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FT-NMT04 In-Situ Nanoindenter

Technology leader for in-situ testing


FT-NMT04 Nanomechanical Testing System for precise in-situ SEM/FIB material analysis.


FT-NMT04 nanoindenter for in-situ SEM/FIB material analysis.
FT-NMT04 nanoindenter for in-situ SEM/FIB material analysis with heating stage accessory.
FT-NMT04 nanoindenter for in-situ SEM/FIB material analysis with scratch test accessory.
Technician in cleanroom suit installing FT-NMT04 nanoindenter in a SEM.

The NMT04 NanoMechanical Testing System stands at the forefront of in-situ SEM/FIB nanoindentation technology. Leveraging FemtoTools' exclusive MEMS technology, it provides unmatched precision for analyzing materials on the micro- and nanoscale. 

With MEMS-based force sensors, the NMT04 boasts exceptional resolution, repeatability, and dynamic response. This system is ideal for nanoindentation of metals, ceramics, thin films, and micro-scale structures like metamaterials and MEMS. It features expandable capabilities via accessories for diverse research fields.
It excels in applications such as micro-compression testing, tensile testing of thin films or nanowires, and fracture testing of micro-beams. This provides precise quantification of plastic deformation, crack growth, and fracture toughness. Its compact design fits most commercial SEMs, enabling comprehensive correlative analysis with techniques like EBSD and EDX.

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Key Features

  • 01 Unmatched Dynamic Range
  • 02 True Displacement Control
  • 03 Open Measurement Frame
Close-up of a MEMS-based force sensor with high dynamic range and low noise floor.


Micro-Electro-Mechanical System (MEMS)-based force sensors have an unmatched dynamic range of up to 100 kHz, thanks to their exceptionally small mobile mass and high stiffness. Moreover, the fine fabrication tolerances of MEMS achieve the lowest possible noise floor, reaching down to 500 pN.

up to 100 kHz
Resonance frequency

down to 500 pN
Force noise floor


Graphs comparing engineering stress vs. strain under native displacement control and force control in mechanical testing.


Displacement-controlled nanoindentation is essential for measuring and comparing mechanical properties at consistent indentation depths, ensuring the probing of equivalent material volumes. 

Native displacement control
Control mode


Render of a nanoindenter aligned with an electron beam and EBSD detector.


The NMT04 is specially-designed to work seamlessly with Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) or Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (STEM) detectors inside the SEM. Its open measurement frame enables simultaneous observation and analysis of the evolution of the microstructure of the sample during mechanical testing.


Testing Modes

Micro-pillar after compression in an SEM showing shear plane development.
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Micro-Pillar Compression

In-situ micro-compression experiments in the SEM allow direct observation of plastic deformation during testing. Displacement control allows deformation to precise strains and preserves deformed structures for subsequent analysis.


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SEM image of an in-situ micro-cantilever test showing crack development for fracture analysis.
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Micro-Cantilever Testing

In-situ bending tests, using micro-cantilevers prepared by lithography or FIB, offer insight into materials’ performance under complex shear stress and fracture conditions – allowing direct crack path observation with stress-strain analysis under controlled displacements.


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SEM image of a post-fracture micro-tensile test specimen prepared by FIB.
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Micro-Tensile Testing

Tensile testing is the gold standard for assessing materials’ ductility and work hardening behavior. Micro-tensile testing extends this technique to the microstructural scale, facilitating the measurement of properties of individual phases, grains, or interfaces.


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Diagram of FemtoTools Nanoindenter configured for in-situ STEM analysis.
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Simultaneous Mechanical Testing with STEM/EBSD

FemtoTools SEM nanoindenters allow for real-time mechanical testing and microscopy (STEM/EBSD/DIC), capturing both crystallographic evolution and force reactions.


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SEM image of Berkovich indentations revealing mechanical properties of a material via nanoindentation.
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Nanoindentation assesses the local mechanical behavior of a material by pressing a sharp tip into its surface and measuring the force needed to create an indent. This technique measures local mechanical properties (including hardness, elastic modulus, strain rate sensitivity, and others) directly from the material's response.


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Close-up view of nanoindentation test with a glowing indenter tip during high-temperature testing.
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High-Temperature Testing

Temperature changes the mechanical behavior of materials. It is crucial for assessing operando mechanical properties, under conditions close to their target application. Using precision MEMS heating to achieve rapid temperature matching and thermal control, stable measurements can be performed even at high temperatures.


