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  • Kinetic Mirror Mounts
Apr 2005
OptoSigma Corp.Request Info
Smooth, Accurate Adjustment
SANTA ANA, Calif. -- Kinematic mounts provide economical precision mounting of mirrors. The 100 TPI fine adjustment screws ensure smooth, accurate adjustment over the angular range. The firm spring design of the mount ensures long, stable mounting of optical components in your system.

OptoSigma offers a complete line of kinematic mounts and adapters. When assembled together, they meet the precision requirements of many optical systems. Mounts are available in versions that mount 12.7, 25, 25.4, 30, 50, 50.8, 100 and 101.6-mm diameter optics. The design of these mounts allows the user to configure a system as post- or base-mounted.

The product line includes adapters for mounting additional diameter optics, prisms and cube beamsplitters. A simple rod adapter converts the kinematic mirror mount into a horizontal tip-tilt stage. Using the tip-tilt configuration, the user can insert the 45-degree mirror mount and the prism and cube beamsplitter mounts for beam-steering applications. This flexibility of the kinematic mirror mount family is extremely convenient in meeting the variety of laboratory and industrial requirements.

For more information, visit:; e-mail:

OptoSigma Corp.
2001 Deere Ave.
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Phone: (949) 851-5881
Fax: (949) 851-5058


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