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Microscope Stage for Productive Microplate Imaging

Microscope Stage for Productive Microplate Imaging

Prior Scientific announces the H139, a new motorised microscope stage designed to enable life scientists to precisely position, move and image up to two microplates or nine microscope slides.

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Accurate & Precise Microscope Stage for Electronics Material Testing

Accurate & Precise Microscope Stage for Electronics Material Testing

The Prior Scientific H112 microscope stage offers a travel range of over 300 x 300 mm making it ideal for accurate and precise scanning of semiconductor wafers, photo masks, flat panel displays and printed circuit boards.

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Microscope Stage for Precision Mapping of Large Samples

Microscope Stage for Precision Mapping of Large Samples

The H105 ProScan Microscope stage from Prior Scientific is purpose designed for precision mapping of large specimens including scanning of a wide range of semiconductor wafers (up to 150mm / 6 inches), photo masks, printed circuit boards and other material science applications.

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Prior products used for artistic microscopy

Prior products used for artistic microscopy

Prior Scientific is well known for providing high quality, precision equipment for microscopy, but not all of it is used in industrial or research applications. Prior Scientific reports that its OptiScanĀ® controller, and the associated stage and focus motor, are in use by Richard Weston, a former Professor of Architecture at Cardiff University.

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Linear Motor Stages Set New Standard for Microscope Automation

Linear Motor Stages Set New Standard for Microscope Automation

Prior Scientific has announced that the Core Imaging Facility at the UK's prestigious National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) has chosen a Prior HLD117 linear motor stage to be the sample platform at the centre of a new system based around an Olympus IX83 microscope.

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