Disc Punch for Cutting Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) Discs

Cutting transmission electron microscopy (TEM) discs from metals, alloys, and any ductile materials with a Disc Punch is the preferred approach.


  • ELIMINATES PUNCHED AREA/DISC: The ability to view and remove the punched area/disc simplifies collecting and enables multiple punching in a single action
  • SUPPORTS PISTONS: Cutting and support pistons are perfectly aligned to ensure a crisp cut edge and simple removal of the punched disc
  • PROVIDE ACCURACY: The rigorous and long-term usage of the strong metal base assures accuracy
  • USAGE OF PISTON RIM DESIGN: Overall compression and cutting forces are prevented from extending into the specimen’s central area by a unique piston-rim design

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