Bioimager EDF for Stereoscope with HDR (BESH) for Marco 3D Imaging with Automated Focus
- Great deep focused of all features of your sample that you could visualize, all in focus and single image .
- Motorized Focus with optional manual control box
- Travel range of 195mm / 7.7 in, at resolution of 15um step size.
- Up to 16kg/32lb imaging module can be loaded on the stand.
- Great Software for image acquisitive, focus control and image processing
- Optional modules for HDR, live manual image stitching, fluorescent imaging and etc.
- Large selection of camera from 2MP to 100MP
- Excellent quality of images for publications, print and art studio works.
BIM410RPC/FL Hoffman/Relief Phase Contrast & Fluorescence Inverted Biological Microscope
– Inverted Biological Microscope
– Brightfield, and optional Hoffman Modulation Contrast/Relief Contrast and/or Fluorescence
– 4x, 10x, 20x, 40x objective lenses
– 10x/22 eyepieces, 40x-400x total magnifications
– Optional C-Mount Adapters: 0.35x, 0.5x, 0.65x or 1xSKU: n/a
BDS-200L Large 3D Imaging System
- High Performance digital microscope
- High Resolution (0.1um in 30mm travel) 3D Images of large samples
- Optical magnifications from 0.45 to 20x and total magnification of 25x-1000x
- Great tool for 3D imaging of large specimens (0.1-10mm) such as minerals, jewelries, industrial inspection of PCB, small animals such as zebrafish, chicken, fruits, seeds, etc.
- Output image format for 3D printing
- Epi-Fluorescence imaging of small animals (optional)
BI3V 0.6x-5.6x Digital 2D-3D Viewer Video Inspection Microscope
SKU: BI3-457 0.7x-4.5x Digital 3D Viewer Video Inspection Microscope
- 0.7x-4.5x zoom lens or optional 0.6x-5.0x magnification
- 3D viewer zo0om lens
- 16MP, 8MP, 6MP or 2MP High Definition Camera
- 12″ Ultra HD Monitor (Optional)
- Ring LED
- Optional transmitted light
3D Profiler Microscopes
A 3D profiler microscope is a type of microscope that is designed to provide high-resolution 3D imaging of surfaces and structures. These microscopes are often used in a wide range of applications, including materials science, nanotechnology, semiconductor inspection, and biological imaging.
The 3D profiler microscope typically uses a combination of techniques such as autofocusing, extended depth of field (EDF) or focus. Other techniques such as confocal microscopy, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and atomic force microscopy (AFM) may also be used to create a detailed 3D profile of the sample being imaged. These techniques can provide information about the topography, texture, and morphology of the sample surface, as well as the thickness and other structural features of thin films and coatings.
One of the key features of 3D profiler microscopes is their ability to create detailed maps of surface roughness, which can be used to analyze the quality and performance of materials in various applications. They can also be used to visualize and measure the size and shape of micro- and nanostructures, making them useful in the development of nanotechnology applications and microfabrication processes.
In addition, 3D profiler microscopes often have advanced software that allows for quantitative analysis of the 3D data, such as roughness parameters, volume measurements, and cross-sectional analysis.
Overall, 3D profiler microscopes are a valuable tool in a wide range of applications, providing high-resolution imaging and quantitative analysis of surface structures and materials.