EBSD analytics implemented for the first time in a tabletop SEM-EDX

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We recently supported Bruker Nano with the world's first commissioning of a compact EBSD system on our Coxem Tabletop SEM-EDX. Thanks to good preparation, the installation went smoothly and after just one hour we were able to record the first EBSD mappings. For Bruker and Coxem, this test represents an important step towards commercializing EBSD technology for SEM-EDX desktop devices.

We are hiring: laboratory technician or laboratory assistant (m / f / d)


RJL Micro & Analytic GmbH is a leading provider of testing services in the field of residual dirt analysis and X-ray microtomography. At our location in Karlsdorf-Neuthard we have been serving interesting customers from research and industry since 1998.

We are immediately looking for a committed laboratory technician or laboratory assistant (m / f / d) full-time or part-time (80%) to handle administrative tasks and activities in the test laboratory.

Sand in the gearbox - abrasive minerals invisible in contaminant particles?


It is often surprising for our customers if we find hard mineral particles on their components during residual dirt analysis. Customers ask: "How can that be? We were not able to determine anything in our own cleanliness tests. ”The question of contamination from hard minerals is so important because these particles have an abrasive effect and thus massively damage mechanical systems such as gears and motors.

Filmic contamination leads to gearbox failure

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The determination of technical cleanliness according to VDA-19.1 and ISO-16232 has become an integral part of quality control and error analysis - because the cleanliness of components is crucial for the quality and error-free functioning of the product. In addition to particles, film contamination is a problem, as the following example from quality assurance in the production of electrical drive systems shows.

MicroQuick recognized in ISO-16232 and VDA 19.1


In December 2018, the revised quality standard ISO-16232 "Road vehicles-cleanliness of components of fluid circuits" was published. This international standard for the cleanliness analysis of automotive parts complies with the regulations of VDA 19.1, in whose development RJL Micro & Analytic GmbH was significantly involved. We are particularly pleased that our MicroQuick particle scanner meets this standard as the standard for cleanliness analysis [...]

BNN reports on RJL Micro & Analytic


A few weeks ago, Badische Neue Nachrichten offered us the opportunity to publish a company portrait in their series "Secret Stars" for the Bruchsaler edition. In this series, BNN introduces various companies in the economic region of Bruchsal and offers citizens a look behind the scenes of the companies. Who wonders what's up with the [...]