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Beam Expanders - (27 companies)
Optical Lens Assemblies - (144 companies)
No Image AvailableChilled Beams - (34 companies)...the ambient conditions to produce condensation. Standards. Chilled beam systems must adhere to certain standards to ensure proper design and functionality. BRE IP11/04 - Passive chilled beams installed in the perimeter of buildings can be highly effective... Learn More
Beams, Joists, and Wall Studs - (224 companies)...for wind. Typically, the design of continuous spans is based on the longest span so that, for example, the shortest span is not less than 50% of the longest span. Other specifications to consider when selecting rafters, beams and joists are moment, shear... Learn More
Ion Beam Guns and Electron Beam Guns - (64 companies)Ion beam guns and electron beam guns produce beams of electrons, ions or other particles for use in chemical and surface analysis, particle physics, resin curing or semiconductor manufacturing. How to Select Ion Beam Guns and Electron Beam Guns... Learn More
Beam Clamps - (52 companies)
Laser Beam Analyzers - (38 companies)Laser beam analyzers are used to determine the quality of a laser beam. Laser beam analyzers measure beam profile, average power, energy per pulse, frequency, and temporal pulse shape. Many laser beam analyzers are portable, enabling them to be used... Learn More
Electron Beam Welding Services - (43 companies)
Laser Optics, Heads, and Beam Delivery Components - (98 companies)
Product News for Beam Expander Design
American BOA, Inc.
Turbo Expander - Unique Expansion Joint nbsp;. American BOA has recently supplied a customer with a unique expansion joint for use on a high-pressure turbo expander. The expansion joint was used to isolate the nozzle of the turbo expander from thermal pipe growth in two planes, while also isolating the vibration generated by the expander on the balance of the piping system. Due to tight space constraints and low allowable loading conditions, the use of an in-line pressure balanced expansion joint was required. During the design... (read more)Browse Expansion Joints Datasheets for American BOA, Inc.
Device Technologies, Inc.
Protect-Fast™ Braided Wrap/Expander Sleeve Features and Benefits: Mil 202. FMVSS 302. Superior flexibility. Excellent abrasion resistance. Wire and Cable organizing. Material: PET monofilament. Service Temperature: -65 °C (-85 ° F) to 125 ° C (257 °F). Elongation: 20%. Flammability: IDEP(F)-V0. Colors: Black, White, Blue, Red, and Black and White Stripe. Applications: Telecommunications. Transportation. Theaters. Data Centers. Aero (read more)Browse Protective Sleeving Datasheets for Device Technologies, Inc.
Saint-Gobain Ceramics - Hexoloy® Products
Kiln Support Beams Increase Capacity Maximize Kiln Capacity and Productivity. Hexoloy® SiC kiln support beams offer true low mass design potential for high temperature furnace applications. The excellent strength of Hexoloy allows for reduction of beam cross-section by 50% versus traditional refractory SiC materials, without compromising load-carrying capability. Tunnel kiln retrofit enables addition of fifth deck, increases capacity by 25%. The tunnel kiln system used to process high alumina at 1520°C to 1540°C was retrofitted... (read more)Browse Industrial Ceramic Materials Datasheets for Saint-Gobain Ceramics - Hexoloy® Products
Ondrives.Us Corporation, formerly Rino Mechanical
The Step-Beam™ Coupling, Beam Couplings The Step-Beam ™ Coupling, Beam Couplings from Rino Mechanical Components, Inc. The Step-Beam ™ Coupling replaces stainless/aluminum beam couplings with lower cost, improved operation. Eliminated is wind up/ backlash found in most metal beam couplings. Has same torque ratings. Temperature -20deg. C to +140 deg. C. Molded from engineered polymers. Set screw and clamp fixing use metal to metal contact. Custom designs available. Please use the links to the right to inquire further, ask... (read more)Browse Flexible Couplings Datasheets for Ondrives.Us Corporation, formerly Rino Mechanical
Berg W.M., Inc.
Beam Couplings the customer that the couplings weren ’t sized correctly. W.M. Berg has the engineering experience to recognize customer requirements and design to them. Applications Where Beam Couplings Are Used. • Encoders. • Stepper Motors. • Precision Ball Screws. • Machine Tools. • Robotics. • Scientific Equipment. • Measuring Instruments. • Computers. • Servo Systems. • Optical Telescopes. • Defense Systems. • Medical Equipment... (read more)Browse Flexible Couplings Datasheets for Berg W.M., Inc.
Takex America, Inc.
