February 2014/ edition 2
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Visit us at the APS March Meeting and get first-hand info on our latest product innovations! Meet us at booth # 807
and join our user meeting next Monday, March 3rd, giving you the most interesing insights into newest PRFM &
optical microscopy measurements!

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The world‘s first cryogenic closed loop scanning probe microscopes

attocube proudly presents the first closed loop scan system which also operates at cryogenic temperatures. Based on the attoFPSensor, the system reaches a resolution of less than 1 nm!  The closed loop scan systems completely eliminates
the hysteresis inherent to any piezo-based scanners.  Additionally, the attoDRY LAB
product range features an increased scan range from previously 30 µm to now
125 µm @ 4 K (compared to formerly 30 micron). Moreover, the smart mechanics of the new alignment-free AFM head minimizes the time needed for a AFM tip exchange to now less than 2 min.

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attoDRY2100 featuring continuous 1.5 K operation

Our range of toploading, dry low vibration cryostats has been extended by the
brand new attoDRY2100.

The cryogen-free attoDRY2100 offers a continuous base temperature of 1.5 K,
a fully automated gas handling & temperature control from 1.5 K to 300 K,
a measured temperature stability of less than +/- 2 mK at base temperature,
and your choice of superconducting magnet.

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hexaCUBE - attocube's next generation 6D positioning platform

Live on display: our 6D multi-axis motion solution with an innovative assembly
of highest precision ball joints and linear bearings.

The extremely stiff design, long travel ranges, stunning accuracy, and nanometer repeatability make it one of the most precise motion systems currently available
on the market.

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Corrigendum: Imaging of a Skyrmion lattice in the attoDRY1000

The application note M40 has been corrected and additional information amended. The sample for this study
was supplied by A. Bauer and C. Pfleiderer, Technical University of Munich.

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attoACADEMY@APS – meet the SPM experts

Sign up for our user meeting at APS next week, Monday, March 3rd. We have invited distinguished guest speakers,
giving you the most exciting insights into the newest PRFM and optical microscopy measurements!

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