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  • Introducing the EDAX EDS Powered by Gatan
    Introducing the EDAX EDS Powered by Gatan
  • EDAX Adds Velocity Pro to its EBSD Camera Series
    Introducing the Velocity Pro EBSD Camera
  • Clarityโ„ข EBSD Analysis System
    Introducing the Clarityโ„ข EBSD Analysis System
  • Lambda WDS Analysis System
    Now Available!
  • APEXโ„ข Software for EBSD
    Now Available!
  • APEX software
    APEXโ„ข Software for EDS
  • Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy
    Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy
  • Micro-XRF analysis of precious artifacts


EDAX is a leading provider of innovative materials characterization systems encompassing Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS), Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD), Wavelength Dispersive Spectrometry (WDS), Micro X-ray Fluorescence (Micro-XRF), and X-ray Metrology.

EDAX products include stand alone tools, integrated tools for EDS-EBSD, EDS-WDS, and EDS-EBSD-WDS, and a free-standing Micro-XRF bench-top elemental analyzer providing small and micro-spot X-ray analysis and mapping.

EDAX develops the best solutions for micro- and nano-characterization, where elemental and/or structural information is required, making analysis easier and more accurate.

EDAX designs, manufactures, distributes and services products for a broad range of industries, educational institutions and research organizations.


Read Dr. Renรฉ de Kloe's latest EDAX Blog post, "Home Sweet Home"
Check out the latest EDAX Blog post, “Home Sweet Home”

Dr. René de Kloe makes some interesting discoveries when he analyzes a garden snail shell.


A scientist at AMOLF using the Clarity EBSD Analysis System.
AMOLF Working with the EDAX Clarity To Better Understand Solar Cell and LED Materials

AMOLF is working with the EDAX Clarity EBSD Analysis System to get a better understanding of materials that can be used in solar cells and LEDs. The Clarity has provided AMOLF with a significant improvement in sensitivity compared to traditional EBSD systems with a phosphor screen.


Read the latest EDAX Blog post, โ€œDisorientedโ€
Read the latest EDAX Blog post, “Disoriented”

Dr. Stuart Wright tries to clear up some of the confusion regarding terms used to describe the difference in crystallographic orientation between two crystal lattices.