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Bruker - AFM/Optical Profilers/FTIR

Bruker(ex-Veeco). USA
AFMs, Optical Profilers & Stylus Profilers
Bruker AXS, an operating company of Bruker Corporation (NASDAQ:BRKR) is a global market and technology leader in materials research and quality control instrumentation for elemental and crystalline structure investigations. The range of solutions covers biological crystallography and chemical crystallography, bulk material and surface sensitive X-ray diffraction, atomic force microscopy, white light  optical profilers and confocal microscopes, stylus profilers, wavelength and energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence analysis, optical emission spectroscopy, and combustion analysis.



Ultima Multiphoton Imaging Systems

Leading advances in neuroscience with fast, deep multiphoton imaging.


At the forefront of scientific discoveries for more than ten years, Bruker’s Ultima multiphoton imaging technology is a direct result decades of close collaboration and laboratory experience with leading neuroscientists around the world. The involvement of these experts has led to a host of unique capabilities and features found only on Ultima systems, such as their modular setup, incorporated photostimulation light path, and feature-rich Prairie View Software.

Compared to confocal technology, multiphoton imaging allows deeper imaging into tissue, making it the technique of choice for thicker tissue specimens, such as brain slices or tumor or lymph node explants, as well as intravital research of small animal models. In addition to 2-photon imaging, Bruker has pioneered the use of 2-photon techniques for photoactivation and photostimulation. Optical configurations allowing the use of fast pulsed IR lasers provide the ability to perform photoactivation and photostimulation with precise 3D localization. The open architecture of Ultima systems provides the flexibility required to meet the widest range of application requirements, while delivering the capability for easy future upgrades.


Ultima IntraVital
The Ultima IntraVital is designed specifically for intravital imaging, with fully motorized control of the objective X-Y-Z position, as well as two axes of rotation for precise imaging orientation.  A second scan path enables simultaneous imaging and photoactivation.  An optional high-speed resonant scanner brings video-rate imaging to the platform.

2-Photon Imaging Designed Specifically for In Vivo Applications
High-Efficiency Photon Collection and Detection
Simultaneous Imaging and Photoactivation




Ultima InVitro
Ultima In Vitro is the ultimate “slice rig”, having provided the platform on which leading scientists have conducted breakthrough experiments in brain slices related to neural signaling and neural networks for more than ten years.
Simultaneous imaging, electrophysiology and uncaging/photostimulation provides a complete stimulus/recording environment for today's neuroscientist. A system that works out of the box, and yet provides the flexibility for the most demanding protocols means Ultima will be your work horse system for years.


Ultima Investigator
As the most streamlined model of Bruker's Ultima family of multiphoton microscopes, Ultima Investigator™ features a base system specifically optimized for in vivo studies and is designed for add-on flexibility with a host of specialized options. Ultima Investigator's high-resolution, high-speed, high-sensitivity deep imaging provides the ultimate value for smaller labs and additional imaging bandwidth in larger labs.

Ultima Investigator Applications
Intravital imaging
In vivo imaging of neurons through thinned skulls
In vivo imaging in behavioral paradigms


Vutara 350 Super-Resolution Microscope
The fastest super-resolution microscope on the market. Image deep 3D sections on live cells quickly and easily.

The Vutara 352 is the first and only system of its kind:
Video-rate, single-molecule localization microscopy

Live-cell, super-resolution imaging protocols and workflows
Simultaneous four-color super-resolution imaging (including a 750 nm excitation option)
Turn voxels into information with quantitative analysis modules
Optional high-speed confocal scanner for correlative imaging 
All raw data is stored and available in a non-proprietary format for inspection and novel analysis
Comprehensive online protocol and support library to speed you to publication



Opterra II Live-Cell Imaging: Enabling 4D Fluorescence Confocal Microscopy
The Opterra II swept-field confocal microscope utilizes proprietary one-dimensional pinhole array technology to combine the resolution of traditional confocal systems with the speed typically associated with wide-field imaging. 

With its short acquisition times and cell-protecting minimization of photobleaching and phototoxicity, Opterra II is ideal for advanced live-cell imaging.




Dimension FASTSCAN - a new generation of high speed AFM imaging
Dimension FastScan™ AFM applies the performance of AFM application in polymer, semiconductor, energy, data storage and materials such as field nanoscale research. FastScan™ achieves atomic force microscopy imaging without compromising highest resolution, application flexibility, or productivity. The system delivers atomic resolution imaging while simultaneously providing real-time maps of properties derived from the individual force interactions. Whether you scan at >125Hz when surveying a sample to find the region of interest, or at time rates of 1-second per image frame in air of fluids, the Dimension FastScan redefines the AFM experience. 

Dimension FastScan™ High scan rate or ultimate resolution while maintaining exceptional tip force control is a leap into a new generation of AFM use. The FastScan AFM system is the latest evolution of our industry-leading, tip-scanning AFM technology, incorporating temperature-compensating position sensors in its two scanners to render noise levels in the sub-angstrom range for the Z-axis, and angstroms in X-Y. In the air or in the liquid imaging speed is 100 times as much as the original speed, automatic laser alignment and detector adjustment, Intelligent needle inserting, shorten experiment time largely. This is extraordinary performance in a large-sample system, using 34- and 90-micron scanner ranges and surpassing the open-loop noise levels of high-resolution AFMs.