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Scratch test topography providing quantitative data on material hardness and wear resistance.
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Scratch Testing

Scratch is a critical method for assessing materials’ adhesion, hardness, and resistance to wear - especially for coatings. It provides quantitative data on material durability and performance by scribing a hard tip across the surface and measuring the required force and the resulting topography.


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Nanoindentation mapping of nodular cast iron structure, showing the usage of a hardness map obtained by nanoindentation a microscope.
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Mechanical Microscopy

Nanoindentation mapping, or mechanical microscopy, employs a nanoindenter in a microscope-like manner. It enables the mapping of mechanical properties of intricate microstructures in minutes, thanks to the integration of rapid indentation speeds and precise spatial resolution.


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Correlative mechanical microscopy images overlaying mechanical and elemental data.
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Correlative Mechanical Microscopy

Correlative mechanical microscopy merges nanoindentation with additional microscopy methods. This integration of various data layers enables precise phase identification by including elemental or crystallographic analysis in the mechanical measurement.


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Example of strain rate dependent testing by strain rate jump analysis (SRJ).
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Strain-Rate Control

Time, like temperature, is a key parameter for materials deformation. Speed determines the active deformation mechanism. Strain-rate control during testing achieves the most consistent results and allows exploring the material's response from creep to impact, even within a single indent.


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Application notes

In-Situ, High Temperature Microcompression of Silicon

Strain Rate and Nanoindentation

Nano-Scratch Testing of Thin Films

Automated, Statistical Microcompression Testing


  • 01 High-Temperature Module
  • 02 Scratch Testing Module
  • 03 Rotation Stage Module
  • 04 Nano-Tensile Testing Chip
  • 05 Microforce Sensing Probes
  • 06 Two-Axis Microforce Probes
  • 07 High-Temperature Probes

High-temperature module attached to a nanoindenter, for mechanical testing up to 800°C.

High-Temperature Module

The high-temperature module enables mechanical testing, such as nanoindentation, micro-pillar compression, micro-cantilever bending, micro-tensile testing at controlled temperatures up to 800°C. In combination with our microforce sensing probes featuring tip heating, controlled isotherm testing is possible.


Exchangeable piezo-module attached to a nanoindenter for nano-scratch and tribology testing.

Scratch Testing Module

Combining an exchangeable sample stage with a piezoscanner and a FemtoTools 2-Axis Microforce Sensing Probe enables advanced techniques, such as nano-scratch and nano-wear testing, as well as SPM imaging, by facilitating the in-plane movement of the sample while simultaneously applying a normal force.


Rotary stage for aligning samples with an indenter for efficient multiple-sample testing.

Rotation Stage

The rotation stage permits the rotary alignment of samples to the indenter tip, making it possible to test multiple samples in one session by using the rotation stage as a sample revolver. Additionally, it simplifies correlative nanomechanical testing by allowing the sample to be rotated easily between the indentation and imaging positions.

*Currently not available in the USA and Japan.



MEMS-based tensile testing chip on nanoindenter for samples suitable for STEM and TKD imaging.

Nano-Tensile Testing Chip

This MEMS-based Tensile Testing Chip consists of a movable body that is suspended by four flexures within an outer, fixed frame. It enables the tensile testing of samples thin enough to be electron-transparent, allowing for simultaneous imaging with Scanning Transmission Electron Microscopy (STEM) or Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction (TKD).



FT-S Microforce Sensing Probe, versatile in measuring forces with various tip options.

Microforce Sensing Probes

The FT-S Microforce Sensing Probes are sensors capable of measuring forces from sub-nanonewton to 2 newtons along the sensor’s probe axis. They are available with a wide variety of tip materials and geometries, including diamond Berkovich, cube corner, flat punch, wedge, conical, and more. Specialized versions, featuring 2-axis force sensing or tip heating, are also available.


FT-S Two-Axis Microforce Sensing Probe for nano-scratch, nano-tribology, and nano-wear testing.

Two-Axis Microforce Sensing Probes

The FT-S Two-Axis Microforce Sensing Probes are Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) based multi-axis microforce sensors capable of simultaneous measuring forces in the two in-plane directions. The primary application for these sensors is nano-scratch, nano-tribology and nano-wear testing.


FT-S High-Temperature Microforce Sensing Probe with integrated tip heater for isothermal testing.

High-Temperature Microforce Sensing Probes

The  FT-S High-Temperature Microforce Sensing Probes are Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) based microforce sensors capable of measuring forces from 200mN to 2 µN. Furthermore, with the monolithically integrated tip heater, the temperature of the nanoindenter tip can be accurately matched to the temperature of the sample, enabling isothermal testing conditions.



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