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  • Do you use the AC160 tapping mode probe?

    The AC160 is a fantastic AFM tapping mode probe from Olympus for those who do not know, and the most popular probe in our store for good reason. We're having a sale on it right now so it may be a good time to stock up. :) It offers several improvements over common tapping mode probes like the NC-series, TESP, and Tap300:

    • Front-set tip located at the very end of the cantilever makes it easy to precisely line up and land on your point of interest.
    • Vertical side walls enable easy probe gripping. This results in fewer dropped probes and less unwanted debris from chipping.
    • Tighter specification tolerances provide more consistent setup and results.

    From now until October 21 we're offering 15% off all AC160 purchases off our European and Americas sites. Use promo code 15OFFAC160 during checkout.

    Let us know if any questions!

    Probe store: https://afm.oxinst.com/outreach/asyl...rch-afm-probes
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