This sample preparation technique embeds the sample in epoxy, cuts through an area of interest and polishes that surface to a mirror finish so that the cross section can be examined by light microscopy or SEM. Useful in examining and measuring layered samples, looking for voids as well as many other FA applications.
Useful when you have a solid, liquid, gel, powder, fiber, or multiphase material of unknown origin that needs to be identified. By using a combination of microscopy techniques and in-house methods we are able to categorize your sample if not identify it specifically. Let us take the “un” out of your unknown.
Here is a list of a number of other services we provide and a brief description of each. Our capabilities here at MicroVision Labs are constantly expanding to keep up with our customers needs. If you can’t find what you need on this page, or else where on our site, please give us a call.
MicroVision Labs takes on many unique customer projects that require us to develop custom analytical methods utilizing our microscopy expertise to implement and interpret the data. We’ve handled everything from examining women’s lingerie for skin irritants to determining why all the hot water heaters in a town are prematurely corroding. Our consulting analytical microscopy service is ready to solve your problem.
When products or materials fail, many companies do not have the proper equipment, time, or expertise to investigate and resolve the situation internally. MicroVision Labs has provided failure analysis insight to a wide variety of industries (e.g. electronics, filter membranes, biomedical devices, polymers, metallurgy) for over 10 years. Let us help determine the cause of your product failure.