High precision components
for experiments with X-rays

Innovative components for experiments
with X-rays and electrons

Since the discovery of X-rays by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen in 1895, X-rays sources have been continuously developed and now provide a brilliance which was unimaginable at the time. These brilliant sources, such as latest generation synchrotrons and X-ray free electron lasers (XFELs), provide high intensity and highly coherent X-ray beams which can be focused into sub-micrometer spot sizes and thus allow performing new kinds of experiments. To make full use of the unique properties, new hardware with higher precision and scanning speeds is required.

At suna-precision, it is our mission is to develop this new hardware and offer it to our customers as highly reliable products. A special focus is the realization of experiments providing high scanning speeds and fast sample exchange with a high degree of automation and at minimal background scattering levels. More recently we have extended our efforts to the rising field of electron diffraction.