Analytical Technologies Singapore

Märzhäuser’s Micromanipulators are designed for users to perform the most precise work in µ range efficiently.

The manual micromanipulators are equipped with precise and stable cross roller bearings which still work without any noticeable wear after many years of intensive use. In contrast, the motorised model types of micromanipulator enable positioning free of vibrations.

Manual- MM 33

The most popular choice; MM 33 distinguishes itself by its optimized ergonomics. The control knobs for all three axes are arranged at the same level so that the MM 33 can be easily operated and managed within a very short time. Available with or without the tilting device. 

Manual- MD 4

MD 4 in its basic structure corresponds to the micromanipulator MM 33 with a second tool holder. This second tool holder not only can be operated independently in an X & Y axes, but it can also be swung and tilted with 2μm adjusting screws.

Manual- MMJ

MMJ has adjustment buttons & mechanical joystick for X-Y axis that allows movement within µm range. The Z-axis is equipped with a coarse and fine adjustment (10:1 ratio) that enables both quick tools for changing assembly as well as precise positioning.

Manual – HS6

The micromanipulator HS 6 is a micromanipulator with manual controls as well as a stepper motor driving mechanism in two or three axes (one axis on request). The HS 6 has a movement range 25mm in all 3 axes.

Motorised- SM 3.25

Radiant series are heavy duty lasers, they are designed to produce wavelengths across a board range through the UV,VIS & IR.