Nanomechanical & Nanotribological Applications | Bruker

Nanomechanical Applications

Optimizing Mechanical & Tribological Properties through Quantitative Nanoscale Characterization

Bruker’s nanomechanical testing technologies are applied to solving complex material issues for an extremely diverse set of applications. The ability to quantitatively characterize and optimize nanoscale mechanical and tribological properties has enabled revolutionary advances in materials development. Bruker’s comprehensive suite of characterization techniques provide tailored solutions for your specific material challenges, accelerating the understanding and optimization of material behavior in applications ranging from hard ultra-thin films to soft biological tissues.


Materials Science | Bruker

Materials Science

Quantify Mechanical and Tribological Behavior of Metals, Ceramics, Polymers, and Composites at the Nanoscale and Microscale

Life Sciences | Bruker

Life Sciences

Understand Mechanical and Tribological Properties of Natural and Synthetic Biomaterials and Pharmaceuticals

Semiconductor & Electronics | Bruker

Semiconductor/Electronics

Characterize Mechanical, Tribological, & Interfacial Properties of Materials used in Semiconductor, Display, Energy, & Data Storage

Thin Films and Coatings | Bruker

Thin Films and Coatings

Quantitative Mechanical, Tribological, and Interfacial Characterization of Ultra-Thin Films to Thick Protective Coatings

Low Dimensional Materials | Bruker

Low Dimensional Materials

Quantitative In-Situ Nanomechanical and Nanotribological Characterization of Nanoparticles, Graphene, Nanopillars, and Nanotubes

Industrial Manufacturing | Bruker

Industrial Manufacturing

Quantitative Characterization Techniques for Process Control, Quality Control, and Failure Analysis