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.
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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