University of Montana Becomes 1000th Customer of TESCAN’s VEGA-3 Variable Pressure SEM

TESCAN, a major manufacturer and provider of focused ion beam workstations and scanning electron microscopes, has announced the delivery of its 1000th VEGA-3 variable pressure scanning electron microscope to the Geosciences Department of the University of Montana.

As part of its ongoing commitment towards technological development and excellence, TESCAN provides novel and advanced focused ion beam and electron microscopy solutions to the global academic and research communities. The Vega SEM is ideally suited to geoscience applications.

Dr. Julie Baldwin, who serves as the Head of the Geosciences Department at the University of Montana, expressed her happiness to become the 1000th customer for VEGA-3 variable pressure scanning electron microscope. She has witnessed the remarkable growth of TESCAN in recent times, and has been continuously impressed with their vast expertise and experience.

Baldwin further said that the particular configuration of detectors selected by the department for the equipment perfectly emphasizes the adaptability of the Vega scanning electron microscope.

The performance, consistency and quality demonstrated by TESCAN products are the cornerstones of its business. The company recognizes the various requirements of customers and provides tailored solutions to fulfill the requirements of specific applications. TESCAN supplies its products all across the world, with major customer resource centers situated in North America, South America, Europe, China, Korea and all of Asia.


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