3rdTech Announces the NanoManipulator DP-200 for Nanotec Electronicas SPM
System Expands Choices for Nanotechnology Researchers
HILL, N.C., April
25, 2003 3rdTech
announced today the availability of the NanoManipulator Visualization and
Control System for the scanning probe microscope (SPM) from Nanotec Electronica
(http://www.nanotec.es). The new
NanoManipulator DP-200 adds the industrys most advanced 3D graphics, and
interactive, force-feedback manipulation system, to Nanotec Electronicas SPM
and WSxM software. Purdue University has purchased the first of these new
We needed a system that had the
manipulation capabilities of the NanoManipulator from 3rdTech, and we also
needed an open SPM system as a research platform, said Professor Ron
Reifenberger, professor of physics at Purdue University. Nanotec Electronica
provides researchers a flexible platform along with a precision SPM.
The award winning NanoManipulator system
enables scientists to feel surface characteristics of atomic-sized
substances and structures, and to use this force-feedback, coupled with
interactive 3D graphics, to manually or automatically manipulate the samples.
It also enables replay and reanalysis of entire SPM sessions with visual
and haptic controls.
Were pleased to be working with
Nanotec Electronica, said Nick England, President of 3rdTech. Their
products are on the leading edge for research in nanotechnology and are ideally
suited for the NanoManipulator system.
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