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This video shows how the Piuma Nanoindenter instrument series are operated using the Piuma Nanoindentation software suite: From calibration and automatically performing multiple indentations of a prespecified area in quasi-static state, to dynamic use of various operational modes, including dynamic material analysis (DMA)
PIUMA NANOINDENTER INSTRUMENT
This video shows how the Piuma Nanoindenter instrument series are operated using the Piuma Nanoindentation software suite: From calibration to automatically performing multiple indentations of a prespecified area.
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Piuma Nanoindenter performing a matrix scan on hydrogel in liquid
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Based on your application and needs, different options are possible. You can contact us, and we’ll figure out together the most suitable way to test our instruments with your application.
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What makes Optics11 Life instruments unique?
The innovative fiber-optical nanoindentation probes which are pre-calibrated, re-usable, and robust make the Optics11 Life instruments unique. Besides, the solutions bridge the gap from nano-mechanics to macr-mechanics and are easy to use.
How does fiber-optical interferometry work?
We use optical glass fibers to guide infrared laser-light through a cavity onto a cantilever. One part of the incoming wave is directly reflecting back into the fiber, whereas a second wave reflects from the cantilever and then propagates back into the fiber. Those two waves, same in wavelength, are shifted in phase when being superimposed. As the cantilever bends due to external stress, the phase changes 1:1 in relation to the cantilever bending. You can also watch the first video on this page: Piuma & Chiaro Nanoindenter Instruments.
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Optics11 Life supplies scientific instruments worldwide directly or via distributors. Optics11 Life is based in Amsterdam (headquarters), has a local sales branch in Boston, USA (see contact page), and for the regions China and Japan Optics11 Life (see contact page) collaborates with high-quality local distributors.
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