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Applied Scientific Instrumentation, Inc. - Eugene, OR
Manufacturer of precise closed-loop X-Y stages, Z drives, piezo stages, and other precision positioning equipment. Works directly with end users, as well as OEMs to provide stock products and custom solutions. Products are designed for long life under demanding applications.
Cargille Laboratories - Cedar Grove, NJ
Manufacturer of standard index/immersion liquids and sets, mounting media, custom liquids for optical engineering applications, and fiber optic and laser coupling/interfacing liquids. Provider of consulting, R&D, testing and calibration services.
Chroma Technology Corp. - Bellows Falls, VT
Manufacturer of optical filters and coatings for biomedical instruments and imaging systems, fluorescence microscopy, astronomy, space exploration and chemical analysis.
Max Levy Autograph, Inc., Sub. of II-VI Incorporated - Philadelphia, PA
Specializes in ultraprecision patterned components for the photonic, military/aerospace, semiconductor and metrology industries. Applications range from the x-ray out to infrared. Major manufacturing process capabilities include: photolithography, electroforming, photochemical etching, film...
Meadowlark Optics, Inc. - Frederick, CO
Manufacturer of standard and custom polarization control components and systems including polarizers, retarders, liquid crystal devices, polarimeters, SLMs and tunable optical filters. Customer applications include aerospace, defense, medical imaging and analysis, data storage, polarimetry,...
Optical Building Blocks Corp. - Birmingham, NJ
Designs, produces and markets state-of-the-art, electro-optical instrumentation used in institutions around the world for research, health care, industrial process and quality control, environmental science, as well as a variety of other applications.
PI (Physik Instrumente) L.P., Sub. of Physik Instrumente (PI) GmbH & Co. KG, Piezo Nano Positioning - Auburn, MA
PI employs more than 700 people and provides the broadest and deepest portfolio of precision motion technologies worldwide— from piezo ceramic actuators to hexapod 6-axis systems to air-bearing stages. Two of our products were selected for NASA’s Mars Rover Curiosity science lab due to...
Siskiyou Corporation - Grants Pass, OR
With over 40 years of experience, Siskiyou Corporation has more experience in the design and manufacture of high-precision catalog and custom optomechanical components than anyone else. We offer motorized and manual translation stages for simple assembly operations to applications demanding...
ACCU-SCOPE Inc. - Commack, NY
Accurion GmbH - Goettingen, Germany
Buehler Ltd., Sub. of Illinois Tool Works - Lake Bluff, IL
Chromaphor Analysen-Technik GmbH - Oberhausen, Germany
Clemex Technologies, Inc. - Longueuil, Canada
Crisel Instruments srl - Rome, Italy
Electron Microscopy Sciences - Hatfield, PA
EOLT Ltd. - Sofia, Bulgaria
EuroPhoton GmbH - Berlin, Germany
Geller Microanalytical Laboratory, Inc. - Topsfield, MA
Harrick Scientific Products, Inc. - Pleasantville, NY
Ladd Research Industries - Williston, VT
LECO Corp. - Saint Joseph, MI
Meiji Techno America, Sub. of Meiji Techno Co., Ltd. - Santa Clara, CA
Minitool, Inc. - Los Gatos, CA
Modulation Optics, Division of Navitar, Inc. - Rochester, NY
Motion X Corp. - Santa Barbara, CA
Nanosurf AG - Liestal, Switzerland
Olympus America Inc. - Center Valley, PA
Olympus Europa Holding GmbH, Medical Systems & Micro-Imaging Solutions Group - Hamburg, Germany
Omex Technologies, Inc. - Wheeling, IL
Optec, Inc. - Lowell, MI
Opto GmbH - Graefelfing, Germany
PhotoMed GmbH - Seefeld, Germany
Rapp OptoElectronic - Hamburg, Germany
Spectra Services, Inc. - Ontario, NY
Spectral Applied Research - Richmond Hill, Canada
TOFRA, Inc. - Palo Alto, CA
Vincent Associates - Rochester, NY
Vision Engineering Ltd. - Send, England
Vision Engineering, Inc. - New Milford, CT
XEI Scientific, Inc. - Redwood City, CA
Carl Zeiss Canada Ltd., Member of the Carl Zeiss Group - Don Mills, Canada
An instrument consisting essentially of a tube 160 mm long, with an objective lens at the distant end and an eyepiece at the near end. The objective forms a real aerial image of the object in the focal plane of the eyepiece where it is observed by...
Also known as ocular. The lens system used between the final real image in a visual optical system and eye. It acts as an image magnifier. Many types of eyepieces are known; e.g., the Huygens used in microscopes, the Ramsden in surveying...
A transparent optical component consisting of one or more pieces of optical glass with surfaces so curved (usually spherical) that they serve to converge or diverge the transmitted rays from an object, thus forming a real or virtual image of that...
1. With respect to radiation, a device used to attenuate particular wavelengths or frequencies while passing others with relatively no change. 2. See digital filter.
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