Mechanical Technology, Incorporated - SEMtester | Tensile Stage
SEMtester | Tensile Stage | Mechanical Technology, Incorporated (MKTY)
Compact tensile stages with in-situ mounting for FEI, JEOL, Zeiss, etc. See dynamic changes for bending and compression. Material heater available.
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Mechanical Technology, Incorporated

SEMtester | Tensile Stage

Undoubtedly an essential measurement tool for process automation, quality control and tool automation control.

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In-situ material tensile stage solution for SEMs

These in-situ miniature bend, fatigue, strain, and tensile testers are designed for use in Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEMs), and Light Microscopes (LMs). The dual leadscrew design symmetrically loads samples while keeping them centered within the scopes field of view. 100, 1000 and 2000 pound versions are standard with a wide range of sample clamps, bending fixtures (3 and 4 point) and compression anvils. Custom mounting adapters are available for integration into virtually all major microscopy tools. Optional heaters also offered for testing under high temperature conditions.

SEMtester | Tensile Stage

Features

  • Compact, computer controlled load frame fits inside microscope chamber
  • Lightweight aluminum alloy construction
  • Internal motor drive
  • Computer controlled
  • Quick connect mounting fixtures adaptable to most microscopes are available for seamless integration into most major microscopy tools
  • Non-magnetic, vacuum-compatible components
  • Ball bearing design
  • Pico meter resolution on position control
  • Widely understood materials testing software
  • Quick, easy installation
  • No microscope alterations required
  • Optional heaters are available for testing

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