These ultra-stable piezo micromanipulators support an extremely small footprint allowing them to be placed close to the sample or in tight spaces.
These ultra-stable piezo micromanipulators sport an extremely small footprint allowing them to be placed close to the sample or in tight spaces.
The new TRIO™-245 from Sutter Instrument is a highly stable 3-axis manipulator with 25mm of travel on each axis. The TRIO's synthetic 4th axis can be set in software as any angle between 0 and 90 degrees for diagonal movement.
The QUAD®, part of the new generation of Sutter Instrument motorized micromanipulators, is easy to use and features four independent axes. Each axis has a 25mm range of motion, a digital display of position and an ROE control.
The flagship in our line of precision micromanipulators, the motorized MP-285 is affordable yet offers advanced features found in manipulators costing thousands more.
The classic micromanipulator developed by Sir Huxley many years ago is still considered by many investigators to be the finest manual micromanipulator available.
Used in complex experiments in conjunction with our other micromanipulators, or as a stand alone unit in a teaching environment, the MM-33 is available separately for those wishing a small, practical instrument in applications not requiring submicron accuracy.
The NMN-25 features a thin driving unit for multi-channel recording. In addition, the placement of knobs in one direction enables several manipulators to be installed and operated close together without interfering with each other.
Drift and electromagnetic disturbance are critical problems in patch clamping work.