Massive Material Removal and Ultrafast Site-Specific Sample Preparation

Combining Crossbeam Laser and X-ray Microscopy

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Dr. Peter Gnauck Business Development Manager,
ZEISS Microscopy

In this webinar, the details of the femtosecond laser, integration of the system and the workflow using the Crossbeam laser together with a X-ray Microscope will be presented along with application examples focusing on geoscience, electronics, battery research and additive manufacturing.

Key Learnings:

  • Innovative 3 beam concept for fast and easy sample preparation of various material classes
  • Dual chamber approach: Massive material removal without contamination
  • Integrated correlative workflow with X-ray Microscopy

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