After working together with FMB Oxford (https://www.fmb-oxford.com) we are happy to announce that the final design of the X-ray optics components has been approved. The next step is now manufacturing and assembly of the various components FMB Oxford factory. When the units are ready they are tested at the factory. Pending succesfull tests they will
The contract for the X-ray optics for the beamline was awarded to FMB Oxford Ltd. FMBO will deliver all of the optical components in the beamline and parts of the radiation safety equipment. The preliminary design is ongoing and the components will be delivered in the fall of 2019.
The specifications for the X-ray optics for DanMAX has been finalised and the call for tender has just been published. You can find the call for tender on Tenders Electronics Daily: http://ted.europa.eu/TED/notice/udl?uri=TED:NOTICE:93496-2018:TEXT:EN:HTML
Yesterday the DanMAX 3m long in-vacuum undulator arrived at MAX IV after a long trip from Hitachi Metal Ltd. in Japan. Today it has been unboxed and we were able to get a first look. Once installed the undulator will deliver the most brilliant X-ray beam at MAX IV. Before shipping the undulator went through
We are very excited to invite all future users to the 3rd DanMAX Users Meeting. The main aim of the meeting is to discuss the science you want to do once DanMAX is operational. Besides this we will give you an update on the DanMAX project and discuss some of the more practical issues,
The front end for DanMAX has been ordered. Toyama will deliver the front end to safely handle the extremely powerful beam from the IVU16 undulator. The front end will be delivered in the spring of 2017.
The 3 m long in vacuum undulator (IVU16) for DanMAX has been ordered. Hitachi Metals Europe GmbH will deliver the device which will be the most powerful undulator source at MAX IV. The undulator will be delivered in the fall of 2017.