Quickly cut transmission electron microscope specimens from hard, brittle materials without mechanical or thermal damage.
Ultrasonic disk cutting is a proven method for producing TEM planar or cross-section specimens. Creates disk, cylindrical, and rectangular specimens.
Ultrasonic disk cutting is a method for producing transmission electron microscopy specimen disks from any hard, brittle material, such as ceramic, semiconductor, and geological materials. This technique produces either disk specimens from materials as thin as 40 µm or cylindrical rods up to 10 mm in length.