Takex Anti-Crawl beams Takex Anti-Crawl beams are designed to be used in the highest security applications, such as Prisons, Military Compounds, Nuclear Facilities, or any other high risk sites where protection is paramount. These beams are designed to be used in conjunction with the Takex PBIN~HF beams, and offer a solution that will catch the most determined of intruders. Welcome to TAKEX America. TAKEX America, Inc. (formerly known as PULNiX Sensors, Inc.) is a World Leader in Security and Industrial... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Takex America, Inc.
Trap-It™ Beam Dumps beam dumps utilize a dual cone design to eliminate harmful radiation reflected out of the beam dump. 4.00" Trap-It ™ beam dump accommodates the largest diameter beams in the industry. (read more)Browse Laser Optics, Heads, and Beam Delivery Components Datasheets for KENTEK Corporation
Himmelstein, S. and Company
Series 10000 Precision Load Beams Himmelstein Load Beams are unique, very high precision, low cost force sensors. These temperature compensated strain gage transducers are well suited for most force and weight measurements either indoors or in protected outdoor locations. Measurement principle is strain gage and is compensated to eliminate temperature induced zero and span errors. Click on the following link to read more. (read more)Browse Force and Load Sensors Datasheets for Himmelstein, S. and Company
Trackball Designs Daco trackballs in particular have the added benefits of being extremely robust whilst providing an exceptionally smooth, free, linear action. These characteristics are the results of a design aimed at producing a "professional" quality device. In many trackballs the shafts of the encoders used to sense rotation are also used as two of the three supports for the ball. This design brings benefits in terms of cost and size but, inevitably, trackballs using it have some shortcomings... (read more)
...complicated diffraction patterns. whitepapers_08.indd Laser Beam Expander Theory. Diffraction. Improving Divergence. Perfect Gaussian Laser beams are often characterized by. The far field beam divergence defines the best collimation. a parameter known as beam divergence. Divergence...
...diffraction patterns. whitepapers_08.indd Laser Beam Expander Theory. Diffraction. Improving Divergence. Perfect Gaussian Laser beams are often characterized by. The far field beam divergence defines the best collimation. a parameter known as beam divergence. Divergence is the. for a given beam...
...positive focal length lenses. Both designs provide a certain angular magnification, called the Expander Power. The beam diameter is first increased in size by this power and then the beam divergence is reduced by the same power. This combination yields a beam that is not only larger, but one...
Tube Expander Eliminates Split Ends For difficult-to-expand tubing, Lakeview Equipment Inc.�s tube expander facilitates the expansion without splitting the ends. The Model 685H hot-jaw tubing expander features a threaded stop, permitting the width to be adjusted to customer requirements...
...about the mechanical axis, the line of sight will be deviated to sweep a conical trace rather than a plane. This will create an azimuthal error. An expansion of reference surface control by fixturing is illustrated in the fabrication of a beam expander assembly. This is an outstanding example...
Wall thicknesses of more than 250 um will need to use a 100 W laser, but even with the extra power we can still maintain identical kerf widths.". To help optimise the cutting process, the workstations include a motorised beam expander, a charged coupled device camera looking directly down...
Engineering Web Search: Beam Expander Design
Refractive Beam Expanders: Optipedia, Free optics information...
Figure 1 Galilean beam expander. Figure 2 Keplerian beam expander.
Reflective Beam Expanders: Optipedia, Free optics information...
Reflective Beam Expanders Excerpt from Optical Design Fundamentals for Infrared Systems, Second Edition
The Neutrino Factory and Muon Collider Collaboration (NFMCC)
International Design Study of the Neutrino Factory (IDS-NF).
Zoom lens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In addition, the afocal part of a zoom lens can be used as a telescope of variable magnification to make an adjustable beam expander.
Solar sail - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
using the German wikipedia Sonnensegel (Raumfahrt) article as a starting structure: basics, practical tests including history, components and design.
The Charged Beam Dumps for the International Linear Collider
requires 2 beam dumps per interaction region, each rated to 18MW of beam power, together with BASELINE ? WATER DUMP additional beam dumps for tuning
THPS050 Proceedings of IPAC2011, San Sebasti?n, Spain THE HIGH...
We have used the TraceWin code to design the beam optics throughout the high energy beam transport section in accordance with the design objectives.
LAB 3 ? Gaussian Beam Imaging Systems 1. Objectives This lab...
A. Align the laser beam along the optical rail (same procedure as lab1&2) ? Use the same laser you profiled in the Lab 2 B. Based on your pre-lab
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A comparison of the Cassegrain and other beam expanders in...
Quantum Electronics Item Title: A comparison of the Cassegrain and other beam expanders in high-power pulsed dye lasers Publisher Name: IEEE Country:
Toshiba America Electronic Components and Semiconductors
Design/IP/EDA Packaging Toshiba Fabs Resources Beam Loss Monitors(BLM) Imaging Solutions
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