PT-SD111 40Mm Travel X Axis Manual Linear Stage,Translation Stage, Manual Optical Stage, Manual Positioning Stage, High Precision Stable Movemen, Manual Displacement Station,Manual Platform Optical Sliding Table

PT-SD111 40Mm Travel X Axis Manual Linear Stage,Translation Stage, Manual Optical Stage, Manual Positioning Stage, High Precision Stable Movemen, Manual Displacement Station,Manual Platform Optical Sliding Table

Item Number: PT-SD112 Travel Range: 80mm Actuator Type: Bevel Wheel & Rack Travel Guide: Dovetail Platform: 40mm × 100mm Parallelism: 50μm Straightness: 20μm Driving Parallelism:40μm Minimum Scale: 0.02mm Positional Accuracy: 5μm Minimum Adjust Distance: 5μm Pitching: 80” Yawing: 60″
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 PT-SD111 40Mm Travel X Axis Manual Linear Stage,Translation Stage, Manual Optical Stage, Manual Positioning Stage, High Precision Stable Movemen


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PT-SD111 40Mm Travel X Axis Manual Linear Stage,Translation Stage, Manual Optical Stage, Manual Positioning Stage, High Precision Stable Movemen, Manual Displacement Station,Manual Platform Optical Sliding Table


Product  specification 

Travel Range: 40mm

Actuator Type: Bevel Wheel & Rack

Travel Guide: Dovetail

Platform: 40mm × 60mm

Parallelism: 30μm

Straightness: 20μm

Driving Parallelism:30μm

Minimum Scale: 10μm/

Positional Accuracy: 35μm

Minimum Adjust Distance: 2μm

Pitching: 80”

Yawing: 60″

Material – Finish: Aluminum Alloy - Black-Anodized

Load capacity: 4Kgs

Weight: 0.07kgs


Product parameters


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Accuracy Specifications

1   Minimum Adjust Distance: 0.8μm

2   Max Velocity: 3mm/sec

3   Repeatability: 5μm

4   Absolute Accuracy: 15μm

5   Backlash: 4μm

6   Lost Motion: 3μ


Industry  knowledge about the microscope 

The imaging principle of a microscope 


When the object is in the front of the objective lens f-2f (F for the object focal length), then the twice times focal length of the objective image is formed to enlarge the inverted real. In the design of the microscope, this image falls within the eyepiece's 1 time-fold focal F1, the first image (middle image) magnified by the objective lens is once again magnified by the eyepiece, eventually forming an enlarged upright (relative middle) virtual in the object side of the eyepiece (the same side of the center image) and the apparent distance (250mm) of the human eye. Therefore, when we look at the microscope, we see the opposite of the image of the original object through the eyepiece (no additional conversion prism).

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