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A micromanipulator has two extended “arms” located over a microscope stage. Each arm is controlled by a joystick-type device on both sides of the scope. Using the two arms, you can easily manipulate anything of small size under the scope.

A micromanipulator is a device used to physically interact with a sample through a microscope, where a level of accuracy of movement is important that cannot be achieved with human hands. Micromanipulators are usually used in conjunction with microscopes.

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Micromanipulators are used in conjunction with microscopes and are mainly used to physically interact with a sample under the scope, which requires a level of precision of movement that cannot be achieved manually.

  • Compact design
  • Silent functioning
  • Ultra-stable for long experiments
  • Super-smooth movement
  • Versatile configuration

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