I like my FIB technology updates to be OCCASIONAL, SHORT, INFORMED, HELPFUL, NOT TOO SERIOUS and FREE

I like my FIB technology updates to be OCCASIONAL, SHORT, INFORMED, HELPFUL, NOT TOO SERIOUS and FREE

Dear LinkedIN and NanoScope contacts – New and Old Firstly – thanks for being connected – If you are, then we share a mutual interest in a technical area where I, and my company NanoScope Services, are active. It could be FIB Circuit nano-surgery, Microscopes and accessories, FIB applications development, Failure Analysis, or even Marketing. But it could even be low cost qualification of automotive parts for space applications – so a diverse Nano-bag of outsourced R&D support, but all linked to advanced FIB Nano-engineering. I think LinkedIN is a great format for sharing updates – but I am terrible at this, and I need to improve. So… after several years of complete silence (hey, we’ve been busy…), it’s time again to reach out and renew those contacts and friendships from so many projects and collaborations. Over the next couple of months I’m going to post some LinkedIN articles about new techniques and capabilities – and how they can add value, and maybe how we can too. (check out some previews here, here, here and here if you are the impatient type) I can promise these feeds will have all the attributes I myself value in a message – they will be OCCASIONAL, SHORT, INFORMED, HELPFUL, NOT TOO SERIOUS and FREE (with a cool picture). Please comment if the urge takes you – good or bad, it’s all good, especially if it’s about something we don’t do yet, or something we can do better. Let’s start a conversation this Summer. With kind regards,...
NanoScope to present at the 4th Admati Technical Seminar at the Tel Aviv Hilton on 28th April 2015.

NanoScope to present at the 4th Admati Technical Seminar at the Tel Aviv Hilton on 28th April 2015.

    Press release 10th March 2015 Every two years Admati Agency hosts an ‘invite only’ technical seminar for their growing customer base and some new invitees in Israel. The seminar provides a forum for introducing the latest developments from the firms represented by Admati and also to introduce the capabilities of the latest companies to join the group since the last meeting. NanoScope partnered with Admati in 2014 and this year we will present our Semiconductor and high tech support services at this seminar for the first time. This year the seminar will be held on the 28-April-2015 at the Tel Aviv Hilton. We will be presenting our capabilities for advanced FIB (Focused Ion Beam) IC circuit nano-surgery, single node Failure Analysis with comprehensive de-capsulation capabilities, rapid Fab process qualifications and advanced microscopy for small geometries and materials analysis. Other companies presenting will be: Intel – Case study presentation Reltech – Independent Reliability testing services Phasix ESD – Independent ESD testing services Special guest speaker (to be announced) ThermoFisher Scientific, Interconnect Devices (IDI) and others to be confirmed. A more detailed agenda will be released nearer the date to registrants. Representatives from 17 major Israeli semiconductor companies are registered to attend and we expect several more over the coming weeks. If you are interested to learn more about the meeting please contact us here. Request a LinkedIN invite here.      Go to the NanoScope website here. Telephone +44 (0)1179576225       Send an email here. Contact : Lloyd Peto NanoScope Services Ltd. No30 Station Road Workshops Kingswood Bristol BS15 4PJ,...
New ‘best in class’ ex-situ FIBxTEM lift-out system launched

New ‘best in class’ ex-situ FIBxTEM lift-out system launched

The perfect addition to any FIB or FIB-SEM laboratory, a high performance optical microscope with ultra long working distance lenses and an ‘ex-situ‘ FIBxTEM section lift-out manipulator. Go to the full product description here. Our engineers (in previous roles) configured and supplied the first version of the ex-situ lift out system to all international FIB and FIB-SEM markets for over 10 years. Now we have created a new ‘best in class’ configuration to maximise the benefits of the ex-situ approach across the widest range of materials systems. If you are not sure of the advantages of ex-situ vs in-situ, read our technical article describing all the pro’s and con’s of both techniques here. The new system configuration has been developed with the experience gained from making FIBxTEM sections from over 300 different materials systems over the last 20 years. From catalytic converters to teeth, Indium Antimonide to car paint and carbon fibre composites and nuclear fuel rod liners to aerogel, we’ve used this technique to make successful FIBxTEM sections from all these materials systems, so we know what works and more importantly, what doesn’t. Changes to the stage design, combination lighting sources and lenses, ensure that the system delivers the highest success rate possible.  In addition we have taken advantage of new manufacturing capabilities and techniques, so the system is far more economical than any other ex-situ lift-out solution which has been offered until now. Our fully capable  ‘ECO’ configuration is available for £19,650 (€24,955) with immediate delivery. To see the full product description and specifications go to the lift-out page here.  Or to get a PDF brochure click...
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