Stereo microscopes and macroscopes from Leica Microsystems enable you to view, analyze and document your specimens in two and three dimensions.
When combined with crisp LED illumination, high-performance digital cameras and easy-to-use Leica Application Suite software, these imaging systems provide powerful solutions for precise analysis and documentation.
Whether you need research, laboratory, educational or industrial stereo microscopes, Leica Microsystems provides customized packages for your specific application.
The THUNDER Imager Model Organism allows fast and easy 3D exploration of whole organisms for developmental or molecular biology research.
Transmitted Light Bases
Greenough Stereo Microscopes S series
Encoded stereo microscopes
(Semi)-automated fluorescence stereo microscopes
Stereo microscope for college and university education with 8x to 35x magnification, 7-way LED illumination, and integrated camera
Extremely high-performance LED vertical illuminator for recesses and holes
Diffuse illumination with movable illumination shield
Simple LED transmitted illumination
Accurate and Reproducible Results
Routine stereo microscopes
Industrial Stereo Microscopes for Production
Manual 16:1 Macroscope for detailed documentation, measurement and evaluation
Manual 6:1 Macroscope for detailed Documentation, Measurement and Evaluation
Modular stands for handling larger samples
Modular stand allows inspection of large samples at high stereoscopic magnifications
Mobile floor stand for inspection of large samples
Transmitted Light Base For Brightfield and Darkfield Applications Absorbs Shock and Vibrations for High Quality Imaging
Motorfocus system for stereomicroscopes
Accurate Microscope-stage for Temperature Sensitive Samples
Stereo microscope for beginners in college and university education with 8x to 35x magnification and 7-way LED illumination
Fluorescence stereomicroscope accessory
Integrated LED Ring Light for Leica M-series Stereo Microscopes
Multi contrast illumination system with integrated arches for daylight quality
LED Spotlight Illuminator with Gooseneck
Coaxial Illumination System with integrated LED’s for observation of glossy surfaces
Compact LED Ring Illuminator for Uniform Illumination
LED Multi Contrast Illumination for Routine Stereo Microscopes
Near vertical LED illumination system
Integrated LED Incident and Transmitted Illumination Stand
Integrated LED Incident Illumination Stand Provides High Quality
Compact System Provides High Quality
LED cold light source for routine / lower magnification applications
Use Leica stereo microscopes in industry, research, laboratories or educational institutions – wherever you view, examine and document your specimens in three dimensions.
Different applications make different demands of a stereo microscope. We identify customers‘ needs and take them as the basis for our product development. Thanks to the modular design of our stereo microscopes, we can provide a customized solution for any application imaginable.
Our stereo microscopes adapt to their users, not the other way round! Invest in ergonomical workstations for fatigue-free work and greater productivity. Our comprehensive ergonomy program enables every user to match their Leica stereo microscope to their individual size and the way they work.
Leica Macroscopes are among the most precise on the market. They are used for a wide variety of applications in industry, medicine and research.
Leica Macroscopes with apochromatic 16:1 zoom offer not only exceptional optics but also top-level operational convenience. Together with the new Leica Application Suite software they enable first-class documentation and analysis of the image material. Thanks to the unique modularity of our automated macroscopes, you can adapt the instrument to your individual needs and routines.
We have designed the first macroscope with fluorescence technology. This innovation brings you excellent results: maximum field depth and color fidelity guarantee superlative imaging precision.
THUNDER imager family enables users to decode 3D biology in real-time*
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Stereomicroscopes offer the great advantage of providing a three dimensional view of the sample. This is vitally important for understanding or inspecting microscopic structures, their spatial extent and nature. Stereomicroscopes are therefore indispensable in a huge number of applications ranging from industrial production, quality control and materials research to forensics, biotechnology, genetics and nearly all areas of biomedical research. Modern stereomicroscopes are based on a modular design, allowing them to be configured for individual applications and tailored to the ergonomic needs of the user.
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www.mmsa.net/Mining and Metallurgical Society of America (MMSA)
www.mrs.orgMaterials Research Society (MRS)
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