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Posted: June 10, 2010
Asylum Research Introduces New OnLine AFM/SPM Probe Store and Free Summer Kickoff Offer
(Nanowerk News) Asylum Research, a technology leader in scanning probe/atomic force microscopy (AFM/SPM), announces that its new automated AFM/SPM Probe Store is now online. The probe store provides simple search, sort, selection, quotation and purchase for a wide variety of different probes. Probe sort/search can be performed in seconds by application (e.g. biology, force measurements, electrical probing, steep sidewalls etc), type (e.g. contact, AC/tapping, coating, length), length, frequency, tip radius, composition/material, spring constant and more.
Asylum's Probe Store provides easy search/sort, selection, quotation and purchase of hundreds of AFM/SPM Probes. Detailed descriptions, specifications and SEM images are provided for each probe model.
Asylum's Probe Store offers hundreds of different probe types for every application, including Asylum's own line of probes as well as probes manufactured by Olympus, NanoWorld, Nanosensors, and SmartTip. Detailed description, specifications, and SEM images of each probe are provided. The Store can be found here or from the Probes menu selection on our main dropdown menu.
Asylum is also offering a Summer Kickoff Special: Through August 31, online Probe Store purchases (not including tax/shipping) will earn a free pack of tapping/AC mode probes:
$200 - $999: earns FREE 2-pack of tapping/AC mode probes
$1000 - $1799: earns FREE 5-pack of tapping/AC mode probes
$1800 and up: earns FREE 10-pack of tapping/AC mode probes
Hector Cavazos, Probe Manager at Asylum Research, commented, "We are pleased to offer this exciting new service to our customers to meet their imaging and measurement needs. Although we have offered AFM probes for some time, the new Probe Store provides a simple and fast interface for proper probe selection, quotation and direct ordering. We encourage our AFM customers, as well as researchers using other systems to browse our site and take advantage of our Kickoff Special."