Fischer-Cripps Laboratories Pty Ltd is a company first registered in New South Wales, Australia in 1966. The company has a long history of scientific manufacturing and consultancy. In 1999 Dr Cripps...
Hysitron is the world leader in developing nanomechanical test instruments and has designed cutting edge technology for the scientific community since 1992. As the pioneers of in-situ imaging with...
Nanomechanics has extensive expertise in nanoindentation and nanomechanical characterization. Nanomechanics' principal mission is to enable our customers to evaluate and understand the...
Micro Materials was formed in 1988 with the aim of becoming the world leader in development, manufacture and marketing of nanomechanical testing instruments for research and quality assurance. Our...
Nanotechnology, Materials Analysis, Spectroscopy
LOT QuantumDesign is a key supplier of nanotechnology solutions for research and industrial applications. Their range of products includes...
Accurion is a high-tech company providing advanced instrumentation in the field of surface analysis and active vibration isolation.
Under the brand Nanofilm, Accurion offers surface analysis...
In current biomedical research, the classification of the mechanical properties of biological materials is becoming significantly important. With recent advancements in biomedical engineering science,...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=3230 | 6 Mar 2013
Nanoindentation instruments are developed by employing very low indentation depths and loads. This standard is important for almost all instruments since they experience the problem of thermal drift...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=3228 | 5 Mar 2013
There are a number of challenges when performing both indentation and scratch testing on a system consisting of a thin hard coating on a soft polymeric substrate. Care must be taken to ensure...
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=2495 | 14 Jan 2010
Asylum's MFP NanoIndenter is a true instrumented indenter and is the first AFM-based indenter that does not use cantilevers as part of the indenting mechanism.
http://www.azonano.com/article.aspx?ArticleID=2339 | 31 Jul 2009