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“Mountains® from home” offer extended

Back in April, at the beginning of the global health crisis, we decided to offer our customers an extra time-limited license to use at home (or any...

How to switch from SPIP™ to MountainsSPIP®

MountainsSPIP® 8 is the next generation of SPM image analysis software, based on the industry-standard Mountains® platform and including all the be...

Webinar: best practices for 3D reconstruction of 2D SEM images

Join us for a free webinar on the best practices for 3D reconstruction of Scanning Electron Microscope images. In this webinar, you'll learn about ...

Perform particle analysis on microscopy images

Particle analysis is used by microscopists across many fields of industry and research ranging from quality control of structured materials (metal,...

5 things to know about contour profile analysis

The Contour Analysis study in Mountains® allows users to calculate and show distances, angles, radii etc. on a measured profile and check for devia...

Webinar: Contour analysis with Mountains® software

Join us for a free webinar demonstration of basic geometric dimensioning and tolerancing of contour profiles using Mountains® surface analysi...

Digital Surf on-site operations resume

We would like to inform our customers and partners that part of the Digital Surf team are today resuming on-site operations and that our head offic...

Oxford Instruments and Digital Surf announce the launch of Relate software

Press release: launch of Relate Software for qualitative and quantitative data correlation between electron microscope spectrometry (EDS, EBSD and ...

Mountains® 8.1 has been released

The Digital Surf team is excited to release version 8.1 of our Mountains® surface and image analysis software. With this new version, users can ...

Mountains® 8.1 coming soon to an instrument near you

Mountains® 8.1 is on the horizon and due to be released late spring 2020. This latest version makes upcoming ISO 21920 profile parameters available...

How to perform 3D Fourier analysis using Mountains®

The Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) is used in many fields of science and engineering and allows visualization of the frequencies (wavelengths) of a s...

Working from home during COVID-19 lockdown? We have solutions.

During this challenging time, it is paramount to us to help Mountains® software customers and those trying out the software to continue to work as ...