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Sacha De’Angeli of Chemhacker has announced the release of version oh-point-one of ChemHackerSTM, a scanning and tunneling microscope (SMT).

I’ve gotten the scanning tunneling microscope built and working (well, 0.1 is just proof of concept). To celebrate and in anticipation of MakerFaire and Open Hardware Summit, I’m releasing all designs and source code using GPL3.0.

In the Maker Shed:
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2 thoughts on “ChemHacker’s DIY scanning-tunneling microscope up and running

  1. Did you ever get reliable data?
    Would you be willing to post a schematic and parts list?
    Im very interested in building my own.
    Nicholas

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