Electron Microscope Analyzers



Advanced Postprocessing & Visualization

Intuitive User Interface

dislocations distribution
Advanced materials characterization
ESPRIT QUBE is the only commercial software with a user interface enabling dislocation density analysis in 3D
parameter grain boundary character
Advanced materials characterization
Qualitative and quantitative analysis of the full grain boundary character
Advanced materials characterization
Qualitative and quantitative analysis of particles/grains based on their chemical composition and/or crystal orientation

Most Advanced 3D EBSD&EDS Data Postprocessing Software Platform

ESPRIT QUBE is a modern software platform for advanced 3D EBSD and EDS data postprocessing and visualization. Developed in collaboration with a team of experts at Max Plank Institute for Iron Research in Düsseldorf Germany, QUBE has a state of the art core based on unit quaternions which is the best way to represent and rotate objects in a 3D space without limitations like the gimbal lock. It's user friendly interface enables advanced characterization of materials in 3D for the novice and expert users alike. Here are some of the most important tools/capabilities made available by ESPRIT QUBE:

  • Multiple data filtering options
  • Automatic elastic and rigid slice registration 
  • GND distribution analysis, - surface meshing 
  • ISO-concentration volumes 
  • 5 parameter grain boundary analysis 
  • Multiple subsetting options 
  • Grain/particle metrics, e.g. size, shape, neighbors 
  • Interactive 3D data visualization, e.g. 3D cursor 
  • 3D EDS & EBSD data cube simulation 
  • Compatible with HDF5 and multiple other file formats

Why do I need ESPRIT QUBE?

  • Advanced 3D data postprocessing within a user-friendly interface
  • GND density in 3D
  • Surface meshing
  • 5 parameter grain boundary analysis
  • Iso-concentration volumes analysis
  • 3D Grain/particle metrics
  • 3D Grain/particle neighbor visualization
  • Creation of simulated 3D data cubes for use as input data in computer models