Dimension FastScan™ AFM has automatic imaging ability for big samples, making it widely used in the manufacturing process of the semiconductor and data storage equipments, it can measure diameter of 200 mm measured on more than 100 samples of the area. It has all the configuration of an atomic force microscope and the scanning tunneling microscope, can be used as surface roughness measurement defects detecting and other characteristics in the three dimensional and no damage to sample during the measurement process and don't need to sample pretreatment and modified.



(1) Scanning Capacitance Microscopy (SCM)
Mainly use the change of majority carriers (electronic or electric hole) in samples (usually semiconductor) surface to imaging, apply an alternate voltage between the tip and sample, tip scan in surface samples, monitoring the capacitance change between tip and sample through a high sensitivity, high frequency oscillation circuit. SCM common used in semiconductor process analysis of 2D doping quantity distribution and defects.



(2) Conductive AFM (C-AFM)
Mainly used for analysis of the change of the semiconductor conductive of middle and low conductive semiconductors. For general use measurement. CAFM makes its current range fA to mA, and use conductive probe, in general operating under dc bias is applied by the point of a sample to let grounding. When using the z back to signal to produce award contact AFM image, the current will flow tip and samples, in order to produce the conductivity of the AFM image.   


(3) Scanning Spreading Resistance Microscopy (SSRM)
The patented Scanning Spreading Resistance Microscopy (SSRM) is the second kind instrument derived from Contact mode AFM, mainly used as imaging of a semiconductor materials 2D carrier concentration distribution (Resistance). When applied DC bias between tip and samples, and at the same time a conductive probe scan sample by contact mode, meanwhile, measure the current between tip and samples with 10pA to 0.1mA logarithm of current amplifier.    
The right picture is SSRM image of the InP hetro-junction, the left picture is the Contact mode AFM (scan area is 7mm), pictures provide by Lucent Technologies. The different area of the hetro-junction of InP is clearly shown in the SSRM image:Zn-doped p type layer and S-doped n type area.


(4) Surface Potential
Surface Potential (SP) imaging, is the second imaging mode derived from Tapping Mode, use the surface potential to image. When the tip under Lift mode (see "magnetic force microscope" in the description of the Lift Mode) scans through the samples above the surface, because each position potential is different between the tip and the surface of the sample, so there would be a force between cantilever and the tip. By transforming the voltage on the tip to make the tip and sample surface potential maintain consistent to offset force. SP images are used to detect and determine the difference of  contact potential (CPD)
The right is CD RW Tapping mode measured figure and left for Surface Potential image, only in the Surface Potential images can present a bit (5µm scan range) Yasudo Ichikawa, Toyo Corp.


ContourGT Surface Measurement Systems
- Non-contact Optical Profiler for QC/QA and research
ContourGT™ series products combine with advanced bits, multi core operation and analysis software, patented white light of the interferometers (WLI) hardware, and easiest operation, is the most advanced developed 3D optical surface profile currently. Its designed is aim to have more advanced ability and higher productivity, strengthen current NT series which are mainly of WLI surface profile instrument. ContourGT series product contain a flagship level ContourGT-X, improver ContourGT-I and entry-level desktop K, Each product can offer all kinds of application of processing and manufacturing on the market (including high brightness LED, solar, ophthalmology, semiconductor and medical device, etc.).





Bump Ball height and Roundness measurement

Wired Die

Copper Wire imprint Depth and Aluminum Splash measurement

Laser Marking Depth Measurement




Traditional pitch-and roll stage designs require operator adjustment of five aces of motion to maintain point of inspection on line of sight for measurement. The unique Bruker tip/tilt in the head design maintains the line of sight on the point of inspection - regardless of tilt - resulting in optimized image acquisition and fastest time to data.

Equip with AFM module to further enhance the spatial resolution


Universal Mechanical Testing (UMT)
By simply replacing components, within a matter of minutes users can alternate between reciprocating and rotating motion, from pin-on-disk to block-on-ring or any of a number of ASTM, DIN or ISO standard tests. Unlike other instruments in this class, Bruker's CETR-UMT is capable of highly accurate loading and custom motion patterns through the use of precision servo-control.

 Disk / Disk Module

Disk / Disk Module
with 1000°C chamber

reciprocating Module
with 300°C chamber

Nanoindentation Module


* UMT-1 nano & micro-mechanical tests of thin and ultra-thin coatings and bulk materials,
    load range: 1
µN - 10N
* UMT-2
micro-mechanical tests of coatings and materials, load range: 1mN to 200N
* UMT-3
macro-mechanical tests of lubricants, metal and ceramic materials, load range: 0.1N to 1kN




FTIR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy)  

- using infrared spectroscopy and fourier transform to analyze contamination for process control and failure analysis

1. Resolution: 0.5cm -1,optional 0.25cm -1
2. SNR better than 40000:1 (1-min test)
3. Patented ROCKSOLID Interferometry, vibration-free
     and maintenance-free
4. Can equip on IR microscope
5. Far IR Mid IR, near IR measurement

Using IR Microscope to define the
Region-Of-intest of the samples