‘GISmo’ – Gas Injector System accessory MOunt

Easy and cost effective in-situ TEM system for section extraction

In beta test currently – new testing partners wanted – free trial period.

If you are in the UK and interested to take part in testing our in-situ TEM system, email us here

NanoScope Services has developed a novel (patent pending) in-situ lift-out solution, which overcomes many of the shortcomings  of conventional in-situ TEM systems, while offering some important new applications advantages.

There are 5 clear advantages

  1. LOW COST – Costs less than the consumables of other solutions, no maintenance, no running costs no consumables and free replacements.
  2. EASY – easy to train, easy to use,  easy to install
  3. COMPATIBLE – Adds nano-manipulation to your existing gas injector (without compromising it). It works with all system options including other manipulators.
  4. COMPLETE SUPPORT – Step by step help for install and use, direct support and training visits if needed.
  5. SAFE AND RELIABLE – Normal microscope and GIS operations are not affected. GISmo has a flexible probe and no moving parts so is almost impossible to blunt or damage.


Want to learn more about lift-out? try these.

‘ In-situ or Ex-situ? Which TEM section lift-out method is best?’You may think in-situ foil extraction is more advanced and effective than ex-situ, but hold on, that’s not the whole story.

‘Anatomy of a FIBxTEM section – What will I see in the TEM?’ FIBxTEM sections are not the same at mechanically prepared TEM sections. TEM operators can stumble when they start imaging them. This applications note can help.

in-situ TEM system GISmo probe seen at Low magGismo Probe in-situ TEM system

Not right?

Do lift-out on the bench instead

Go to Ex-situ Liftout System

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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. Our new ‘best in class’ configuration maximises the benefits of the ex-situ approach across the widest range of materials systems.