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Leica Microsystems wants to support your efforts to bring to market state-of-the-art devices and components at affordable prices. For device manufacturers, we can help you be innovative, so you continue to develop the latest cutting-edge technology and devices to stay ahead of the competition. For suppliers, we can help you with the need to provide better performing components, such as PCBs and semiconductor devices, to device manufacturers while maintaining competitive pricing.

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Leica LED5000 NVI

Leica LED5000 NVI

Extremely high-performance LED vertical illuminator for recesses and holes

Leica LED3000 DI

Leica LED3000 DI

Diffuse illumination with movable illumination shield

DM3 XL

DM3 XL

Inspection System for Microelectronics and Semiconductor

Leica XL Stand

Leica XL Stand

Modular stand allows inspection of large samples at high stereoscopic magnifications

Leica LED5000 MCI

Leica LED5000 MCI

Multi contrast illumination system with integrated arches for daylight quality

Leica LED5000 CXI

Leica LED5000 CXI

Coaxial Illumination System with integrated LED’s for observation of glossy surfaces

Microelectronics & semiconductor imaging solutions

Reliable, intuitive Leica imaging solutions can significantly improve speed and accuracy of your inspection and quality control (QC), as well as failure analysis (FA) and rework. Our imaging systems can contribute to cost-effective research & development (R&D) of devices and processes. In all cases, efficient and precise documentation are crucial.

Our global network of experts is ready to help you find the imaging solutions which fit best your needs among the range of configurations we have available.

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09. May 2019 How to create EDOF (Extended Depth of Focus) images

Watch this video to see how you can rapidly record sharp optical microscope images of samples with a large height variation. This is done with the…

09. May 2019 Automated topographic analysis with the Leica Map software

Watch this video to learn how you can save time when doing topographic analysis using the Leica Map software. The software allows you to go quickly…

26. March 2019 How to make a fast Z-stack

Save time for your 2D and 3D analysis. Watch this video to learn about the new user interface, LAS X.next, for the DVM6 digital microscope. The video…

06. March 2019 THUNDER Technology Note

So far, widefield microscopy was not suitable to image larger volumes, since the contrast of the recorded fluorescence image is reduced by the…

26. June 2018 What Does 30,000:1 Magnification Really Mean?

One important criterion concerning the performance of an optical microscope is magnification. This report will offer digital microscopy users helpful…

13. June 2018 3-Dimensional Imaging of Macroscopic Defects in Aluminum Alloys

The investigation of macroscale defects in aluminum (Al) alloys with a rapid 3-dimensional (3D) imaging approach is described in this report. Aluminum…

11. April 2018 Free Webinar On-Demand: Basics of Microscope Optics

Microscopy has become easier than ever before. Leica Microsystems offers state-of-the-art microscopes that allow to start microscopy work without a…

30. August 2017 Free Webinar On-Demand: Digital Microscopy in Earth Science

Classical polarized light (compound) microscopes can only be used for prepared samples, because the working distance they offer is insufficient for…

27. July 2017 Real Time Observation of Neutrophil White Blood Cell Recruitment to Bacterial Infection In Vivo

The zebrafish (Danio rerio) is an emerging vertebrate model organism to study infection. The transparent larva comprises a fully functional innate…

28. June 2017 Coming to Grips with Biological Information Through Flexible Organic Electronics: Developing Bendable and Stretchable Biosensors and Device

What do you associate with the word sensor? Perhaps technologies delivering automation in factories and other production sites? That may be what comes…