MFP-3D Infinity: High Performance Atomic Force Microscope from Asylum Research

The MFP-3D Infinity AFM available from Asylum Research is the latest and most advanced atomic force microscope in the MFP-3D series. The system is highly versatile like its predecessor model and offers new capabilities and improved performance.

The MFP-3D Infinity AFM has evolved extensively from the MFP-3D Classic design and features a lightweight aluminum design for easy handling. The model also comes with improved software and hardware features.

The MFP-3D Infinity AFM makes routine imaging tasks much faster and easier and supports most research projects. Redesigned optics provide higher resolution in both top and bottom-view options. In addition, higher deflection bandwidth allows bimodal techniques at resonances up to 7MHz and higher Z bandwidth allows enhanced force control and faster imaging.

Key Features

The main features of the MFP-3D Infinity AFM are:

  • Excellent performance
  • Superior ergonomics
  • High-speed, low-noise electronics
  • Lightweight aluminum design
  • Simple to use without compromising on capability
  • Flexible signal switching and programmable logic allow future expansion options
  • Integrated accessory expansion module bay reduces costs and clutter
  • GetStarted software automatically determines optimal imaging parameters

User Testimonials

The customizability of the MFP-3D and Asylum's support were critical to the success of the experiments that got me tenure.

David Ginger, University of Washington

The MFP-3D with piezoresponse force microscopy is a powerful tool for us to investigate ferroelectric and ferroelastic domain structures. In our group, crystal and domain structures and physical properties of ferroelectric single crystals are investigated. MFP-3D is an excellent instrument to resolve 3D domain structures formed in the crystals. Recently, we have succeeded in observing extremely fine domain structures with a size of 10-20nm in defect-controlled BaTiO3 single crystals.

Dr. Noguchi, University of Tokyo

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