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Bruker Dektak XT Stylus Profiler

Bruker Dektak XT Stylus Profiler

Bruker Dektak XT Stylus Profiler

The new standard in Stylus Profilometry

Bruker NanoSurfaces

The Dektak XT stylus profiler features a revolutionary design that enables unmatched repeatability of under four angstroms (<4Ã…) and up to 40% improved scanning speeds.


This major milestone in stylus profiler performance is the culmination of forty years of Dektak brand innovation and industry leadership. The remarkable breakthroughs incorporated in this tenth-generation Dektak system enable the critical nanometer-level film, step and surface measurements that will power future advances in the microelectronics, semiconductor, solar, high-brightness LED, medical, scientific and materials science markets.


Unmatched performance and better than 4Ã… repeatability

The Dektak XT features an innovative single-arch design that delivers breakthrough platform stability. This is combined with leading-edge "smart electronics" that establish a new low-noise benchmark for stylus profiling. Finally, the Dektak XT's new hardware configuration offers 40% shorter collection times than prior generations.


Unprecedented efficiency and ease of use

The Dektak XT is equipped with Bruker's intuitive Vision64 user interface, which simplifies workflow and operation to make the profiler easier than ever to use for advanced analysis. In addition, the system's self-aligning styli enables effortless tip exchange, while the profiler's single sensor design enables the widest range of capabilities in a single platform.


Incomparable value from the world leader in stylus profilers

In addition to premier performance in an affordable package, the Dektak XT is available with the full complement of accessories to extend versatility and tailor the system to your specific application.


For further information please contact us or download the datasheet.


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