Founded in 1991 by a group of managers and engineers from Tesla with its electron microscopy history starting in the 1950’s, today TESCAN is a globally renowned supplier of Focused Ion Beam workstations, Scanning Electron Microscopes and Optical Microscopes. TESCAN’s innovative solutions and collaborative nature with its customers have won it a leading position in the world of nano- and microtechnology.
In 2019, TESCAN launched their new Generation IV series of SEMs and FIB-SEMs to the global marketplace. These state-of-the-art systems provide the most advanced capabilities and quality performance for sample preparation.
TESCAN USA, Inc. is the North American arm of TESCAN ORSAY HOLDINGS, a multinational company established by the merger of Czech company TESCAN, a leading global supplier of SEMs and Focused Ion Beam workstations, and French company ORSAY PHYSICS, a world leader in customized Focused Ion Beam and Electron Beam technology.
TESCAN continuously develops advanced products creating a competitive advantage for its customers. As a result, TESCAN’s instrumentation and innovative solutions have won it a leading position in the world of nano- and micro-technology.
The company is focused on research, development and the manufacturing of equipment in the following:
TESCAN Announces the Next Generation TESCAN TIMA to Support Earth Science Studies and Industrial Mineral Processing
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TESCAN TIMA: A Dedicated Solution for Automated Mineralogical Analysis Requirements
Multi-Resolution Micro-CT System - TESCAN CoreTOM
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