The NaioAFM is the ideal atomic force microscope for nanoeducation and small sample measurements. More than just the successor of the well-known Easyscan 2 AFM, this all-in-one AFM system provides solid performance and easy handling, with a price tag and footprint that fit anyone and any place.
Key features and benefits
The NaioAFM is AFM scan head, controller, sample stage, micrometer positioning table, anti-vibration solution, and measurement accoustic enclosure all in one! Because of this, there are no loose parts that can get lost or assembled the wrong way. This is crucial in environments with new and inexperienced AFM users.
When the scan compartment is opened, for example to change the AFM sample or cantilever, the scanner is automatically retracted to prevent crashing of the cantilever into the sample when the compartment is closed again afterwards. Upon closing, a clever mechanism stably presses the AFM scan head onto a 3 point mount system and closes the acoustic isolation around the AFM sample and scan head. This way, the scanner compartment is effectively isolated from noise and air currents, and sample and scan head are connected via the smallest possible mechanical loop, all resulting in improved stability and measurement quality.
The NaioAFM also has an AFM sample stage with sample positioners built-in. These positioners can easily be uncoupled from the sample stage itself after position adjustment, resulting in the AFM sample only resting on a mounting platform that is directly attached to the granite table at the base of the system. This heavy stone table and the additional passive vibration isolation feet of the NaioAFM further protect the measurement against vibration disturbances, making the system very robust during measurements.
To use the NaioAFM, just plug in the power and USB cables, start the user-friendly software, and you’re ready to go within minutes! No real setup is required. Check out our overview video to see just how easy this is:
An additional advantage of the compact, all-in-one design of the NaioAFM is it’s portability: the system comes with a carrying case that allows taking the instrument to another room, institute, or even on a train or airplane. It will be up and running at the new location in no time. What other AFM instrument gives you this amount of flexibility?