Applied NanoStructures, Inc. develops, manufactures, and supplies various nanostructures including both conventional and specialized SPM probes for most applications. They leverage extensive experience in nanofabrication technology and research in AFM probes to supply the highest quality probes utilizing the latest technology in the market. Applied NanoStructures in-house clean room facility combined with their state-of-the-art characterization tools enable rapid prototyping, adaptability, and versatility in designing and developing new products for their customers. Major research programs are continuously underway both in-house and with external collaborators to develop high performance probes for advanced applications.
Their mission is to provide the highest quality SPM probes for standard, advanced and customized applications at a faster speed and more affordable price than the competition.
In addition to providing you with their standard catalog of products, AppNano enjoys working with customers to develop new probes or devices for advanced applications. Their experienced R&D Team takes pride in using their knowledge in silicon nanofabrication technology to realize these new ideas. Please contact them at [email protected] if you would like to discuss the creation of a custom product.
STM Tip Etcher from Applied NanoStructures at emc2012
Applied Nanostructures SensaProbes
Applied Nanostructures Doped Diamond Probes
Applied Nanostructures Silicon Nitride Probes
Applied Nanostructures Silicon Probes
Flat Tip AFM Probe from Applied NanoStructures
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