‘GISmo’ – Gas Injector System accessory MOunt


Easy and cost effective in-situ TEM section extraction

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


If you are in the UK and interested to take part, email us here

NanoScope Services has developed a novel (patent pending) in-situ lift-out solution, which overcomes many of the shortcomings  of conventional solutions, 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.

Not right?

Do lift-out on the bench instead

Go to Ex-situ Liftout System

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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.