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  • Rapid Scanning Applications Drive Mirror Design (.pdf)
    CTI Chief Scientist David Brown has developed several scanning mirrors for high speed applications using a variety of substrate materials and various "lightweighting" approaches. The optimum method however is a design approach that integrates the mirror, its mounting, and the motor into a system
  • Figure Testing of 300 mm Zerodur Mirrors at Cryogenic Temperatures
    report on measurements of the surface figure changes of three Zerodur primary mirrors from room temperature to 130K, using a PhaseCam interferometer from 4D Vision Technologies, Inc. Although the mirror substrates were taking the from same melt and annealing, they did not perform equally
  • Good Adhesion of Glass or Mirrors to Plastic or Other Surfaces with Conformability and Load Shock Resistance - FM 2454 (.pdf)
    and humidity exposure. Rough or. irregular surfaces make it difficult to get good adhesive. contact with most carriers. Mirror Assembly. Substrates. Glass, mirrors, ABS, most common materials except. EPDM, rubber, and flexible PVC. Conditions. Die cut, usually hand applied. Results. •. Specially formulated
  • Medical Device Link .
    . The spectrometer collection setup had 16-cm 1 resolution, mirror velocity 5 Hz, 513 steps, and 20 images per step. A gold mirror was used for background collection, and the infrared imaging data were recorded over a 400- um-square area. Spatial specificity followed the absorption of the methyl group vibration
  • How to Tell If a Surface Is Coated, and Which Surfaces Are Coated
    of. the coating. It usually shows up as a difference in brightness or tint along a well-defined. borderline. Germanium, molybdenum and silicon are dark silvery, GaAs is a bit bluish, beryllium. is yellowish, copper is reddish gold, silver and aluminum are mirror-like, and gold is, well, gold. Conclusion
  • Global Solar Technology - Smart packages for CPV cell devices
    , dicing, pick and place,. etc.) for cost effective assembly. and encapsulation. In particular,. CPV does mirror the latest. HB LED technologies which. use semiconductor assembly. processes with new technology. developments to achieve low cost,. high volume production
  • MICRO: Product Extra!
    at near-normal incidence. This mirror survived exposure to more than 11 billion pulses (5 mJ/cm at repetition rates of up to 4 kHz) from an argon fluoride
  • Fast heat for fast food
    heating elements bonded to mirror-sized substrates can clear the surface of frost and moisture. When it comes to getting a lot of heat fast, it looks as though a thin layer of graphite may be better than ordinary heaters made with nichrome wire. This realization may soon transform the construction