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MFP-3D Origin+ AFM

The MFP-3D Origin+ features high performance and extensive capabilities at a price competitive with most low-cost AFMs. The MFP-3D Origin+ is an extremely versatile and high performance research AFM ready for almost any field of research. It features the same core performance as the MFP-3D Origin but includes support for the complete range of innovative MFP-3D accessories. This makes it a tremendous value at a low price point where other AFMs often lag with lackluster performance and highly limited feature sets.

  • The highest performance and most capable AFM at this low price point
  • Full range of imaging modes and accessories
  • Rugged, reliable design makes it great for busy labs
  • Simple to use without sacrificing experimental flexibility
  • Customer support that is unmatched in the industry


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The highest performance and most capable AFM at this low price point

  • High-resolution imaging in both air and fluid — 120 µm XY range and 15 µm Z (40 µm optional)
  • Accurate, lowest-noise force measurements
  • Modern flexured and sensored scanner design makes the AFM easier to use and improves measurement accuracy
  • Large sample stage makes navigation easy 
  • Engage and scan—quickly, easily, and reliably
  • Rugged, reliable design makes it great for busy labs

Full range of imaging modes and accessories

  • Full suite of nanomechanical characterization modes available for measuring viscoelastic properties (storage/elastic modulus and loss modulus)
  • Unmatched range of nanoelectrical and electromechanical characterization modes
  • Numerous environmental accessories for temperature control
  • Controlled gas or liquid environment options that are simple, safe, and effective
  • Unique accessories for applying external forces to a wide range of samples

Simple to use without sacrificing experimental flexibility

  • SmartStart™ automatically detects and configures system components to get results quickly
  • ModeMaster™ automatically configures software for selected mode
  • GetReal™ automatically calibrates the cantilever spring constant and sensitivity
  • GetStarted™ automatically sets optimal parameters for tapping mode imaging

Support that is unmatched in the industry

  • Includes a standard one-year comprehensive warranty
  • No-charge technical support and expert applications support for life
  • Extended warranty and repair costs are the lowest in the industry
  • Easy upgrade path to the MFP-3D Infinity

Included Operating Modes

Contact mode
DART PFM
Dual AC™
Dual AC Resonance Tracking (DART)
Electrostatic Force Microscopy (EFM)
Force curves
Force Mapping Mode (force volume)
Force modulation
Frequency modulation
Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy (KPFM)
Lateral Force Mode (LFM)
Loss tangent imaging
Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM)
Nanolithography
Nanomanipulation
Phase imaging
Piezoresponse Force Microscopy (PFM)
Switching spectroscopy PFM
Tapping mode (AC mode)
Tapping mode with digital Q control
Vector PFM

Optional Operating Modes

AM-FM Viscoelastic Mapping Mode
Contact Resonance Viscoelastic Mapping Mode
Conductive AFM (CAFM) with ORCA™ and Eclipse™ Mode
High voltage PFM
iDrive™ (magnetically actuated tapping mode in fluid)
Scanning Microwave Impedance Microscopy (sMIM)
Scanning Thermal Microscopy (SThM)
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM)
Ztherm™ Modulated Thermal Analysis 

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