Complete Solution for Nanomechanical Characterization
Today, Bruker's NanoMechanics Lab encompasses the full evolution of nanoscale AFM measurement techniques, including the well-established Force Volume and PeakForce QNM modes, as well as the new FASTForce Volume and FASTForce Volume Contact Resonance. Offering the most flexible force spectroscopy available, these modes can be combined to deliver huge data cubes, rendering a full array of elastic and viscoelastic data with great precision and repeatability ─ all in a single AFM system.
The advent of Bruker exclusive probe manufacturing methods allows us to calibrate every AFM probe for spring constant and control tip shape and radius to rendering consistent high accuracy results. The new PeakForce QNM-HA product features new and easy to follow calibration steps along with expanded software capabilities in modeling and analysis to accommodate a wide variety of samples. Consistent, convenient, calibrated measurements.
Exclusive Nanoscale Mechanical Measurement Modes
The combination of PeakForce QNM, precisely controlled tip geometry, and Bruker's frequency-calibrated probes enables routine measurements with the lowest uncertainty, while rendering results with high-resolution nanoscale mapping. By simply scanning the probe box QR code, selecting the specific probe number in the NanoScope software, and choosing between a touch or no-touch calibration, you're ready to start collecting truly quantitative nanomechanics measurements.