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  • Using Linear Shaft Motors in Motorized Microscope Stages
  • Using Linear Shaft Motors in Motorized Microscope Stages
  • Factors to Consider When Choosing a Crossed Roller Bearing (.pdf)
    it's wafer positioning for the efficient manufacture of ICs, pick and place, vision inspection, parts transfer, a microscope stage under computer control or precise vertical movements, linear bearings have had to evolve rapidly in order to carry heavier loads, take up less space and be reliably precise.
  • Improving Motion Positioning With Dual-Loop Control and Scurve
    Microscope x-y stages need fast, smooth, and accurate motion for highest performance. In addition, we want to use the most cost effective hardware that can get the job done. What control techniques are available to achieve these goals?. The diagram on page two shows an all-in-one motion card design
  • MICRO: Product Extra!
    iC atomic force microscope (AFM) upgrade kit supports Veeco Dimension-series scanning probe microscopes, which accommodate large samples such as 300-mm wafers. The stage offers a scanning range of 100 X 100 um. The upgrade kit brings subnanometer accuracy and excellent scan linearity to existing
  • Precision moves with pint-sized motors
    Innovative actuators and stages based on piezoelectric materials give superfine motion in a compact package. A typical use for PZT actuators is in the precision positioning of microscope objectives. The MIPOS 500 stage (top) from Piezosystem Jena Inc. is one example of a device designed
  • Near Field Imaging of a Laser Diode Using Scanning Method
    resolution was approximately 1 um. The measurement setup was constructed on Newport AutoAlign8000 alignment system, which consists of two motion stage stacks and a stationary center post. Beam profiling was achieved by using a high magnification microscope objective and scanning a detector with a pinhole
  • Medical Device Link .
    compatible, however, either critical-point drying or a cold stage can be used to observe the sample. Nonconducting samples can be coated with a thin layer of carbon or precious metal in a thermal vacuum evaporator or plasma sputter-coater. Another type of scanning electron microscope

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  • Basic Microscope Techniques
    FIBER OPTICS Illumination of a microscope stage by "cold light" can be achieved with a flexible fiber-optic accessory by piping the cold light from a distant source to a biological specimen under study.
  • Handbook Of Biological Confocal Microscopy
    Maintaining Tissue Health on the Microscope Stage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Practical Manual of In Vitro Fertilization
    Unlike incubators, which keep temperatures fairly constant provided doors are not opened, temperatures of warming trays and microscope stages fluctuate with the laboratory environment.
  • Cell Migration
    Cell culture dish: When using chamber slides on a micro- scope stage , beware of “edge” effects when using phase microscopy.
  • Cell Imaging Techniques
    Mount chamber onto the microscope stage and immediately begin rinsing cells for 10–15 min with standard external solution to remove excess Fura-2AM.
  • Metallographer’s Guide: Practices and Procedures for Irons and Steels
    Also, as described subsequently, all metallurgical microscope stages have a third, up-and-down z-motion that is used for coarse and fine focus of the specimen.
  • Developmental Biology Protocols
    Preparing the embryo for culture: With a spoon, gently transfer the blastoderm and vitelline membranes to a sterile glass Petri dish containing sterile saline, and place this dish on the microscope stage .
  • Confocal Microscopy Methods and Protocols
    It may not be possible to keep the specimen alive on the microscope stage , or the phenomenon of interest may not be accessible to the objective lens or the speci- men may not physically fit on the stage of the microscope.