosity analyzers. These use a totally electronic technique that is extremely fast compared to other techniques such as gas sorption that can take many hours, as well as mercury porosimetry that can take tens of minutes and uses mercury, that is often undesirable.
University at Buffalo chemists are using graphene, to develop new coatings for rust-proofing steel.
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